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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 

Office of the Register of Copyrights, 

Washington, D. C. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES. 



VOL. 14. 
January 3-April 2, 1898. 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 

1898. 



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Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary. 

Division of Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 

Office ofthe Register of Copyrights, 

Washington, D. C. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSLT OF TWO COPIES. 



Vol. 14, No. 1. 
Whole Ao. 340— January 3-8, 1898. 



CONTEXTS. 



I. Books: Page. 

(1) Books proper 5 

(2) Miscellaneous 12 

(3) Newspaper and Magazine arti- 

cles 16 

II. Dramatic Compositions 19 

III. Periodicals 19 

IV. Musical Compositions and Collec- 

tions of Music 28 

V. Maps and Charts 55 

VI. Engravings. Cuts, and Prints 56 

Vll. Chromos and Lithographs 58 



Page. 
VIII. Photographs , 58 

IX. Fine Arts (a list of the photographs 
deposited with applications for copy- 
right of paintings, drawings, stat- 
uary, and models or designs intended 
to he perfected as works of the fine 

arts) 

X. Miscellaneous (a heading designed 
to contain titles for deposits not 
included in the above classes) 

XI. Index of Copyright Proprietors — 



60 



60 



WASHIXGTOX: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 

1898. 



I EXPLANATION.— The author and title are arranged alphabetically tinder ten rubrics, as shown in the 
table of contents, and are folloioed by one index of proprietors.] 

I. BOOKS .-(1) BOOKS PROPER. 

Arranged alphabetically by authors. Collections of music will be found under "IV. Musical 
Compositions." For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue. 



Authors. 



Abbott (W. H.). Heraldry illustrated, being a short 
account of the origin and history of heraldry. 8°. 
New York: Bureau of heraldry, [n. d.] (63078. 
Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 1 

Adeney ( W. F.). The New Testament story. See Bible 
(The) story retold. 

Aksakof (Mons. A.). A case of partial deniaterializa- 
tion of the body of a medium. Investigation and 
discussion. Translated from the French by Tracy 
Gould. 12°. Boston: Banner of light pub. co., 
1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 2 

Annual price list, 1898, of Whitall, Tatum & co., 
[n. i.] (55265. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 3 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Argus (The) almanac 1898, also a political register and 

book of facts. 12°. Albany, N. Y., Argus co., v. 1, 

1 no. 1, Jan., 1898. (1898, no. 3857. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 

4 

Atlanta Journal almanac for 1898. A volume of statis- 
tical, official, agricultural, historical, state, national, 
and general information. A political register and 
book of facts. 12°. Atlanta, Ga., Atlanta Journal, 
v. 1. no. 1, Jan., 1898. (1898, no. 4101. Rec'd Jan. 8, 
1898.) 5 

Aubery (Cullen B.). Twenty-five years on the streets 
of Milwaukee, after dark." 12 c . [n. i.] (1898, no. 
115. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 6 

Barringer (D. M.). A description of minerals of com- 
mercial value. 1st ed. 8°. New York, John Wile v 
sons, 1897. (67646. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 7 

Bates (H. N., compiler). A treatise on finger control, 
with calisthenic and practical drills. 8°. Boston: 
Geo. A. Winchester, [n. d.] (1898, no. 422. Rec'd 
Jan. 8, 1898.) 8 

Beck with (George). Beckwith's almanac 1898. Ed- 
ited by Mrs. M. L. B. Ewell Lewis. 12°. New 
Haven, Conn., E. B. Sheldon co., [n. d.] (Rec'd 
Jan. 6, 1898.) 9 

Bell (Mackenzie). Christina Rossetti. A biograph- 
ical and critical study. 12°. Boston: Roberts 
bros., 1898. (63982. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 10 

Bennett (W. H.). The Old Testament story. See 
Bible (The) story retold. 



Wm, Hy. Abbott, 



New York. 



Tracy Gould, New York. 



Whitall, Tatum & co., 

New York. 

Robert O. Law, Chicago. 



Do. 



C. B. Aubery, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 



D. M. Barringer, 

Philadelphia. 



Geo. A. Winchester, 



Boston. 



George Beckwith, 

New Haven, Conn. 



Roberts bros., Boston. 



6 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors. 



The Old 

The New 

New 

Rec'd 

11 



Bible (The) story retold for young people 
Testament storv. By W. H. Bennett. 
Testament story. By W. F. Adeney. 12°. 
York: Macmillan co., 1898. (1898, no. 2815. 
Jan. 4, 1898). 

Black (S. W.). See Jones (Lottie E.) and Black 
(S. W.). First reader. [New era series.] 

Second reader. [New era series.] 

Blodgett (Samuel). The scientific skeleton. 16°. 
Grafton, N. Dak., [n.d.] (71982. Rec'd Jan. 7, 
1898.) 12 

Boone (Charles T., editor). See Estee (Morris M.). 
Estee's pleadings, practice, and forms, vs. 1, 2, 3, 
4th ed. 

[n.i.] 



(1898, 
13 



See Whitman 



Bowles (Elihu). In a sod-house. 12 c 
no. 430. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898. ) 

Bucke (Richard Maurice, editor). 
(Walt.). The wound dresser. 

Bullinger's postal and shippers' guide for the United 
States and Canada. Edition of January, 1898. 4 C . 
New York : Edwin W. Bullinger, [n. d.] (1898, no. 
2868. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 14 

Chambers's encyclopaedia. A dictionary of universal 
knowledge. New ed. v. 1. A to Beaufort. 4 C . 
London, William and Robert Chambers, ltd. : Phila- 
delphia, J. B. Lippincott co., 1898. (70797. Rec'd 
Jan. 8, 1898.) lo 

v. 2. Beaugency to Cataract. 4°. London, Will- 
iam and Robert Chambers, ltd. : Philadelphia, J. B. 
Lippincott co., 1898. (70798. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 16 



— v. 3. Catarrh to Dion, 
and Robert Chambers, ltd. 
pincott co., 1898. (70799. 



4 C . London, William 
: Philadelphia, J. B. Lip- 
Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 17 



— v. 4. Dionysius to Friction. 4 C . London, 
William and Robert Chambers, ltd. : Philadelphia, 
J. B. Lippincott co., 1898. (70800. Rec'd Jan. 8, 

1898.) 18 

— v. 5. Friday to Humanitarians. 4°. London, 
William and Robert Chambers, ltd. : Philadelphia, 
J. B. Lippincott co., 1898. (70801. Rec'd Jan. 8, 
1898.) 19 



— v. 6. Humber to Malta, 
iam and Robert Chambers, ltd. 
Lippincott co., 1898. (70802. 



4°. London, Will- 
Philadelphia, J. B. 
Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 
20 

— v. 7. Maltebrun to Pearson. 4°. London, 
William and Robert Chambers, ltd. : Philadelphia, 
J. B. Lippincott co., 1898. (70803. Jan. 8, 1898.) 21 

— v. 8. Peasant to Roumelia. 4°. London, Will- 
iam and Robert Chambers, ltd. : Philadelphia, J. B. 
Lippincott co., 1898. (70804. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 22 

— v. 9. Round to Swansea. 4°. London, William 
and Robert Chambers, ltd. : Philadelphia, J. B. Lip- 
pincott co., 1898. (70805. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1897.) 23 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Macmillan co., New York. 



Samuel Blodgett, 

Grafton, N. Dak. 



Elihu Bowles, 

Emporia, Kans. 



E. W. Bullinger, 



New York. 



J. B. Lippincott co., 

Philadelphia 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Chambers's encyclopaedia, v. 10. Swastika to Zyri- 
anavsk, arid index. 4°. London, William and 
Robert Chambers, ltd. : Philadelphia, J. B. Lippin- 
cott co., 1898. (70806. Rec'd. Jan. 8, 1898.) 24 

Chicago. The wholesale furniture trade and kindred 
lines of Chicago, 1898. 21°. [n.i.] (Rec'd Jan. 5, 
1898.) 25 

Clinton directory, 1898. (Including Lancaster.) 8 C . 
New Haven, Conn., Price & Leeco., [n. d.] (73982. 
Rec'd Jan. 4,1898.) 26 

Cortina (R. Diez de la). Verba Espafioles,diccionario 
de la conjugacionCastellana. Quintaedicion. 12°. 
Nueva York, R, D.Cortina, 1898. [Metodo Cortina.] 
(1898, no. 3194. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 27 

Crandall (Charles H.). The chords of life. Poems. 
16 c . Springdale, Conn., Printed for the author, 
1898.(67336. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 28 

Crawford (J. T.). The laws governing the transmis- 
missiou of male and female posterity as they are 
known to exist in the reproduction of the animal 
species. 16°. [n. d.] (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 29 

Daniel (Thomas). Musings of a youth. 24°. Benton- 

Rec'd 
30. 

Cov- 
in.!.] 
31 



(69039. 



ville, Benton County Democrat. 1897. 
Jan. 7, 1898.) 

Diary for the bar of St. Louis city and county, 
ering the court calendar year, 1897-98. 24°. 
(1898, no. 181. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898. ) 



Dils (C. H., compiler), 
ogy, and hygiene. 

1898.) 



Outlines in anatomy, physiol- 

16°. [n. i.] (Rec'd Jan. 4, 

32 



J. B. Lippincott & co., 

Philadelphia. 



C.F. Manahan, Chicago. 



Price & Lee co., 

New Haven, Conn, 



R. D. Cortina, New York. 



Charles H. Crandall, 

Springdale, Conn. 



J. T. Crawford, 



Dunning (William Archibald). Essays on the civil war 
and reconstruction and related topics. 12 c . New 
York, Macmillan co., 1898. (1898, no. 3177. Rec'd 
Jan. 5, 1898.) 33 

Durand (Edward Dana). The finances of New York 
city. 12°. New York, Macmillan co., 1898. (1898, 
no. 2871. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 34 

Earle's daybook for the farm. Berrien county edi- 
tion. Fourth year, 1898. 8°. St. Joseph, Mich., 
" Fruit belt pub. co., [n. d.] (1898, no. 3240. Rec'd 
Jau. 6, 1898.) 35 

Estee (Morris M.). Estee's pleadings, practice, and 
forms, adapted to actions and special proceedings 
under codes of civil procedure. 4th ed. Revised 
and enlarged by Charles T. Boone, v. 1. 8°. San 
Francisco, Bancroft- Whitney co., 1898. (73204. 
Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 36 

v. 2. 8°. San Francisco, Bancroft-Whitney co., 

1898. (73205. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 37 

v. 3, 8°. San Francisco, Bancroft-Wliitney co., 

1898. (73206. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 38 

Eureka dictionary of synonyms containing thirty 
thousand words. Edited by Chas. E. Chadman. 
24~. Chicago, Coin pub. co.,' [n.d.] [Vol. 5, No. 1. 
Coin's financial series. Dec, 1897.] (70955. Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 39 



Emmet, Mo. 



Thomas Daniel, 

Pea Ridge, Ark. 



Mississippi Valley trust co., 
St. Louis, Mo. 



C. H. Dils, California, Pa, 



Macmillan co., New York. 



Do. 



Fruit belt pub. co., 

St. Joseph, Mich. 



Bancroft- Whitney co., 

San Francisco, Cal. 



Do. 



Do. 



Chas. E. Chadman, 



Chicago. 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Evans' arithmetical study. Handbook for teachers 
and students. Prepared by Selini H. Peabody. 12 c . 
Chicago, R. O. Evans & co., [n. d.] (71400. Rec"d 
Jan. 7, 1898.) 40 

Ewell Lewis (Mrs. M. L. B., editor). See Beck with 
(George). Beckwith's almanac, 1898. 



Fellows (Odell T.). Rhymes of reform. 16-, 
(72780. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 



[n. i.] 
41 



Fowler (Allen E.). Delightful stories from American 
history for young people. A book telling the story 
of our country, its progress, and achievements. 
Home and school edition. 8°. Chicago, Monarch 
liook co., 1897. (44780. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 42 

Gould (Tracy, translator). See Aksakof (Mons. A.). 
A case of partial dematerializatiou of the body of a 
medium. 

li Grimm." Rip Van Winkle and other wonderful 
tales retold for our little boys and girls of to-day, 
including: Little red ridinghood; Cinderella's slip- 
per ; The three bears ; House that Jack built ; Babes 
in the woods ; Jack the giant killer, and a score of 
others. 8°. Chicago, Monarch book co., [n. d.] 
(44781. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 43 



Hall (Tom). When love laughs. 12^ 
E. R. Herrick & co., [n. d.] (67625. 
1898.) 



New York, 

Rec'd Jan. 5, 

44 



Hawthorne (Julian), Young (John Russell), Lamber- 
ton (John Porter), editors. The literature of all na- 
tions and all ages. History, character, and incident, 
v. 6. 4°. Philadelphia, Art-Library pub. co., 1897. 
(1898, no. 3795. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1897.) 45 

Belbig (Friedrick). Die komudie auf der hochschule. 
Edited, with an introduction and notes by Benjamin 
W.Wells. 12-. Boston, D. C. Heath & co., 1898. 
[Heath's modern language series.] (1898, no. 3448 
Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 46 

Hilton (Stringer 0.), Arguments against some popu- 
lar errors at whist, with some notes on the game and 
a glossary of whist terms, to which are added the 
laws of whist and the laws of duplicate whist as re- 
vised at the last American whist congress. 16°. 
[n.i.] (1898,no.3434. Rec'd Jan. 5 ; 1898.) 47 

Holy (The) Bible. Comprising the authorized version 
of the Old and New Testaments. 8 J . New York, 
Christian herald. (Louis Klopsch.) [63487. (See 
73203.) Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.] 48 

-Jackson (Nat P. ) . Select Texas statutes, annotations, 
and forms, and notaries' manual, [etc.], and an ap- 
pendix containing the laws affecting notaries public, 
and a notaries' manual for Texas. To Nov. 1, 1897. 
8 C . Austin, Tex., Gammel book co., [n. d.] (Rec'd 
Jan. 6, 1898.) ' L 49 

James (A. S.). Appeal for Cuba. An illustrated poem. 

t Q^ e o W o Y0rk ' Wilson P ub - c o., [n.d.] (Rec'd 
Jan. o, lo98.j xq 



R. O. Evans, Chicago. 



Odell T. Fellows, 

Pasadena, Cal. 

Lincoln W. Walter, 

Chicago. 



Do. 



E. R. Herrick & co., 

New York. 



Art-Library pub. co., 

Philadelphia. 



Benjamin W. Wells, 



Boston. 



Stringer O. Hilton, 

Capitola, Cal. 



Louis Klopsch, 



New York. 



Nat P.Jackson, 



Austin, Tex. 



A. S. James, New York. 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Contin n:i>. 



Authors. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Jones (Lottie E.) and Black (S. W.). First reader. 
Combining observation, science, and literature. 12 c . 
Chicago. Eaton & co., [n. d.] [New era series.] 
(Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 51 

Second reader. 12 c . Chicago, Eaton <fc co., [n. 

d.] [New era series.] (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 52 

Journal (The) of agriculture. Weather forecasts and 
book of facts for the office, home, and farm, 1898. 
8°. St. Louis, Mo., Journal of agriculture co., v. 
3, no. 1, Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 53 

Lamberton (John Porter). See Hawthorne (Julian), 
Young (John Russell), Lamberton (John Porter), 
editors. Literature of all nations. 

Lancaster. See Clinton directors', 1838. 

Literature (The) of all nations. See Hawthorne 
(Julian), Young (John Russell), Lamberton (John 
Porter), editors. 



Lottie E. Jones, 

Danville, 111. 



Do. 



W. M. Bell, St, Louis, Mo. 



Lockwood (E. H.). See Tracy (J. C). 
course in mechanical drawing. 



Introductory 



Luttgen (Fred'k Wm.). A sound, honest, true, and 
stable money. The Luttgen monetary system. 8 C . 
[mi.] (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 54 

Mabie (Hamilton Wright, associate editor). See War- 
ner (Charles Dudley, editor). Library of the 
world's best literature. 

McCoy (John). A tribute of flowers to the memory of 
mother. Revised and enlarged by D. H. Wever. 8°. 
Chicago, Union pub. house, 1898. (64868. Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 55 

Masters and pilots of steam vessels of the United 
States. [Annual log, American association.] Is- 
sued by Excelsior harbor, No. 5. Obi. 4?. (63899. 
Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 56 

Members' pocket calendar. Legislature of New Jer- 
sey, session of 1898. 16 c . Trenton, N. J., Mac- 
Crellish & Quigley, 1898. (62670. Rec'd Jan. 6, 
1898.) 57 

Mercantile (The) agency, special edition of Bullinger's 

postal and shippers' guide for the United States and 

Canada. Edition of January, 1898. (1898, no. 2867. 
. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 58 

Miller (Lida Brooks). Round the world with notebook 
and camera, Something new for young people. 8°. I 
Juvenile pub. co v , [n.d.] (Rec'clJan. 3," 1898.) 60 

Miller (Lida Brooks, editor.) Our baby's alphabet of | Lincoln W.Walter, 

birds and animals. 8 C . Chicago, Monarch book i Chicago, 

co., [n. d.] (44782. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 59 



Fred'k Wm. Luttgen, 

New York. 



M. B. Downer, Chicago. 



Edward P. Carr, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



John J. Matthews, 

Trenton, N. J 



E. W. Bullinger, 



New York. 



K.T.Borland. 



Newton, New Jersey. Illustrated by E. E. Bice, with 
an historical sketch by Judge Henry Huston. Obi. 
8°. Newton, N. J., 1897. (71068. Rec'd Jan. 5, 

1898.) 61 

O'Byrne (Miss Mary Ann). Poetical works. Third vol- 
ume. 24=. [n.i.] (71985. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 62 



E.E.Bice, 

Hackettstown, N. J. 



Miss Mary Ann O'Byrne, 
Watervliet, N. Y 



10 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors. 




O'Connor (Joseph T.). Nervous diseases with homoeo- 
pathic treatment. 8°. New York, Boerick, Runyon, 
& Ernesty, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 63 

O'Hare (Patrick F., compiler). St. Anthony's bread for 
the poor, and prayers for Novenas and the thirteen 
Thursdays in honor of the saint. 16°. New York, 
Fr. Pusteh & co., [n. d.] (73367. Rec'd Jan. 4, 
1898.) 64 

Peabody (Selim H.). See Evan's arithmetical study. 

Pearse (Mark Guy). The gentleness of Jesus. 12°. T. Y 
New York, Thomas Y. Crowell & co., [1898.] (1898, ! 
no. 2817. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 65 ! 

Perley (Sidney). Practice in the probate court of ! Sidney Perley, Salem, Mass 
Massachusetts. 8°. Boston, George B. Reed, 1898. 
(71267. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 66 

Philadelphia. Boyd's co-partnership and residence j C. E. Boyd, Philadelphia 
business directory of Philadelphia city. Appendix j 
and street guide back part of book. 8° Philadel- ; 
phia, C. E. Home co., [n. d.] (73976. Rec'd Jan. ! 
4, 1898.) 67 



Boerick, Runyon & Ernesty, 
New York. 



Erwin Steinback, 

New York. 



Crowell & co., 

New York. 



Phillips (George D.). Figure skating. 16°. Worces- 
ter, Mass., Samuel Winslow skate" info-. C o., [n. d.l 
(70628. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 68 

Police (The) gazette sporting annual for 1898, com- 
plete. Chronology for 1897. Prize ring champions, 
with their records. Compiled by Sam C. Austin. 
Illustrated. 12°. New York, Richard K. Fox, 
[n. d.] [v. 3, no. 1, Jan., 1898.] (1898, no. 4043. 
Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 69 

Remington bros.' newspaper manual, tenth [1898] issue. 
A catalogue of the newspapers of United States 
and Canada. 8°. New York and Chicago, Reming- 
ton bros.' newspaper advertising, [n. d.] (1898, 
no. 3189. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 70 

Roger Williams park. Illustrated. The people's pleas- 
ure ground. Obi. 4°. Providence, R. I., American 
book exchange, 1897-98. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 71 

Root (Mrs. Enoch). Diary of Patience Pigeon, ao-ed 8 
24°. [n. i.] (1898, no. 3443. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 72 

Runkle (Lucia Gilbert, associate editor). See Warner 
(Charles Dudley, editor) Library of the world's 
best literature. 

Seligsberg (Louis, compiler). Coffee. Parity tables 
and statistical handbook. 2d enlarged and" revised 
ed., 1897. [n. L] (64610. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 73 

Shiras (Oliver P.). Equity practice in the United 
States circuit courts. A compilation of the provi- 
sions governing the same, as found in the statutes of 
the United States, rules in equity and decisions of 
the Supreme Court. 2d ed., revised and enlarged. 
12°. Chicago: Callaghan & co., 1898. (1898, no. 
210. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 

Shortz (Robert). A passing emperor. A novel. 
New York: Home pub. co., [n. d.] [The w 
series, no. 29, Jan., 1898.] (1898, no. 6695. 
Jan. 4, 1898.) 



71 



12-. 

lcome 

Rec'd 

75 



Samuel Winslow skate mfg. 
co., Worcester, Mass. 

Richard K. Fox, New York. 



Remington bros., 

Pittsburg, Pa. 



American book exchange, 
Providence, R. I. 

Mrs. Enoch Root, 

Palmbcach, Fla. 



Louis Seligsberg 



New York. 



Callaghan & co., Chicago. 



A. C. Guuter, New York. 



11 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



See Son"'] a ml niessen- 



(66855. 



Rec'cl 
76 



Showalter (A. J.) ami others. 
ger, no. 2. 

Shnman (The) mercantile diary, 1898 
Jan. 7, 1898.) [n. i.] 

Song-land messenger Xo. 2. A new and complete col- 
lection of music for singing classes, Sunday schools, 
young people's meetings, and general public wor- 
ship. By A. J. Showalter, J. S. Hendricks, E. B. 
Fowler. A. J. Robertson, and J. M. Hunt. 12°. 
Dallas, Tex., Showalter-Lincoln co. : Dalton, Ga., 
A. J. Showalter co., [n. d.] (73359. Rec'cl Jan. 7, 
1898. 77 

Speyers (Clarence L.). Text-book of physical chem- 
istry. 8°. New York: D. Van Nostrand co., 1897. 
(57841. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 78 

Tariff and route book. American telephone and tele- 
graph company. 8 C . New York, 1898. (1898, no. 
2853. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 79 

Taylor (F. Lilian). First reader. 12°. Chicago: 
Eaton & co, [n. d.] [Home and school series.] 
(Rec'cl Jan. 3, 1898.) 80 

Towsend (William Porter). Short stories and poems. 
Vol. 1 of the series. Popular edition. (Revised and 
enlarged.) 16 c . Tranquility, N. J.: Published by 
the author, 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898. ) 81 

Tracy (J. C. ). Introductory course in mechanical 
drawing. With chapter on perspective by E. H. 
Lockwood. Obi. 4 C . New York : Harper & bros.. 
1898. (1898, no. 203. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 82 

Waring (George E., Jr.). Street cleaning, and the dis- 
posal of a city's wastes ; methods and results and 
the effect upon public health, public morals, and 
municipal prosperity. 12°. New York: Doubleday 
& McClure co., 1897. (71238. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 83 

Warner (Charles Dudley, editor) and others. Library 
of the world's best literature. Ancient and modern. 
v.23. 8 C . New York: R. S. Peale and J. A. Hill, 
[n.d.] (1898,no.9658. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 84 

v. 24. 8°. New York : R. S. Peale and J. A. Hill, 

[n.d.] (1898, no. 9659. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 85 

Warner (George H., associate editor). See AVarner 
(Charles Dudley, editor). Library of the world's 
best literature. 

Weineck (Oscar). First German reader for the New 
York public schools. Arranged according to the pre- 
scribed course of study. 12 c . New York: F. W. 
Christern, [n. d.J (1898, no. 117. Rec'd Jan. 3. 
1898.) 86 

Second German reader for the New York public 

schools. Arranged according to the prescribed 
course of study. 12°. New York: F. W. Christern, 
[n. d.J (1898, c no. 118. Rec'cl Jan. 3, 1898.) 87 

Wells (Benjamin W., editor). SeeHelbig (Friedrich). 
Die komodie auf der hochschule. 

Wever (D.H., reviser). A tribute of flowers. See 
McCoy (John). 



A. Shuman & co., Boston. 

Showalter-Lincoln co., 

Dallas, Tex. 



D. Van Nostrand co., 

New York, 



American telephone and tel- 
egraph co., New York. 

F. Lilian Taylor, 

Galesbivnr, 111. 



William Porter Towsend, 

Tranquility, N. J. 



Harper & bros., New York. 



Doubleday & McClure co., 
New York. 



R.S.Pea]e and J.A.Hill, 

New York. 



Do. 



Oscar Weineck, New York. 



Do. 



12 

BOOKS (PEOPER)— Continued. 



AUTHORS. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



White (Mrs. Annie Randall). Talks about Jesus with 
our little boys and girls. 8 C . Juvenile pub. co., 
[n.d.] (Rec'd Jinn. 3, 1898.) 88 

Whiting (A. D.). Aids to aseptic technique. 12 c . 
Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott co., 1898. (71236. 
Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 89 

Whitman (Walt). The wound dresser. A series of 
letters written from the hospitals in Washington 
during the war of the rebellion. Edited by Rich- 
ard Maurice Bucke. 12 c . Boston : Small, Maynard 
& co.,. 1898. (69032. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 90 

Wickson (Edward J.). The California vegetables in 
garden and field. 8 C . San Francisco: Pacific rural 
press, 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 91 

Williams (David Riddle). James H. Brookes. A mem- 
oir. 12°, [n.i.] (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 92 

Young (John Russell). See Hawthorne (Julian). 
Young (John Russell), Laniberton (John Porter), 
editors. Literature of all nations. 

Zdrubek (Frant. B.). Bohemian and v English inter- 
preter. Cesko-Anglicky Tlumac pro Cechy Americke 
se suadnym mluvnickym navodem pro z£ky i 
Samoukv sestavil. 12 c . Chicago : Tisken a nakla- 
dem Aug. Geringera, [n. d.]. (63366. Rec'd Jan. 8, 
1898.) 93 

Zola (Einile). Paris. Translated by Ernest Alfred 
Vizetelly. v. 2, book 3, chaps. 2 and 3. 16°. New 
York: Macinillanco., 1897. [Three cities : Lourdes, 
Rome, Paris.] (1898, no. 3145. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 

91 



K. T. Borland. 



J. B. Lippincott co., 

Philadelphia. 

Small, Maynard & co., 

Boston. 



Edward J. Wickson, 

Berkeley, Cal. 

S. O. Brookes and D. R.Will- 
iams, St. Louis, Mo. 



Aug. Geringer, Chicago. 



Macmillan co., New York. 



I. BOOKS— (2.) MISCELLANEOUS. 

(Classified under the term '-Books/' according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue. ) 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Accounting (The) engineer. [Balance-sheet system of 
accounts, 5.] (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 1 

Accounting specifications and formulas. [Balance- 
sheet system of accounts. 2.] (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 

2 

Algebra. Part 1. Instruction paper. [The united 
correspondence schools.] (69335. Rec'd Jan. 6, 
1898.) 3 

Question paper. [The united correspondence 

schools.] (69333. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 4 

Part 2. Instruction paper. [The united corre- 
spondence schools.] (69336. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 5 

Question paper. [The united correspondence 

schools.] (69334. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 6 

American farmers' almanac for 1898. 19th year, illus- 
trated, 1879-1898. (73568. Rec'd Jan. 5, "1898.) 7 

Appendix to manual of arms, adapted to the Spring- 
held rifle, caliber .45. By First Lieut. Arthur Mur- 
ray, 1st U. S. Artillery. (1898, no. 4050. Rec'd 
Jan. 8, 1898.) 8 



A. O. Kittredo-e, 



New York. 



Do. 



York, 



W.Ewald & co.. 
New 

Do. 

Do. 



Do. 

Reuben H. Donnelley, 

Chicago. 
Arthur Murray, 

New Haven, Conn. 



13 



BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Arithmetic. Part 2. Instruction paper. [The united 
correspondence schools.] (69337. Rec'd Jan. 6, 
1898.) 9 

Question paper. [The united correspondence 

schools.] (69338. Eec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 10 



Art productions and their ohject. 
6,1898.) 



(66885. Eec'd Jan. 
11 



Artistic (The) mazurka clog. Devised by H. N. Grant. 
A scientific dance to mazurka tempo. Book number 
three. (1898, no. 220. Eec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 12 

Artistic (The) waltz < log. Devised by H. N. Grant. 
A scientific dance to waltz tempo. Book number 
four. (1898, no. 220. Eec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 13 

Asbestos. Descriptive price list, Jan., 1898. (1898, 
no. 149. Eec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 14 

Baker & co., gold, silver, and platinum refiners. (1898, 
no. 182. Eec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 15 

Battle of Gettysburg. (73241. Eec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 16 

Better than gold. (1898, no. 4013. Eec'd Jan. 8, 
1898.) 17 

Bicycling notes for tourists abroad. (1897, no, 66832. 
Eec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 18 

Boston investments. Places of payment of coupons. 
Prepared by Boston safe deposit and trust co., 1898. 
(72293. Eec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 19 

Bradley's American farmer. (1897, no. 67334. Eec'd 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 20 

Buffalo Express album of the year past. (1898, no. 
3499. Eec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 21 

Burpee's unique list of the best seeds that grow, for 
1898. (73980. Eec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) - 22 



Copyright Proprietors. 



BiiYers' club merchandise contract. (1898, no. 186. 
Eec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 23 

Classification (A) of the most comprehensive line of 
pens for vertical writing. (1898, no. 2862. Rec'd 
Jan. 4, 1898.) 24 

Climate and wealth of San Luis Obispo county, Cal. 
By Myron Angel. (1898, no. 3446. Rec'd Jan. 6, 
"") 25 



Color card. (1897, no. 70876. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.).. 26 

Compliments of J. R. Solomons (1898). (1897, no. 
71407. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 27 

Contractors' handbook of the causes of fire. (1898, 
no. 4045. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898. ) 28 

Crito, or the duty of a citizen. By Plato. [Maynard's 
English classic series, no. 199] . (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 

29 

Designing and cutting patterns. By C. B. Hatfield. 
Chap. 5 continued. Rounding off corners. Jan. 11, 
1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 30 



F. W. Ewald & co., 

New York. 



Do. 



Earl Thompson, 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

H.N.Grant, Buffalo, N. Y. 



Do. 



H. Y7. Johns mfg. co., 

New York. 

Baker & co., 

Newark, N. J. 

Robert K. Beecham, 

Everett, Wash. 

Sulphume co., Chicago. 



F. O. Houghton & co., 

Boston. 

Boston safe deposit and 
trust co., Boston. 



Bradley fertilizer co., 

Boston. 

George E. Matthews & co., 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

W. Atlee Burpee & co., 

Philadelphia. 

George R. Chester, 

Moline, 111. 

Henry Hoe, New York. 



Myron Angel, 

San Luis Obispo, Cal. 



H. W. Johns mfg. co., 

New York. 

J. R. Solomons, New York. 



Montauk multiphase cable 
co., New York. 

Maynard, Merrill & co., 

New York. 



Joseph Van Ness, Boston. 



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Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Detroit telephone co. directory. 
no. 72782. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898. ) 



Jan. 1898. 



(1897, 
31 



Direct legislation, postal savings banking, [etc.]. 



(1898, no. 2878. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 

Does this hat fit you 1 (1898, no. 3462. 
1898.) 

Don't break your mother's heart, Tom. 
Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 



Dues arrearage notice. 

1898.) 



(1898, no. 195. 



32 

Rec'd Jan. 6, 
33 

(1898, no. 3237. 
34 

Rec'd Jan. 3, 
35 



"Electricity and magnetism.''' [American school of 
correspondence.] (1898, no. 3803. Rec'd Jan 7, 1898.) 

36 

Encyclopedia of ceramics. Compiled bv W. P. Jarvis. 
No. 1. Jan. 6, 1898. (1897, uo. 73377. " Rec'd Jan. 8, 
1898.) 37 

Experiments in general chemistry. By W. S. Hen- 
drixson. (1898, no. 3445. Rec'd Jan. \ 1898.) 38 



Financial schedule, 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 



39 



Detroit telephone co., 

Detroit, Mich. 

Frank Dygert, 

Los Angeles, Cal. 

Lyman D. Morse adv. 
agency, New York. 

Joseph W. Wheeler, 

Boston. 

M. E. Howard, 

YVestboro, Mass. 

American school corre- 
spondence, Boston. 

George YVhittemore, 

New York. 

W. S. Hendrixson, 

Grinnell, Iowa. 

German ia investment co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Harper's round table art portfolio. (1897, no. 71248. i Harper & bros., 
Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898. ) 40 



New York. 



He wants a little chance, and other poems. By Perry 
Henry Gritting. (1897, no. 66323. Rec'd Jan. 5, 
1898.) 41 

Heart (The) of the unknown. (1897, no. 70677. Rec'd 
Jan. 6, 1898.) 42 

How to obtain Harper's round table art portfolio. 
(Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 43 

Howard's (M. E.) golden cross complete quarterly 
dues notice, second quarter, Apr. 1, to July 1, 1898. 
(1898, no. 2869. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 44 



Hydraulics. Instruction paper, 1st ed. [The inter- 
natioual correspondence schools.] (1897, no. 68707. 
Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 45 



Perry Henry Grifrmg, 

Oberlin, Ohio. 

Louis Wallis, 
l Columbus, Ohio. 

| Harper & bros., New York. 

M.E.Howard, 

Westboro, Mass. 

I Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 



I write books on accounting. [Balance-sheet system of 
accounts. 1.] (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 46 

Important to piano buyers. (1897, no. 73963. Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 47 

Indian lullaby to the pale faces. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1897.) 

48 

Ireland in pictures. Part 15. [International art series.] 
(1898, no. 216. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 49 

John Hancock's letter book. A long-lost side-light on 
our revolutionary merchant-patriot. (1898, no. 109. 
Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 50 

Johnsou & Stokes' garden and farm manual for 1898. 
(1898. no. 2873. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 51 



A. O. Kittredge, 



New York. 



Key (The) to step dancing, devised by H. N. Grant. 
A scientific alphabet for exemplifying step dancino- 
in its various forms. (72289. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 52 



Land (The) of is-to-be. A farewell ode. By Edward 
S. Black. (1897, no. 73985. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 53 



De Yore piano co., 

Freeport, 111. 

Antonia Dickson, 

New York. 

International photographic 
pub. co., Chicago. 

Abram English Brown, 

Boston. 

Johnson & Stokes, 

Philadelphia. 

H. N. Grant, Buffalo, N. Y. 



Edward S. Black, 

Newark, N. J, 



15 



BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Language (The) of figures. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 54 

Life (The) of Christ. In ten lessons. For the Junior 

(1897, 110.61372. Rec'd 



55 

Rec'd Jan. 
56 



League. By E. A. Bishop. 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 

Locomotive engineering. (1898, no. 3456. 
6,1898.) 

Marine engineering. (1898, no. 3457. Rec'd Jan. 6, 
1898.) 57 

Mechanical drawing. Lesson no. 3. (1898, no. 3453. 
Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) . 58 

Mechanics. Part 2. [American school of correspond- 
ence.] (1897, no. 70867. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898. 59 

Mensuration. No. 4. (1898, no. 3454. Rec'd Jan. 6, 

1898.) 60 

Metaphysical healing. By Leander Edmund Whipple. 
Course I. Philosophy. ' Lesson 6. (1898, no. 3859. 
Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) ' 61 

Mine surveying and mapping. Part 3. Question 
paper. 1st ed. [The international correspondence 
schools.] (1897, no. 73210. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 62 

Natural (The) course in music. By F. H. Ripley and 
Thomas Tapper. (1897, no. 64139. Rec'd Jan. 7, 
1898.) 63 

National school glee song. (1898, no. 3509. Rec'd 
Jan. 6, 1898.) 64 

New York morning and evening tide calendar. (1898, 
no. 2854. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 65 

Original parody medley. By Willis Clark. (1898, no. 
4049. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 66 

Parliamentary (The) law club. A system of instruc- 
tion in parliamentary law and practice by means of 
cards. Series numbers, 1, 2, 3, 4. [Instructions.] 
(Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 67 

Physics. Question paper, 1st ed. [The international 
correspondence schools.] (1897, no. 73587. Rec'd 
Jan. 5, 1898.) 68 

Pierce's memorandum and account book, designed for 
farmers, mechanics, and all people. (1898, no. 4047. 
Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 69 

Pocket manual of the stocks which paid dividends for 
the year 1897, for New York and Boston. (1898, no. 
3819. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 70 

Practical (A) system of vertical writing. Prepared by 
Georgia McManis. Teachers' manual. (1898, no. 
224. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 71 

Price list of the Eastern door, sash, and blind mfg. 
ass'n. Adopted Oct. 26, 1897. New England ed. 
(Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 72 

Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 
73 

Schedule, showing the value of paid-up certificates 
when redeemed after the thirty-sixth month. (Rec'd 
Jan. 5, 1898.) 74 



Reasons why? (1897, no. 72535. 



Harry S. Tanner. 

E. A. Bishop, Racine, Wis. 



J. B. Lippincott co., 

Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 

American school of corre- 
spondence, Boston. 

J. B. Lippincott co., 

Philadelphia. 

Leander Edmund Whipple, 
New York . 



Colliery eng. co., 

Scranton, Pa. 

F. H. Ripley & Thomas 
Tapper, Boston, Mass. 

E. Tolman Wadleigh, 

Greenfield, Mass. 

Percy R. Wilson, 

New York. 

Willis Clark, New York. 
John L. Branch. 



Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 

World's dispensary medical 
ass'n . , Buffalo , N . Y . 



Arthur S. Leland, Boston. 



Georgia McManis, 

Colorado Springs, Colo. 



Eastern door, sash, and 
blind mfg. ass'n., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

H. W. Johns mfg. co., 

New York. 

Germania investment co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



16 



BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Skepard's national system of adhesive annotations. 
Supplement to v. 64, Minnesota decisions. (1898, 
no. 3862. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 75 

Supplement to v. 81, Federal reporter decisions. 

(1898, no. 3861. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 76 

Supplement to v. 94, 95, Wisconsin decisions. 

(1898, no. 3863. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 77 

Supplement to v. 98 and 99, Georgia decisions. 

(1898, no. 3511. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 78 

Sinking fund tables. (1898, no. 184. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898. > 

79 

Sketch from life's hook of the house on wheels. (1897, 
no. 72973. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 80 

Some thoughts for women. By Mabel Jenness Venter. 
(Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 81 

Souvenir of North East, Pennsylvania. (1897, no. 73207. 
Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 82 



Stationarv engineering 
6, 1898.) 



(1898, no. 3455. 



(Rec'd Jan. 
83 



Trade price list, Jan., 1898. Asbestos, liquid paints, 
roof paints, etc. (1897, no. 71261. Rec'd Dec. 31, 

1897.) 84 

Trading stamp book. Issued by International trad- 
ing stamp co., of Knoxville, Tenn. (66117. Rec'd 
Jan. 5, 1898.) 85 

Twelfth annual review of the Lake Superior iron ore 
trade. (1898, no. 436. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 86 

Utility; a new social life. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898) 87 

Vance's book of Bible cards. (1897, no. 67660. Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 88 

Western (The) farmer's almanac, 1898. (1898, no. 3191. 
Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 89 

When the door opened—? By Sarah Grand. (1898, 
no. 2816. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 90 

Who are the great ? A poem. By Mrs. Sallie Kay Todd 
Bement. (1897, no. 71079. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.") 91 

Woodman (The) speaker. By C. C. Hassler and Floyd 
K.Royce. (1898, no. 3186. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 92 



Frank Shepard, Chicago. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Frank L. Fuller, Boston. 



Morgan E. A. Lasiey, 

New York. 

Mabel Jenness Venter. 



Arthur J. French, 

North East, Pa. 

J. B. Lippincott co., 

Philadelphia. 

H. W. Johns mfg. co., 

New York. 



International trading 
stamp co., 

Knoxville, "Tenn. 

Horace J. Stevens, 

Houghton, Mich. 

David Potter, New York. 

Samuel Jasper Vance, 

Aurora, Mo. 

John P. Morton & co., 

Louisville, Ky. 

John Chartres, 

New York. 

Sallie Kay Todd Bement, 
Denison, Tex. 

C. C. Hassler, 

Bloomington, 111. 



17 



I.-BOOICS-(3) NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES. 

(Classified under the term "Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
titles. For index of proprietors see end of CATALOGUE.) 



Titles. 



PA" syndicate page. 
Jan.' 3, 1898.) 

;, B*' syndicate page. 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 



— (Continued from Oct. number.) 
Nov. 1897.] (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 



Bronze (The) hand. By Anna Katharine Green. 
Chaps. 4-5. [The people's home journal.] (Rec'd 
Jan. 6, 1898.) 7 

By the 9.15 express. By Walter Wood. Chaps. 7-9. 
[Chicago record, Jan. 3, 1898.] (Rec'd Jan. 4, 
1898.) 8 

Chaps. 9 (continued), 10, and 11. [Chicago record, 

Jan. 4, 1898.] (Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 9 

Chaps. 11 (continued) and 12. [Chicago record, 

Jan. 5, 1898.] (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 10 

Chaps. 12 (continued), 13 and 14. [Chicago record, 
"*] (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 

15-16. [Chicago record, Jan. 7, 



Jan. 6, 

Chaps. 

(Rec'd Jan 



1898.) 



C ,; syndicate page. 
Jan. 3,1898.) 



no. 2. (1898, no. 393. 



11 

1898.] 
12 

Rec'd 
13 

Case (The) of Paul Jersey. By Harriet Prescott 
Spofford. [Zanesville daily courier and Hartford 
daily courant, Dec. 25, 27, and 28.] (Rec'd Jan. 
4,1898.) 14 

Coal catechism. By William Jasper Nicolls. Part 10, 
Haulage. [Coal trade journal.] (Rec'd Jan. 6, 
1898,) 15 

Common school course. Lessons in writing. No. 5. 
[The Chicago record's home study circle.] (Rec'd 
Jan. 4, 1898.) 16 

Course in commercial arithmetic. Lesson 15. Re- 
view. [The Chicago record's home study circle.] 
(Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 7 

Course in double-entry bookkeeping. Lesson no. 19. 

, [The Chicago record's home study circle.] (Rec'd 

Jan. 7, 1898.) 18 

Course in general history. I. Ancient peoples, 10. 
The Romans. Part 1. [The Chicago record's home 
study circle.] (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 19 

Course in mechanical drawing. Projection (continued). 
[The Chicago record's home studv circle.] (Rec'd 
Jan. 6, 1898.) 20 

13584— Yol. 14, No, 1 2 



Copyright Proprietors. 



no. 2. (1898, no. 395. Rec'd 

1 

no. 2. (1898, no. 394. Rec'd 

2 

Bookkeeping (The) of department stores. By Charles 
F.Jones. [Accountics, Aug., 1897.] (Rec'd Jan. 4, 
1898.) 3 

Bookkeeping (The) of department stores. By Charles 
F. Jones. [Accountics, Sept., 1897.] (Rec'd Jan. 4, 
1898.) 4 

(Continued from Sept. number.) [Accountics, 

Oct. 1897.] (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 5 

[Accountics, 
6 



American press ass'n., 

New York. 

Do. 



Accountics ass'n. 



New York. 



Do. 



Do. 
Do. 
Anna Katharine Rohlfs. 

Walter Wood, 

London, England. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Bacheller syndicate, 

New York. 



William Jasper Nicolls. 



Chicago record, Chicago. 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



18 



BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Course in stenography. Lesson no. 14. [The Chicago 
record's home study circle.] [Chicago record, Jan. 
4,1898.] (Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 21 

Current service. (1898, no. 2911. Rec'd Jan. 4,1898.) 22 

"E" syndicate page, no. 2. (1898, no. 392. Rec'd Jan. 
3,1898.) 23 

"F" syndicate page, no. 1. (1898, no. 391. Rec'd Jan. 

3,1898.) 24 

Foods and food plants. By Clarabel Gilman. V. [The 

teachers' institute, Jan.^ 1898.] (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 

25 

"G" syndicate page, no. 3. (1898, no. 390. Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 26 

Gunner (The) of Perce rock. By Gilbert Parker. 
[Waverly magazine,, Jan. 8, 1898.] (Rec'd Jan. 4, 
1898.) 27 

Hero (The) of New Orleans. Sketches of the career 
of Andrew Jackson. By P. A. Ober. (69343. Rec'd 
Dec. 31, 1897.) 28 

His gold and his daughter. By Charles B. Lewis. 
[Zanesville daily courier and Hartford daily cour- 
ant, Dec. 29, 30, and 31.] (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 29 

Howell (The) necklace. By James Otis. ["Chaps. 
15-23.] (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 30 

In Frontenac cave (1st part). By H. Carruth. (1897, 
no. 73423. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 31 

Land (The) of sunshine, fruit, and flowers. (1898, 
no. 200. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 32 

London topics. London, Jan. 1. (The evening post.) 
(1898, no. 2939. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 33 

M. Quad page. (1898, no. 2944. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 34 

Marriage by capture. By Robert Buchanan. Chaps. 
5-7. [The sunny south, Jan. 1, 1898.] (Rec'd Jan. 
4,1898.) 35 

Marthas and Marys. Rev. Dr. Talmage's sermon on 
household cares. (1898, no. 396. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 

36 

Mensuration. Lesson no. 1. Course in elementary 
mathematics. [The Chicago record's home study 
circle.] (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 37 

Miss Dawson of Dawson city. By Ernest A. Youno-. 
Chaps. 3-4. [Pittsburg times, Jan. 3, 1898.] (Rec ? d 
Jan. 4, 1898.) ' 38 

My life in Christ. [Extracts from Father John's 
book.] [The churchman. Jan. 8, 1898.] (Rec'd Jau. 
8,1898.) 39 

North-walk (The) mystery. By Will N. Harben. 
Chaps. 10, 11. [The Jefferson banner, Jan. 6, 1898.] 
(Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) ' 4 q 

Personally (A) conducted duel. By C. T. Cutliffe Hyne 
[Waverly magazine, Jan. 15, 1898.] (Rec'd Jan. 7, 
1898.) ^-[ 

Offener schreibe brief des Phillip Sauerampfer. (1898 
no. 421. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 42 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Chicago record, Chicago. 



Bacheller syndicate, 

New York. 
American press ass'n, 

New York. 
Do. 

Clarabel Gilman. 



American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Gilbert Parker. 



F. A. Ober, New York. 



Bacheller syndicate, 

New York, 



James Otis. 

Bacheller syndicate, 

New York. 

Ward bros., 

Columbus, Ohio. 

Evening post pub. co., 

New York. 

Bacheller syndicate, 

New York. 

Robert Buchanan. 



American press ass'n, 

New York. 



Chicago record, Chicago. 



Ernest A. Young. 



Churchman co., New York 



Will N. Harben. 



C. T. Cutliffe Hyne. 



German press & plate co., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 



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Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Quiet talks with earnest people in my study. I. The 
unknown man. By Rev. Charles E. Jefferson. (1898, 
no. 415. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 43 

"Rocks of interrogation." (1898, no. 125. Rec'd Jan. 
3.1898.) 14 

Silver (The) queen. Bv D. S. Foster. (1897, no. 73422. 
Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 15 

Simon Dale. A romance of the time of King Charles II. 
By Anthony Hope. Chaps. 18-19. [Sunday inter 
ocean, Jan/ 2, 1898.] (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 16 

Some rambling thoughts. By Nemo. Jan. 2, 1898. 
(1898, no. 3505. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 47 

Jan. 9, 1898. (1898, no. 3506. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 

18 

Soul (The) of honor. By Hesba Stretton. Chaps. 
11-15. [The churchman, Jan. 8, 1898.] (Rec'd 
Jan. 8. 1898.) 19 

Special page. For Jan. 9. (1898, no. 2945. Rec'd Jan. 
4,1898.) 50 

''Thought tracks on the trail of time." (1898, no. 1105. 
Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 51 

Timely service. (1898, no. 2910. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 52 

Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas City star. Jan. 
3,1898.) (1898, no. 3504. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) ' 53 

(Jan. 4, 1898.) (1898, no. 1109. Rec'd Jan. 7, 

1898.) 51 

(Jan. 5, 1898.) (1898, no. 1110. Rec'd Jan. 8, 

1898.) 55 

Windows. The eyes of business. (1898, no. 419. Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 56 

Woman's page. For Jan. 9. (1898, no. 2942. Rec'd 
Jan. 4, 1898.) 57 

Youths' page. For Jan. 9. (1898, no. 2943. Rec'd 
Jan. 4, 1898.) 58 



Chas. E. Jefferson, 



Chelsea, Mass. 

Grit publishing co., 

Williamsport, Pa. 

Bacheller syndicate, 

New York. 

A. H. Hawkins, 

London, England. 



G. Grosvenor Dawe, 

^Nfew York. 

Do. 



Churchman co., New York. 



Bacheller syndicate, 

New York. 

Grit pub. co., 

Williamsport, Pa. 

Bacheller syndicate, 

New York. 

Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Do. 



Do. 



NathlC. Fowler, jr., 

New York. 

Bacheiler syndicate, 

New York. 

Do. 



II. DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogfe.) 



Bachelor hall. A farcical comedy in three acts. By Rachel Baker Gale and Rob- 
Rachel E. and Robert M. Baker. (1898, no. 226. Rec'd I ert Melville Gale, 
Jan. 5, 1898.) 1 Boston. 

Mozart, in five acts. By Ivy Ashton Root. (1897, no. Ivy Ashton Root, 
71290. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 2 New York. 

Two (The) rubies. A comedy sketch. By DeanEdsall. Dean Edsall, New York. 
(1898, no. 3223. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 3 

Wild (A) rose. A comedy sketch. By Dean Edsall. Do. 

(1898, no. 3222. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) * 1 



20 



III. PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



A B C pathfinder and dial. Jan. 3, 1898. (Rec'dJan. 
3,1898.) 1 

ABC pathfinder railway guide. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 4, 1898.) 2 

Advance reports. Legal intelligencer. Jan. 7, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 3 

Adventure weekly. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 4 

^Eolian quarterly. Dec, 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898).. 5| 

American Agriculturist. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. j 
6,1898.) 6 

American ecclesiastical review. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 5, 1898.) 7 

American field. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 8 

American home journal. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 
1898.) 9 

American investments and financial opinions. Jan., 
1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 10 

American journal of palmistrv. Dec, 1897. (Rec'd 
Jan. 5, 1898.) 11 

American kitchen magazine. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
5, 1898.) 12 

American monthly. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898) 13 



American paper trade. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 
1898.) 14 

American veterinary review. Jan., 1898. (Rec'dJan. 
8, 1898.) ' 15 

Anthony's photographic bulletin. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 6, 1898.) 16 

Army and Navy. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898) 17 

Ave Maria. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898) 18 

Babyhood. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898) 19 

Banner of gold. Dec. 25, 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 

20 
Baptist union. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898) . . 21 

Bohemian. Dec, 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898) 22 

Boiler maker. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898) ... 23 

Boston daily globe. Jan. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 

1898.) 24 

Jan. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898) 25 

Jan. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898) 26 

Jan. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898) 27 

Jan. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898) 28 

Jan. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898) 29 

Boston Sunday globe. Jan. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 

1898.) 30 



New England railway pub. 
co., Boston. 

Do. 

Frank Reeder, sec'y of the 
state of Pennsylvania. 

Street &. Smith, 

New York. 

JEolian co., New York. 

Orange Judd co., 

New York. 

American ecclesiastical re- 
view co., New York. 

American field pub. co., 

New York. 
American musical ass'n, 

Chicago. 

Niagara pub. co., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

National school of palmis- 
try, Chicago. 

Home science pub. co., 

Boston. 

Nat'l soc of the daughters 
of the Am. levol'n, 

"VYashiugton City. 
Andrew Geyer, New York. 

Liautard & Bell, 

New York. 

E. & H. T. Anthony & co., 
New York. 

Street & Smith, New York. 

D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 

Babyhood pub. co., 

New York. 
Banner of gold pub. co., 

Chicago. 

Baptist young people's 

union, Chicago. 

G. F. Deiser, Philadelphia. 

Joseph T. Rycrson & son, 

Chicago. 
Globe pub. co., Boston. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



21 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Boston Sunday post. Jan. 2, 1898. (Eec'cl Jan. 3, 
1898.) 31 

Bradstreet's. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898) ... 32 

Brooklyn life. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898) . . 33 

California bankers' magazine. Aug., 1897. (Rec'd 
Jan. 4, 1898.) 34 

Carpet and upholstery trade review. Jan. 1, 1898. 
(Ree'd Jan. 4, 1898.)" 35 

Catholic news. Jan. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 36 

Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898) 37 

Christian endeavor world. Jan. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
5, 1898.) 38 

Christian herald. Jan. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 39 

Church. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898) 40 



Post pub. co., 



Boston, 



Bradstreet co., New York. 

Brooklyn life pub. co., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

, J. W.Treadwell, 

San Francisco. 

i Review pub. co., 

New York, 

Catholic news pub. co., 

New York. 
Do. 



Golden rule co. 



Boston. 



Church economist, Jan. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898) 

41 

Clothier and furnisher. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 

1898.) 42 

Collier's weekly. Jan. 6, 1888. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 43 

Commercial and financial chronicle. Jan. 8, 1898. 

(Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 44 

Quotation supplement. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 

8, 1898.) 45 

Cuba. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898) 46 

Cycling gazette. Jan. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 47 

Daily Racing Form. Dec. 31, 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 
1898.) - 48 

Jan. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898) 49 

Jan. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898) 50 

Jan. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898) 51 

Deutsch-Amerikanisches kneippblatt. Jan. 1, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 52 

Diamond Dick, jr. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 
1898.) 53 

Electrical review. Jan. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 

54 

Electrical world. Jan. 1, 18.98. (Rec'd Jan. 5,1898.) 

55 

Engineering record. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 

I 1898.) 56 

Etude. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898) ..... 57 

Everywhere. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898) , 58 

Examiner. Jan. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898) 59 

Farmer. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898) 60 



Louis Klopsch, New York. 

Church pub. co., Boston. 

Church economist pub. co., 
New York. 

G. N. Lowry, New York. 

Peter Fenelon Collier, 

New York. 

William B. Dana co., 

New York. 

Do. 



i W. R. Angulo, New York. 

I Emil Grossman & bro., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Frank H. Brunell, 

Chicago. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

! L. M. Schweizer, 

New York. 

Street & Smith, New York. 



Electrical review pub. co., 
New York. 

W. J. Johnston co., 

New York. 

Engineering record, 

New York. 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia. 

Will Careleton, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Examiner co., New York. 

Orange Judd co., Chicago. 



22 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Farm implement news. Jan. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 



1898.) 



61 



Farm machinery. Jan. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 

62 

Forest and stream. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898. ) 

63 



Farm implement news co., 
Chicago. 

Midland pub. co., 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Forest and stream pub. co., 
New York. 



Frank Reade library. Jan. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, Frank Tousev, New York. 
1898.) 64 

Free man. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898) 65 ! Chas. W. Close, Bangor, Me. 

Gardening. Jan. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898) 66 ' Gardening co., Chicago. 

Good housekeeping. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) j Clark W. Bryan co., 

67 : Springfield, Mass. 

Great round world. Jan. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) | William Beverley Harison, 

68 - New York. 

Green bag. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898) 69 j Boston book co., Boston. 

Grocers' regulator. Jan. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) | Reid, Murdoch & co., 

70 Chicago. 

Happy days. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898) .. 71 Frank Tousey, New York. 

Harper's round table. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) ! Harper & bros., New York. 

72 

Harper's weekly. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) Do. 

73 
Horseman. Jan. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898) 74 ! Chicago horseman newspa- 
per co., Chicago. 
Hygienic magazine. Jan., Feb., Mar., 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 8, 1898.) 75 



Chas. Wesley Brandenburg, 
New York. 

Lorillard Spencer, 

New York. 



Illustrated American. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 

1898.) 76 

Illustrated Buffalo express. Jan. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Geo. E. Matthews & co 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 77 j Buffalo, N. Y. 

I]1 |i r f ed P° lice «ews. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, ! Alden pub. co., Boston. 

1898.) 78 

Ishmaelite. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898) 79 | Wm.H.Robson, 

Indianapolis, Ind 
Jewelers' circular. Jan. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6 



1898.) 

Jewelers' weekly. Jan. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 
1898.) m 

Jewish comment. Jan. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 
1898.) 82 

Journal of cutaneous and genito-urinary diseases. 
Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1893.) 83 

Journal of the United States cavalry association 
Dec, 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 84 

Judge. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898) 85 

Kirchenchor. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898) .... 86 
Land of sunshine. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 

87 

Landwirthschaftliche beilage. Jan. 7, 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 8, 1898.) oo 



Jewelers' circular pub. co., 
New York. 

Trades weekly co., 

New York. 

" The publishers," 

Baltimore, Md. 

Physicians' pub. co., 

New York. 

U. S. cavalry association, 
Fort Leavenworth, Kans. 

Judge pub. co., New York. 

E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, Ohio. 

Land of sunshine pub. co., 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

Westliche post ass'n., 

St. Louis, Mo. 



23 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. I Copyright Proprietors. 



League leaflets. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898).. 89 Apostleship of prayer, 

New York. 

Legal intelligencer. Jan. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, Edward P. Allinson, 
1898.) 90 Philadelphia, 

Library of health. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) : Chas. Brodie Patterson, 

91 New York. 



Life. Jan. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898) 92 



Mitchell & Miller, 

New York. 



Mackey ABC guide. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, ABC guide co. ; New York. 
18980 ' 93 

Medical news. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898).. 94 Lea bros. & co., New York. 

Medical record. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898).. 95 Wm. Wood & co., 

New York. 

Medicine. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898) 96 Williain M. Warren, 

Detroit, Mich. 

Morning journal (German). Jan. 1, 1898. (Rec'd W.R.Hearst, New York. 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 97 



98, 


Do. 


99 


Do. 


100 


Do. 


101 


Do. 


102 


Do. 


103 


Do. 


104 | 


Do. 



Jan. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 

Jan. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898) 

Jan. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898) 

Jan. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898) 

Jan. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898) 102 

Jan. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898) 

Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898) 104 

Morse & Rogers money saA'er. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd ' Morse & Rogers, 
Jan. 7, 1898. ) 105 \ New York. 

Musical ago. Jan. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898) ... 106 ; Harry Edward Freund, 

New York. 

National police gazette. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. i Richard K. Fox, New York. 
7,1898.) 107 I 

New England homestead. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. Orange Judd co., 
7,1898.) 108 i Springfield, Mass. 

New England magazine, Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, Warren F. Kellogg, Boston. 
1898.) 109 

New Jersey contractor. Jan. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, A. H. Ringier, 

1898.) 110 | Hohoken,N.J. 



Chas. H. Kerr & co., 

Chicago. 

James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 



New time. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898) Ill 

New York herald. Jan. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 

112 

Jan. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898) 113 

Jan. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898) 114 

Jan. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898) 115 Do. 

Jan. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898) 116 Do. 

Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898) 117 Do. 

New York journal. Jan. 1,1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) W. R. Hearst, New York. 

118 

Jan. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898) 119 Do. 



24 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



New York journal. Jan. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 

120 

Jan. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898) 121 

Jan. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898) 122 

Jan. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898) 123 

Jan. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898) 121 

Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898) 125 

New York state reports and session laws. Jan. 1, 
1898. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 126 

New York supplement aud state reporter. Dec. 30, 
1897. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 127 

New York times. Jan. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 

128 

Jan. 2, 1998. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898) 129 

Jan. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898) 130 

Jan. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898) 131 

Jan. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898) 132 

Jan. 6, 1898. ^ Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898) 133 

Jan. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7. 1898) 134 

Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898) 135 

New York times weekly. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 
1898.; 136 

New York weekly. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898. 

137- 
Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898) 138 

New Yorker abendblatt. Jan. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 
1898.) 139 

Jan. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898) 140 

Jan. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898) 141 

Jan. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898) 142 

New Yorker sonntagsblatt. Jan. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
3,1898.) 143 

Jan. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898) 144 

Jan. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898) 145 

Jan. 4,1898. (Rec'd JaD. 4, 1898) 146 

New Yorker staats-zeitung. Jan. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. ! 
5,1898.) 147 | 

Jan. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898) 148 

Jan. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898) 149 

Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898) 150 

New Yorker wochenblatt. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd. Jan. 
5, 1898. 151 

Nick Carter weekly. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898. ) 

152 
Nickells. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898) 153 

North American review. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan 4 
1898.) 154 



Copyright Proprietors. 



W. R. Hearst. New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Banks & bros., and James 
B. Lyon, Albany, N. Y. 

West pub. co., 

St. Paul, Minn. 

New York times co., 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 

New Yorker staats-zeitung, 
New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Street & Smith, New York. 

Nickells pub. co., Boston. 

North American review 
pub. co., New York. 



25 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Northeastern reporter. Dec. 31, 1887. (Rec'd Jan. 6, j West pub. co., 



1898.) 



155 



St. Paul, Minn. 



Northwestern reporter. Jan. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 



Do. 



1898.) 



156 



Novcllen schatz. Jan. 8,1898. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) j Verlagvon S. Zeckel, 

157 i New York. 

Ohio legal news. Jan. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) ! Laning & co., 

158 Nor walk, Ohio. 
I 

Old Cap. Collier library. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, \ N. L. Munro, New York. 
1898.) 159 

Open court. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898) 160 Open court pub. co., 

Chicago. 



Our young people. Jan. 1, 



(Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) ; Young people co. 



161 



Milwaukee, Wis. 



Outlook. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898).... 162 Outlook co., New York. 

Pennsylvania county court reports. Jan. 1, 1898. j T. & J. W. Johnson & co., 

Philadelphia. 



(Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 163 

People's home journal. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, I F. M. Lupton, New York. 
1898.) 164 



Philadelphia inquirer. Jan. 1, IS 

1898.) 



165 

— Jan. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898) 166 

Jan. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898) 167 

Jan. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898) 168 

Jan. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898) 169 

Jan. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898) 170 

Jan. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898) 171 

Jan . 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898) 172 



(Rec'd Jan. 3, Philadelphia inquirer co., 

Philadelphia. 



Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Philadelphia medical journal. Jan. 1, 1898. (Rec'd j Philadelphia medical jour- 



173 



lal co. 



Philadelphia. 



Jan. 4, 1898.) 

Pigeon flying. Jan. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898).. 174 | Chas. H. Jones, 

Philadelphia. 

Pittsburg times. Jan. 1,1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898). 175 I Pittsburg times, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 



Jan. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898) 176 j 

Jan. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898) 177 j 

Jan. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898) 178 j 

Planets and people. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 
1898.) 179 

Pluck and luck. Jan. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 
1898.) 180 

Poet lore. Jan., Feb., and Mar., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 
1898.) 181 

Popular educator. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898). 182 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
F. E. Ormsby, Chicago. 

Frank Tousey, New York. 

Poet lore co., Boston. 



Educational pub. co., 

Boston. 



Poultry tribune. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898). 183 \ Poultry tribune, 

Freeport, 111. 

Preacher's magazine. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, Wilbur B. Ketcham, 
1898.) 184 New York. 



26 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Jan. 



1898. 
185 



Presbyterian and reformed review. 
(Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 

Proceedings of the engineers club of Philadelphia. 
Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan 6, 1898.) 186 

Puck. Jan. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898) 187 

Puck's library. "The Art Push." no. 127 188 

Rand-McNally central railway guide. Jan., 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 6. 1898.) 189 

Rand-McXally official railway guide. Jan., 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 190 i 

Rand-McXally western railway guide. Jan., 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan.* 6, 1898.) 191 

Rider and driver. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 

192 

St. Louis republic. Jan. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 

193 j 

(Snnd. mag.) Jan 2, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) i 

194 

Saturday evening post. Jan. 8, 1898." (Rec'd Jan. 8, I 
1898.) 195 

School and home. Jan. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) | 

196 
School journal. Jan. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898). 197 

Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898) 198 j 

School review. Jan. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898).. 199 | 

Scientific American. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, ' 

1898.) 200 

Self culture. Jan. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898) 201 

Southwestern reporter. Jan. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 
1898.) 202 



Pres. and ref. rev. ass'n, 

New York. 

Br'd div. eng'rs club, 

Philadelphia. 

Keppler & Schwarzmann, 
Xew York. 

Do. 



Standard. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898). . . 203 
Students' journal. Jan. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 4,1898). 204 

Sun. Jan. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898) 205 

Jan. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898; 206 

Jan. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898) 207 

Jan. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898) 208 

Jan. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898) 209 

Jan. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898) 210 

Jan. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898) 211 

Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898) 212 

Sunday school times. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 

1898.) 013 

Sunday magazine. Jan. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 

1898.) 214 



American Railway Guide 
co., Chicago. 

Do. 

Do. 

Rider and driver pub. co., 
Xew York. 

Geo. Kuapp & co., 

Do. 

Curtis pub. co., 

Philadelphia. 

Win. L. Thomas, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

E. L. Kellogg & co., 

New York. 

Do. 

University of Ch'g press, 

Chicago. 

Munn & co., Xew York. 

Werner co., Akron, Ohio. 

West pub. co., 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Standard press, New York. 

Andrew J. Graham & co., 
New York. 

Sun printing and pub. ass'n, 
Xew York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

John D. Wattles <fc co., 

Philadelphia. 

New York Sunday press, 

New York. 



27 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Sunday school world. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, American Sunday school 
1898') 215 I union, Philadelphia. 

Superintendent and foreman. Jan. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Joseph Van Ness, Boston. 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 216 j 

Teachers' institute. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, j E. L. Kellogg & co., 
1898.) 217 I New York. 

Tip top weekly. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 218 j Street & Smith, New York. 

Town talk. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898) ... 219 ! Burke & Beyer, 

Newark, N. J. 

Town topics. Jan. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898) .. 220 ] Town topics pub. co., 

New York. 

Travelers' official railway guide. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd National railway pub. co., 
Jan. 6, 1898.) 221 ] New York. 

Travelers' ready- reference Appleton's guide. Jan., Knickerbocker guide co., 
1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 222; New York. 

Truth. Jan. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 223 Truth co., New York. 

United States courts of appeals reports. Jan. 1, Banks & bros., New York. 
1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 224 

Yiavi cause. Jan. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898) ... 225 H. & H. E. Law, 

San Francisco. 

Vogue. Jan. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898) 226 Fashion co., New York. 

Wool record. Jan. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898) . . 227 Wool record pub. co., 

New York. 

World's Sunday magazine. Jan. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, Press pub. co., New York. 

1898.) 228 

World (comic weeklv). Jan. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, Do. 

1898.) 229 

World (Sunday). Jan. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) Do. 

230 

World (woman's). Jan. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) Do. 

231 

World. Jan. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898) 232 Do. 

Jan. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898) 233 Do. 

Jan. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898) 234 Do. 

Jan. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898) 235 Do. 

Jan. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898) 236 Do. 

Jan. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898) 237 Do. 

Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898) 238 Do. 

Young people's weekly. Jan. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 8, David C. Cook pub. co., 
1898.) 239 Elgin, 111. 

Youth's companion. Jan. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) Perry Mason & co., Boston. 

240 



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IV. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS A1STD COL- 
LECTIONS OF MUSIC. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors 



Across the foaming sea. Song in D. The words by W. Morley & co., 

Frederic W. Paine. The music bv Bryceson Tre- ; London, Eng. 

harne. London: W. Morley & co." (1898, no. 3427. j 
Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 1 



Across the Missouri. March. The Trans-Mississippi 
two-step. By Rollin W. Bond. For piano. Ord, 
Nebr. : Rollin W. Bond. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 2 

Adam and Eve. Song in F. The words by Henry 
Knight. The music by Ed. St. Quentin. London: 
W. Morley & co. (1898, no. 3425. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 

3 

Aeolian club march and two-step. By A. D. Scrammell. 
[For piano.] Bellevue, Ohio : A. D. Scammell & co. 
(Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 4 

Aeronaut galop. For piano. Ph. Fahrbach. [D. 
Muller's ed. no. 2.] New York: I). Miiller. (1898, 
no. 2449. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 5 

Ah, might I, dear, each wish fulfill. F. Kanowski. 
English translation by Grace W. Root. Song by Ad. 
Weidig. op. 10, no. 2. Chicago: Clayton F. Sum- 
myco. (1898,no.2635. Rec'd Jau. 3,1898.) 6 

Ah, might I kiss thee. (Tolli v. Ahdd.) English 
translation by Grace W. Root. Song by Ad. Weidig. 
op. 10, no. 3. Chicago : Clayton F. Summv co. 
(1898, no. 2637. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 7 

All change. Written and composed by Charles Os-' 
borne. Arranged by E. J. Svmons. London : Fran- 
cis, Day & Hunter. (1898/no. 3414. Rec'd Jan. 5, 

1898. 8 

Allegretto. Pour violon avec accompagnement de 
piano, par Georges Pantillon. op. 36, no. 1. [Pieces 
lyriques.] Leipzig: Fr. Kistner. (1898, no. 2822. 
Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 9 

Allemande (The). By Theodore Lyttle. For piano. 
Kansas City, Mo. : M. Senter & co. (1898, no. 4154. 
Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 10 

Aloue on the street. Song and chorus. Composed by 
Jessie Cherry. Chicago, 111. : Thompson music co. 
(1898, no. 2592. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898. ) 11 

Alt-Franzosischer tanz. Graham P. Moore. Piano. 
Langensalza: Hermann Beyer & Sonne, (1898, no. 
3165. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) ' 12 

Am ersten tag des maien. Fiir 1 singstimme mit piano- 
forte. Leiderund gesange von Robert Gounod, op. 
25, no. 1. Hoch. Leipzig: Fr. Kistner. (1898, no. 
2832. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) ' 13 

Amacitamarch. Two-step. By J.N. Burnham. [For 
piano.] Boston: Louis H. Ross & co. (1898, no. 
2630. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 11 

Amorette. Mazurka (Yorke). Forpiano. D. Miiller. 

[D. Miiller's ed. no. 5.] New York: D. Miiller 
(1898, no. 2453. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 15 



R, W. Bond, Ord, Nebr. 



W. Morley & co., 

London, Enor. 



A. D. Scrammell & co., 

Bellevue, Ohio. 

D. Miiller, New York. 



Clayton F. Sunimy co., 

Chicago. 



Do. 



Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London, England. 



Fr. Kistner, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



M. Senter & co. , 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Thompson music co., 

Chicago, 

Hermann Beyer & Sohne, 
Langensalza, Germany"* 



Fr. Kistner, 

Leipzig, Germany 



Louis H. Ross & co., 

Boston. 

D. Miiller, New York, 



29 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— CONTINUED. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Aimt'e passee. Suite do pieces pour le piano a quatre 
mains. J. Massenet. Paris : Heugel et cie. (73959. 
Rec'd Jan 3, 1898.) 16 

Anno dazumal. Walzer. J. F. Wagner, op. 303. 
Concert-repertorinm. Saniinlung beliebter tiinze 
und miirsche in orchesterstimrnen. Berlin: Adolpli 
Fiirstner. (1898, no. 2828. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 17 

Appel (L') du printenips. (The call of spring.) Melo- 
die. Bv Augusta Holmes. [Vocal.] Cincinnati: 
John Church co. (73833. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 18 

"Arlington" waltz quadrille. J. Zimmerman. [For 
orchestra.] New York: C. Schuster & son. (72222. 
1 copy rec'd Dec. 21, 1897, and 1 copy Jan. 6, 1898. ) 19 

Armv echoes. March by Charles A. Ware. [For pi- 
ano.] Philadelphia: 'Louis Haas. (1898, no. 3098. 
Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 20 

As in a 'gauz verflinta sach. (G. Seuffer.) Aus den 
"Fliegenden blattern." Heitere lieder fiir eine 
singstimme, mit hegleitung des pianoforte. Com- 
ponirt von Julius O. Grimm, op. 26., no. 5. Fiir 
hohe stimme. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Hartel. (1898, 
no. 3150. Rec'd Jan. 5," 1898.) 2l' 

At last. Duet. The words by C. W. G. The music 
bv Arthur Fagge. London W. : Boosey & co. 
(1898, no. 106. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 22 

Austerlitz (The). March, two-step. Composed by 
John B. Sherber. [For piano.] St. Louis: Musi- 
cal news pub. co. (74162. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 23 

Ave Maria. Nicalao. No. 50123. JEeolian grand, [n. i.] 
(63532. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 24 



Heugel et cie., 

Paris, France. 

Adolph Fiirstner, 

Berlin, Germany. 



John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

C. Schuster & son, 

New York. 

Louis Haas, Philadelphia. 



Breitkopf & Hartel, 

New York, 



Boosey & co., 

London W 



England. 



Jno. B. Sherber, 

St. Louis, Mo. 



J. Herbert Chase,- supt., 

Meriden, Conn. 

White-Smith music pub. co., 
Boston. 



Benjamin Barker, 

Great Britain. 



Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. 



Ave Maria. No. 2. O loving spirit. Solo for cornet 
with piano accompaniment, and violin or violon- 
cello parts ad. lib. Boston: White-Smith music 
pub. co. (74160. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1897.) ' 25 

Ave Maria! O maiden, O mother. Words from the 
Catholic hymn book. Music composed by Benjamin 
Barker. London: Weeks & co. [Sacred songs, no. 
3.] (1898, no. 64. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 26 

Awakening (The). Julia H. Johnston. Wm. J. Kirk- 
patrick. [n.i. ] (1898, no. 2661. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 

27 : 

Bachelor girls polka. Mandoliu solo. Willard C. Lomas music co., Chicago. 
Patrick. Chicago: Lomas music co. (1898, no. 
3830. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 28 

Ballade (A) of midsummer. (Men's voices.) Poem Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

by Clinton Scollard. Music by Henry K. Hadley. 

op. 8, no. 2. Boston : Arthur P. Schmidt. [Octavo 
■ series, no. 216.] (1898,no.3357. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 29 

Baptismal music. (Baptismal sentences.) By Arthur 
P.Preston. [Mixed voices.] New York : Luckhardt 
& Belder. (70342. Rec'd Dec. 14, 1897.) 30 

Bavarian dance. For piano, bv Chas. C. Draa. Phil- Theo. Presser, 
adelphia: Theodore Presser. (1898, no. 2520. Rec'd! 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 31 | 



Luckhardt & Belder, 

New York. 



Philadelphia 



30 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Pkoprietors. 



Belle of the cake walk. Words by Frank C. Lowcler 
and W. Mnrdock Lind. Music "by L. B. O'Connor. 
Boston : B. F. Wood music co. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 

32 

Belle of New York waltz. Gustavo Kerker. [For 
Piano.] [n.i.] (62693. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 33 

Berceuse. For violin and piauo. By Mrs. H. H. A. 
Beach, op. 40, no. 2. Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt. 
(1898, no. 3748. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 34 

Blessed is the peonle. [Anthem.] H.P.Danks. [n.i.] 
(72463. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 35 

Bloom (The) is on the rye. (Men's voices.) Henry R. 
Bishop. Arranged by Frank J. Smith. Boston: 
Arthur P. Schmidt. [Octavo series no. 217.] (1898. 
no. 3978. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 36 

Blue crown. Gavotte. For mandolin and guitar. 
John T. Sibley. St. Louis, Mo. : Drurnheller music 
co. (1898, no. 2650. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 37 

Bohmische tiinze, no. 1. (PolkaSousedesktf, furiaut.) 
Fur pianoforte, von Yitezslar Novak, op. 15. Ber- 
lin : N. Simrock. (1898, no. 2830. Rec'd Jan. 4, 

1898.) 38 

Bouquet waltz. For piano, by L. E. Orth. op. 8, no. 

2. Boston : Miles & Thompson. (67931. Rec'd Jan, 

3, 1898.) 39 

"Break the news to mother." Words and music by 
Chas. K. Harris. Arranged bv Jos. Clauder. Mil- 
waukee, Wis. : Chas. K. Harris. (69306. Rec'd Jan. 
8, 1898.). 40' 

Bride-elect (The) march. By John Philip Sousa. For 
banjo and piano. Cincinnati: John Church co. 
(1898, no. 3764. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 41 

For banjo duet. Cincinnati: John Church co. 

(1898, no. 3763. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 42 

For banjo solo. Cincinnati: John Church co. 

(1898, no. 3762. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 43 

For guitar. Cincinnati: John Church co. (1898, 

no. 3755. Rec'd Jan". 6, 1898.) 14 

Guitar duet. Cincinnati : John Church co. 

(1898, no. 3761. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 45 

For mandolin and guitar. Cincinnati: John 

Churchco. (1898, no. 3757. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 46 
For mandolin and piano. Cincinnati: John 
(1898, no. 3759. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 47 



Church 



For mandolin, piano, and guitar. Cincinnati : 

John Church co. (1898, no. 3760. Rec'd Jan. 6, 
1898. ) 48 

Mandolin solo. Cincinnati : John Church co 

(1898, no. 3754. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 49 

— — For 2 mandolins and guitar. Cincinnati : John 
Churchco. (1898, no. 3759. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 50 

— — For 2 mandolins and piano. Cincinnati : John 
Churchco. (1898, no. 3758. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 51 



B. F. Wood music co., 

Boston 



T. B. Harms & co., 

New York. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



I E. S. Lorenz, 

Dayton, Ohio. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



Jno. T. Sibley. 

St. Louis, Mo. 

N. Simrock, 

Berlin, Germany. 



Miles & Thompson, Boston. 



Chas. K. Harris, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 



John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



31 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles. 



Bride-elect (The) march. By John Philip Sousa. 
Piano, 4 hands. Cincinnati: John Chnrch co. 
(1898, no. 3752. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 52 

For piano, 6 hands. Cincinnati : John Church co. 

(1898, no. 3753. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 53 

Bridge (The). Men's voices. Henry W. Longfellow. 
Lady Carew. Arranged by P. A. Schnecker. [n. i.] 
(1898, no. 3745. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 54 

— Mixed voices. Henry W.Longfellow. Lady Carew. 
Arranged by P. A. Schnecker. [n. i.] (1898, no. 
3744. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 55 

Bright beams. A new and varied collection of choice 
gospel hymns. By A. J. Sho waiter, L. A. Morris, and 
J. F. M. Halton. 12°. Dallas, Tex.: Showalter- 
Lincolnco. [n. d.] (73360. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 56 

Bugler's march. For piano. By L. E. Orth. op. 8, 
no. 1. Boston: Miles & Thompson. (67932. Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 57 

Bulgarian quadrille. Part 1, no. 1128. [Musical chart.] 
[n. i.] (65691. Rec'd Nov. 24, 1897.) 58 

Part 2, no. 1128. [Musical chart.] [n.i.] (65692. 

Rec'd Nov. 24, 1897.) 59 

Part 3, no. 1128. [Musical chart.] [n.i.] (65693. 

Rec'd Nov. 24, 1897.) 60 

Part 4, no. 1128. [Musical chart.] [n.i.] (65694. 

Rec'd Nov. 24, 1897.) 61 

Part 5, no. 1128. [Musical chart.] [n.i.] (65695. 

Rec'd Nov. 24, 1897.) 62 

Part 6, no. 1128. [Musical chart.] [n.i.] (65696. 

Rec'd Nov. 24, 1897.) 63 

By the mill. For piano, by L. E. Orth. op. 3, no. 2. 
Boston: Miles & Thompson. (67936. Rec'd Jan. 
3,1898.) " 64 

Cadillae (The) march. (Two-step.) For piano, by 
S. Schenkel. New York: Carl Fischer. (1898, no. 
307. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 65 

Campagnarde. Pour violon avec accompagnement 
de piano, et (avec un 2d violon ad libitum) par 
Georges Pantillon. op. 45, no. 2. Leipzig : Fr. Kist- 
ner. [Pieces lyriques.] (1898, no. 2844. Rec'd Jan. 
4,1898.) 66 

Canst thou leave me thus, my Katy ? Poem, by Robt. 
Burns. Music by William Wallace Gilchrist. Phil- 
adelphia : Theodore Presser. (1898,no.2537. Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1898.) • 67 

Canzona. Pour violon avec accompagnement de 

piano, par Georges Pantillon. op. 21, no. 5. Leipzig : 

1 Fr. Kistner. [Pieces lvriques.] (1898, no. 2839. 

Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 68 

Captive (La). (For G string.) Violin and piano, by 
Mrs. H. H. A. Beach, op. 40, no. 1. Boston: Arthur 
P.Schmidt. (1898, no. 3746. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 69 

Castle square stock co. march. By Max Heindl. [For 
piano.] Boston: Louis H.Ross & co. (1898, no. 
2629. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 70 



Copyright Proprietors. 



John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Do. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



Do. 



Showalter-Lincoln co., 

Dallas, Tex. 



Miles & Thompson, Boston. 

Regina music box co., 

Rah way, N. J. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Miles & Thompson, Boston. 

Carl Fischer, New York. 



Fr. Kistner, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Theodore Presser, 

Philadelphia. 



Fr. Kistner, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



Louis H. Ross & co., Bostou, 



32 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles. 



Centaur (The) march. Geo. W. Kunsmau. 2 mando- 
lins and guitar. Reading, Pa. : J. S. Althouse & co., 
ltd. (73789. Rec'd J an. 3, 1898.) 71 

Chanson de nuit. Pour violon et piano. Composee 
par Edward Elgar. (op. 15.) London and New 
York: Novello, Ewer & co. (1898, no. 71. Rec'd 

Jan. 3, 1898.) 72 

Chanson villageoise. Pour vioion avec accompagne- 
ment de piano, par Georges Pantillon. op. 36, no. 2. 
Leipzig: Fr. Kistner. [Pieces lyriqttes.] (1898, no. 
2823. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 73 

Chant des abeilles. Pour violon avec accompagne- 
ment de piano. Par Georges Pantillon. op. 21, no. 6. 
Leipzig: Fr. Kistner. [Pieces lyriques.] (1898, no. 
2838. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 74 

Charming Louise. Galop by Mable F. Chandler. [For 
piano.] Boston: Louis H. Ross & co. (1898, no. 
2627. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 75 

Chasing the butterfly (Schmetterlingsjagd). 10 ton- 
bilder (tone pictures), von Robert Eilenberg. op. 9, 
no. 10. For piano. Boston : B. F. Wood music co. 
(Rec'cl Jan. 3, 1898.) 76 

Cherry winner. Waltz. For mandolin and guitar. 
John T. Siblev. St. Louis, Mo. : Drumheller music 
co. (1898, no. 2646. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 77 

Children's (The) ball. Intermezzo. H. L. D. Jazone. 
Musical pearls no. 30. For violin and piano. Ar- 
ranged by D. H. M. May. Baltimore : P. J. Lammers. 
(1898, no. 3095. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 78 

Children's ways. Song no. 1, in D. The words and 
music by Gerald Lane. New York: Boosey & co. 
(1898, no. 3159. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898. ) 79 

no. 2, in E flat. The words and music by Gerald 

Lane. New York: Boosey & co. (1898, no. 3160. 
Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 80 

no. 3, in F. The words and music by Gerald 

Lane. New York: Boosey & co. (1898, no. 3161. 
Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 81 

Christmas carol. "In the field with their flocks abid- 
ing." New York: Luckhardt & Bolder. (70339.* 
Rec'd Dec. 14, 1897.) 82 

Ring the bells. Words by Marion Connor. Music 

by Walter O. Wilkinson. New York : Luckhardt & 
Belder. (70340.* Rec'd Jan. 14, 1897.) 83 

"Stars their midnight watch were keeping." 

Words by Marion Connor. Music by Walter O. Wil- 
kinson. New York : Luckhardt & Belder. (70334.* 
Rec'd Dec. 14, 1897.) 84 

Christmas eve. Christmas carol, no. 1. Words, Rev. 
H. R. Bramley. James W. Treadwell. New York: 
Luckhardt & Belder. (70338.* Rec'd Dec. 14, 

1897.) 85 

Christmas song. Cantique de Noel. Adolphe Adam. 
Philadelphia: Theodore Presser. (1898, no. 2525. 
Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 86 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Geo. W. Kunsman, 

Reading, Pa, 

Novello, Ewer & co., 

London, England. 



Fr, Kistner, 



Leipzig, Germany. 



Do. 



Louis H. Ross & co., Boston. 



B. F. Wood music co., 

Boston. 



John T. Sibley, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

P. J. Lammers, 

Baltimore, Md. 



Enoch & sons, 

London, England. 

Do. 



Do. 



Luckhardt & Belder, 

New York 

Do. 



Do. 



James W. Treadwell, 

United States. 



Theodore Presser, 

Philadelphia. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— CONTINUED; 



Titles. 



Cissy Fitzgerald march. (Two-step.) By R. Miller 
G. Jefferson. [For piano.] Providence, R. I. : R. 
Miller G. Jefferson. (1898, no. 4096. Rec'd Jan. 5, 

1898.) 87 

For mixed 

2. New York : 

Rec'd Dec. 14,1897.) 



Close (The) of day. (Abschied hat.) 
voices. V. E. Nessler. op. 89 
Luckhardt £ Bolder. (70329.* 



no. i. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



R. Miller G. Jefferson, 

Providence, R. I. 



Luckhardt cV; Belder, 

New York. 



Hoffman bros., 

Leavenworth, Kans. 



Carl Fischer, New York. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, 



88 

Col. Rowland inarch. By P. C. Meyrelles. [For piano.] 
Leavenworth. Kans: Hoffman bros. (1898, no. 311. 
Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 89 

"Colored (The) gnards parade." March. L. P. Lau- 
rendeau. For orchestra. New York: Carl Fischer. 
[C. Fischer's ed., no. 857.] (1898, no. 2613. Rec'd 
Ian. 3, 1898.) 90 

Come, said Jesus' sacred voice. (Mixed voices.) \ 
Words by Anna L. Barbauld. Josef Rheinberger. 
op. 170. no. 8. Adapted by Jos. W. Leach. Boston: 
Arthur P. Schmidt. [Octavo series, no. 377.] (1898, 
no. 3977. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898. ) 91 

Come unto me. Sacred song. no. 2, in G. The words 
by the Rev. H. Bonar. Composed by Willem 
Coener. London and New York: Novello, Ewer & | 
co. (1898,no.2821. Rec'd Jan. 4. 1898.) 92 

Concert waltz, Gladys. Geo. B. McCosh. [For or- 
chestra.] D.S. McCosh & sons, publishers. (1898, 
no. 3751. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 93! 

Consider, O Lord. Anthem. (Mixed voices.) S. B. ' Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 
^Whitnev. Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt. (1898, no. 
2645. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 94 



Boston. 



Novello, Ewer & co., 

New York, 



D. S. & G. B. McCosh, 

Mount Morris, 111. 



Consuelo. An original dance. Music by J. N. Worth- 
ington. [For piano.] Kansas City, Mo : M. Senter 
&co. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 95 

Contented (The) lover. (Men's voices.) English ver- 
sion by F. W. Bancroft. Erik Meyer- Helmund. op. 
152, no. 1. Boston : Arthur P. Schmidt. [Octavo 
series, no. 211.] (1898, no. 69. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 96 

Cradle song. YViegenliedchen. For the pianoforte. 
Henry Albert Lang. Philadelphia : Theodore Pres- 
ses (1898, no. 2528. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 97 

Crimson rim. Waltz. For mandolin and guitar. John 
T. Sibley. St. Louis, Mo. : Drumheller music co. 
(1898, no. 2648. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898. ) 98 

Crusaders (The). Thos. Moore. Lulu M. Beach. St. 
Paul, Minn. : W. J. Dyer & bro. [The standard 
collection of graded songs and choruses.] (73121. 
Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 99 

Cuckoo song. Kuckuks walzer. Hugo Pollak. Eng- 
lish version by E. F. W. Rudolf Forster. Phila- 
delphia: Theodore Presser. (1898, no. 2529. Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1898. ) 100 

Cupid's frolic. Anna Caldwell. [For piano.] New 
York: Will Rossiter. (74152. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 

101 

13584— Vol. 14, Xo. 1 3 



M. Senter & co., 

Kansas Citv, Mo. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

Theo. Presser, 

Philadelphia. 

Jno. T. Sibley, St. Louis. 



W. J. Dyer & bro., 

St. Paul. Minn. 



Theo. Presser, 



Philadelphia. 



Will Rossiter, Chicago. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



-"Daffodils." The words by W. Wordsworth. The 
music composed by Benjamin Barker. London: 
Weekes & co. [Songs of the poets, no. 4.] (1898, 
no. 63. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 102 

Dance in the grove. For piano, byL. E. Orth. op. 
3,no.2. Boston: Miles & Thompson. (67937. Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 103 

Dancing girl. For piano, by L. E. Orth. op. 8, no. 3. 
Boston: Miles & Thompson. (67930. Rec'd Jan. 3, 
1898.) 104 

Danse (La) Beatrice. By Lawrence E. Dare. [For 
piano.] Kansas City, Mo. : M. Senter & Co. (1898, 
no. 4155. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898. ) 105 

Danse rustique. Pour violon avec accompagnement de 
piano et (avec un 2d violin ad libitum). Par Georges 
Pantillon. op. 45, no. 1. Leipzig: Fr. Kistner. 
[Pieces lyriques.] (1898, no. 2843. Rec'd Jan. 4, 
1898.) 106 

Dat valler coon. AVords and music by Herbert Gray. 
Boston : Louis H. Ross & co. (1898. no. 2619. Eec'd 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 107 

Day (The) is ended. An evening hymn with violin ob- 
ligate Alto or baritone, in E iiat. By J. C. Bartlett. 
Boston: Oliver Ditson co. (1898, no. 3354. Rec'd 

5,1898.) 108 

Dear old Germany. Song. AVords and music by C. H. 
Kerr. [n.i.J (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) L09 

Dear old home in Erin. Land where the shamrock 
grows. Words and music by D. Rhys Ford. Irorr- 
ton, Ohio: D. Rhys Ford. (1898, no. 291. Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 110 

Debutante's dream. AA r altz. Composed by Bernard 
B. Schram. [For piano.] Galveston: Thos. Gog- 
gan & bro. [L898, no. 4094. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 

Ill 

AA 7 . A r an De A enter. 
Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 
112 

Diamonds of thought. AValtz. For piano. A. Wil- 
son. New York : D. Muller. [D. Muller's ed., no. 10.] 

113 



Deeds of kindness. J. AV. A r . J. 
[Mixed voices.] [n. i.j (73085. 



(1898, no. 2461. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 

Diebstahl. (J. G. Fischer.) Fur singstimme mit 
pianoforte. Lieder unci gesiinge von Robert Gounod, 
op. 23, no. 3. Hoch. Leipzig: Fr. Kistner. (1898, 
no. 2834. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 114 

Dis evenin', dis mornin', so soon. The hand-out song. 
Words by Jeff. La Mont. Music by Fred. AV. Busch. 
St. Joseph, Mo.: Brokaw music pub. co. (1898. no. 
2548. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 115 

Dixie. Arranged by J. Lewis Browne. [For female 
voices.] [n.i.] (1898, no. 3351. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 

116 

Do you know my dear old mother. Song and chorus. 
Words and music by E. F. Gould. Rock Island, 111. : 
E.F.Gould. (1898, no. 286. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 117 



Benjamin Barker, 

Great Britain. 



Miles & Thompson, Boston. 



Miles & Thompson, Boston. 



M. Senter & co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 



i Fr. Kistner, 

Liepzig, Germany 



Louis H. Ross & co., 

Boston. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Will Rossiter, Chicago. 

D. Rhys Ford, 

Ironton, Ohio. 



Thos. Goggan, 

Galveston, Tex. 



Hall-Mack co., 

Philadelphia. 

1). Muller, New York. 



Fr. Kistner, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



CO. Brokaw, 

St. Joseph, M< 



Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



E. F. Gould, 



Rock Island, 111. 



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Titles. 



Donausagen. Walzer. J. F. Wagner, op. 304. Con- 
cert repertorinm. Samrnlung beliebter tiinze unci 
miirsehe in orcliester-stimraen. Berlin: Adolph 
Fiirstner. (1898, no. 2829. Received Jan. 4, 1898.) 

118 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Song. Graham, no. 

(1898, no. 148. Rec'd 

119 



Don't say you have no friends. 
1556. [Musical chart.] [n.i.] 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 

Dorothy gavotte. Piano. By W. E. MacClymont. 
op. 10. no. 4. Philadelphia : Theodore Presser. (1898, 
no.2521. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 120 

Drei kleine walzer. Three little waltzes, no. 1 in B 
dur. S. Jadassohn, op. 135. Leipzig: Breitkopf 
& Hartel. [Breitkopf & Hartel's klavier-bibliothek.] 
(1898, no. 3791. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 121 

no. 2 in D dur. S.Jadassohn, op. 135. Leipzig: 

Breitkopf & Hartel. [Breitkopf & Hartel's klavier- 
bibliothek.] (1898, no. 3792. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 

122 

No. 3 in H dur. S. Jadassohn, op. 135. Leipzig : 

Breitkopf & Hartel. [Breitkopf & Hartel's klavier- 
bibliothek.] (1898, no. 3793. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 

123 

Drinking old rye dew. Song and chorus. Words by 
Chas. W. McClure. Music arranged by H. Appy. 
Kansas City, Mo.: J. W. Jenkins' sons. (1898, no. 
2932. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 124 



Earth (The) is the Lord's. [Anthem.] 
Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 



[n.i.] 



(72471. 
125 



Adolph Fiirstner, 

Berlin, Germany 



Regina music box co., 

Rah way, N. J. 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, 



Breitkopf & Hartel, 

New York. 



Do. 



Do. 



Chas. W. McClure, 

Kansas City, Mo. 



E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, Ohio. 



Eileen Machree." Waltz. Arranged by L. O. de Witt Carl Fischejr, 
for orchestra. New York : Carl Fischer. [C. Fisch- 
er's ed., no. 859.] (1898, no. 2610. Rec'd Jan. 3, 
1898.) 126 



New York. 



Elfin. Polka. For piano. J. Frank. New York: D. 
Miiller. [D. Miiller's ed., no. 8.] (1898, no. 2458. 
Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 127 

Empire waltz. Gustav Saenger. op. 6. For orchestra. 
New York : Carl Fischer. [C. Fischer's ed., no. 858.] 
(1898, no. 2614. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 128 

En avant. March. For piano. Herbert M. Crane. 
New York: D. Miiller. [D. Miiller's edition, no. 2.] 
(1898, no. 2448. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 129 

Enchantress. Yarsovienne. For piano. D. Miiller. 
New York : D. Miiller. [D. Miiller's edition, no. 11.] 
(1898, no. 2463. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 130 

Espanita. Waltz. Rosey, no. 1554. [Musical chart.] 
[n.i.] (1898, no. 143. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 131 

Even song. (Men's voices.) Poem by Sir Edward Bul- 
wer Lytton. Music by Henry K. Hadley. op. 8, no. 
1. Boston : Arthur P. Schmidt. [Octavo series, no. 
215.] (1898, no. 2644. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 132 

Fade not, sweet dream. Song. For cornet. Eben H. 
Bailey, [n.i.] (74158. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1897.) 133 



D. Miiller, New York. 



Carl Fischer, New York. 



D. Miiller, New York. 



Do. 



Regina music box co., 

Rah way, N. J. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, 

Boston. 



White-Smith musicpub.co., 
Boston. 



36 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles. 



Cofyright Proprietors. 



For piano. 


D. Miiller. 


New York : 


D. Miiller. 


3, 1898.) 


136 



Fair Vassar. Capriccio. For piano by Theo. M. 
Tobani. op. 354. New York: Carl Fischer. [C. 
Fischer's ed.] (1898, no. 2598. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 

134 

Fairer than thee. Song for low voice. By Geo. AY. 
Andrews. Cincinnati: John Church co. (73834. 
Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 135 

Fairy visions. Varsovierme. 
[D. Mailer's ed., no. 10.] 
(1898, no. 2460. Rec'd Jan. 

Far from thee mavourneen. Song. Words and mnsic 
by Amanda Kennedy Moore. Boston: Louis H. 
Ross & co. (1898, no.' 2622. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 137 

Fifth nocturno. For pianoforte by J. Leybach. op. 
52. Revised and fingered by A. J. Davis. New 
York: Carl Fischer. [C. Fischer's ed.] (1898, no. 
2600. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 138 

Fin (A) de siecle maiden. Song. Words by Alice L. 
Reid. Music by Will R. Reid. Fort Scott, Kans. : 
W.R.Reid. (67241. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 139 

Fire flies. For piano by L. E. Orth. op. 3, no. 5. 
Boston: Miles & Thompson. (67934. Rec'd Jan. 3, 
1898.) 140 

First (The) love. (Erste liebe.) For the pianoforte. 
Revised aud lingered by A. J. Davis. A. Wallerstein. 
op. 28. New York: Carl Fischer. (1898, no. 2590. 
Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 141 

First valse pittoresque. For the piano. Modified by 
Wilson G. Smith. Hugo Reinhold. Philadelphia:' 
Theodore Presser. (18i»8, no. 2527. Rec'd Jan. 3, 
1898.) 142 

Flower song. (Blumenlied.) For piano by Wm. R. 
Spence. Boston: Oliver Ditson co. (1898, no. 2586. 
Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 143 

Flowers for the brave. An adaptation of the Italian 
chorus from "Lucretia Borgia." Donizetti. St. 
Paul, Minn. : W. J. Dyer & bro. [The standard 
collection of graded songs and choruses.] (73123. 
Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898. ) 144 

Fragrant lilacs. Polka. By M. E. Tolbert. Arranged 
for piano and violin by Jo'hannC. Schmid. Philadel- 
phia: Chas. D. Tuttle. (1898, no. 2615. Rec'd Jan. 
3, 1898.) 145 

Free silver march. Composed by Win. Schmidt. [For 
piano.] Cincinnati, Ohio: William Schmidt. (189K, 
no. 292. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 146 

Freundliche dornen. (Carl Ruhr.) Heitere lieder 
fiir eiue singstimme, mit begleitung des pianoforte. 
Componirt von Julins O. Grimm, op. 26, no. 2. 
Fiir hohe stimme. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Hiirtel. 
(1898, no. 3153. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 147 

Fridtjof Xansen. Marsch. Shibley. no. 421. [Musi- 
cal chart.] [n.i.] (1898, no. 4015. Rec'd Jan. 7, 
1898.) 148 

Frog's carnival. (Frosch-karneval. ) 10 tonbilder (tone 
pictures) von Robert Eilenberg. op. 19, no. 9. [For 
piano.] Boston: B.F.Wood music co. (Rec'd Jan. 



Carl Fischer, New York. 



John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

D. Miiller, New York. 



Louis H. Ross & co., 

Boston, Mass. 

Carl Fischer, New York. 



W. R. Reid, 

Fort Scott, Kans. 

Miles & Thompson, Boston. 



Carl Fischer, New York. 



Theodore Presser, 

Philadelphia. 



Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



W. J. Dyer & bro., 

St. Paul, Minn. 



Chas. D. Tuttle, 

Philadelphia 



Wm. Schmidt, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 

New York. 



Mermod Frires, 

Ste Croix, Switzerland) 

B. F. Wood music co., 

Boston. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles. 




Gas belt inarch. 
Wabash, Iud. 



Two step. Piano solo by C. Bayer. 
O. S.Ewing. (Rec'dJan. 3, 1898.) 150 



Gay Coney Island. Medley overture by Maurice Levi. 
Arran «ied bv Herman Hermanson, for orchestra. 
New York : M. Witinark & son. (73491. Rec'd Dec. 
29,1897.) 151 

Gay (The) zingara. Song. Words by A. H. Hyatt. 
Music by G. Lardelle. Key E minor. London: 
Phillips & Page. (1898, no. 62. Rec'd Jan. 3. 1898.) 

152 

Gefaugen. (L.Rafael.) Heitere lieder fiir eine sing- 
stimme mit begleitung des pianoforte, componirt 
von Julius O. Grimm, op. 26, no. 4. Eiir hohe 
stinmie. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Hartel. (1898, no. 
3151. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 153 

Gems of the parlor. Six choice selections for piano or 
By D. S. McCosh. (Music book.) Mount 



Morris: D. S. McCosh & 
Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 



(1898, no. 



3502. 
154 



Geneva. March. Composed by Frances E. Waddle. 
[For piano. J Pittsburg, Pa. : Basler's music house. 
(Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 155 

General von Hausen. Marsch. Fiir pianoforte. Com- 
ponirt von Max Ringeisen. op. 52. Zurich: Phil. 
Fries. (1898, no. 3794. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 156 I 

Giddy (A) bright star winked at me. Written and \ 
composed by Charles VV. Barrett. Hanford, Cal. : 
Charles W.Barrett. (63780. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 157 

Girl (The) that broke my heart; or, a fireman's rescue. 
Words by C. M. Woodbridge. Music bv James A. 
Fairfield. Omaha, Nebr. : C. M. Woodbridge. (1898, 
no. 306. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 158 

Gladiators (The). Two-step and march. Composed by 
Peter E. litis. For piano. Chaska, Minn: Leonard 
Ess. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 159 

Glittering nuggets. Medley overture. Arranged by 
L. 0. de Witt for orchestra. New York : Carl Fischer. 
[C.Fischer's ed., no. 518.] (1898, no. 2609. Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 160 

Gloriana. March song. Words by W. R. Williams. 
Music by M. Bernard. New Y T ork: Will Rossiter. ' 
(74154. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 161 j 

Goblin's revelry. (Koboldschmans.) 10 tonbilder i 
(tone pictures), von Robert Eilenberg. op. 19, no. 8. 
[For piano.] Boston: B. F. Wood music co. (Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 162 

God is our refuge and strength. (Anthem.) Psalm 46. i 
Sebastian Sommer. [Mixed voices.] New Y^ork: i 
Luckhardt <fc Belder. (70337. Rec'd Dec. 14, 
1897.) 163 

Golden gate. Schottische. For piano. E. Nelson. ; 
New York: D. Miiller. [D. Miiller's ed., no. 4.] 
(1898, no. 2452. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 164 

Golden primrose. (E. Greiner.) English translation 
by Grace W. Root. Song by Ad. Weidig. op. 10, 
no. 1. Chicago: Clayton F.Summv co. f 1898, no. 
2636. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 165 | 



O. S. Ewing, Wabash, Ind. 

M. Witmark & son, 

New York. 



Phillips & Page, 

London, England. 



Breitkopf & Hartel, 

New York. 



D. S. and G. B. McCosh, 

Mount Morris, 111. 



Frances E. Waddle. 



Phil. Fries, 

Zurich, Switzerland. 

Charles W. Barrett, 

Hanford, Cal. 

C. M. Woodbridge, 

Omaha, Nebr. 



Peter E. litis. 



Carl Fischer, New Y'ork. 



Will Rossiter, 



Chicago. 



B. F. 



Wood music co., 

Boston. 



Luckhardt & Belder, 

New York. 



D. Miiller, 



Clayton F 



New Y r ork. 



Summy co., 

Chicago. 



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Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Grandma. Waltz song. Words and music by J. M. 
Orr. East Liverpool, Ohio : Ernest B. Orr. (66252. 
Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 166 

Guitar studies for beginners. (12.) Easiest and most 
practical course, by Alfred Chenet. [n. i.] (1898, 
no. 2616. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 167 

Happy comrades. (Frohliche kameraden.) 10 ton- 
bilder (tone pictures), von Eobert Eilenberg. op. 
19, no. 5. [For piano.] Boston: B. F. Wood music 
co. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 168 

Happy is the man that findeth wisdom. Anthem for 
four voices. Composed by Will. C. Macfarlane. New 
York: Novello, Ewer & co. (1898, no. 2929. Rec'd 
Jan. 4, 1898.) 169 

Hark ! what mean. (Christmas anthem.) By Theo. G. 
Beach. Solos and chorus. [Mixed voices.] New 
York : Luckhardt & Belder. (70336. Rec'd Dec. 14, 

1897.) 170 

Haven (The) of the heart. Song. Words by Joseph T. 
C. Clarke. Music by Manuel Klein. Cincinnati: 
John Church co. (73835. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 171 

Hazel's dance. (Tanz.) 10 tonbilder (tone pictures), 
von Robert Eilenberg. op. 19, no. 6. [For piano.] 
Boston: B. F. Wood music co. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 
1898.) 172 



Ernest B. Orr, 

East Liverpool, Ohio. 



He bears them all. 
[Mixed voices.] 



Irvin H. Mack. J. Lincoln Hall, 
[n.i.] (73087. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 

73 

Heavenly (The) city. Wm. Stevenson. Wm. J. Kirk- 
patrick. [Mixed voices.] [n. i.] (74169. Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 174 

Herder march. August Loesch. For piano. New 
York : C. Schuster & son. (72223. 1 copy rec'd Dec. 
21, 1897, and 1 copy Jan. 6, 1898.) 175 

Here awa', there awa'. Wandering Willie. Poem by 
Robt. Burns. Music by William Wallace Gilchrist. 
Philadelphia : Theodore Presser. (1898, no. 2535. 
Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 176 

He's a wonderful Saviour to me. L. W. Leonard 
Weaver. [Mixed voices.] [n. i.] (73332. Rec'd 
Jan. 6, 1898.) 177 

Hide and seek. (Haschenspiel.) 10 tonbilder (tone 
pictures), von Robert Eilenberg. op. 19, no. 1. 
[For piano.] Boston : B. F. Wood music co. (Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1898.) v 178 

His task is o'er. [Male quartet.] Words by J. Eller- 
ton. E. L. Ashford. Dayton, Ohio: Lorenz & co. 
(72464. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 179 

Holiday morning. For piano by L. E. Orth. op. 3. 
no. 1. Boston: Miles & Thompson. (67926. Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1898.) !g0 

Holy (The) city. S.Adams, no. 417. [Musical chart.] 

[n.i.] (1898,no.4020. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 181 

Homeward bound. March. (Two-step.) For piano 

• Herbert M. Crane. New York : D. Miiller. [D Miil- 

i^t x etL ' n0 - 8,] (1898 > no - 2457 - Rec 'rt Jan. 3, 

1S98.) 182 



Alfred Chenet & co. 



Boston. 



B. F. Wood music co. 



Boston. 



Novello, Ewer & co., 

New York. 



Luckhardt & Belder, 

New York. 



John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

B. F. Wood music co., 

Boston. 



Hall-Mack co., 

Philadelphia. 

Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. 

C. Schuster & son, 

New York. 



Theo. Presser. 



Philadelphia. 



Hall-Mack co., 



Philadelphia. 



B. F. Wood music 



Boston. 



E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, Ohio. 



Miles *fe Thompson, Boston, 



Merniod Fivres, 

Paris, France. 

D. Miiller, New York. 



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Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



fiosanna! kosanna! E. E. 
Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. [n. 
Jan. 3, 1898. 



Hewitt. ( Arranged bv 

.] (1898, no. 2662. Rec'd 

183 



I am saved. M. Louise Smith. Howard E. Smith. 
[Mixed voices.] [n. i.] (73083. Rec'd Jan. 6, 
1898.) 184 

I arise from dreams of thee. Quartet (or chorus) for 
men's voices. Words by Percy B. Shelley. Edgar 
Little. Boston: Boston music co. (G. Schirmer, jr.) 
(1898, no. 2653. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 185 



I loved her first." 
Davis. New York 
Jan. 8. 1898.) 



Words and music by Gussie L. 
Will Rossiter. (74156. Rec'd 

186 



I was once your wife. 
Engel for orchestra. 
[C. Fischer's edition, 
Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 



Waltz. Arranged by Carl 

New York: Carl Fischer. 

no. 859.] (1898, no. 2611. 

187 



Ich hab im traum geweinet. (In dreams have I been 
weeping.) Words by Heinrich Heine. English ver- 
sion by E. Buck. Music by Dwight Walter Bissell. 
New York: Luckhardt & Belder. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 
1898.) 188 

I'll love yon just the same. Words and music by Mon- 
roe H. Rosenfeld. Key of A flat. Boston: B. F. 
Wood music co. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 189 

In sternennacht. (When starry night. ) ( Poem by Paul 
Heyse.) English translation by Olga L. Sturm. 
Duette von Peter Cornelius. (Nachgelassene werke. ) 
[Soprano, 1st and 2d.] Leipzig : Breitkojjf & Hartel. 
,(1898, no. 2847. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898. ) 190 

In Thee, O God. (Mixed voices.) C. H. Tebbs. Bos- 
ton: Arthur P. Schmidt. [Octavo series, no. 399.] 
{1898, no. 3976. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 191 

Infanta patrol. Solo mandolin. By J. A. Le Barge. 
Nashville, Tenn. : J. A. LeBarge. (1898; no. 290. 
Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 192 

Intermede. Pour violon avec accompagnement, de 
piano, par Georges Pantillou. op. 36, no. 3. Leipzig : 
Fr. Kistner. [Pieces lvriques.] (1898, no. 2824. 
Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 193 

Introduction and rondo cappriccioso Camille Saint- 
Saens. op. 28. Revised and fingered by Gustav 
Saenger for violin and piano. New York: Carl 
Fischer. [C. Fischer's edition, no. 39.] (1898, no. 
2604. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 194 

trma waltz. For pianoforte by Amy van Yleck. Bos- 
ton: Louis H. Ross & co. (1898, no. 2631. Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 195 

It didn't seem like home. A beautiful song with piano 

■ accompaniment for soprano, tenor, or baritone. 

Words and music by C. J. Fell. Wiikesbarre, Pa. : 

C.J. Fell. (1898, no. 3229. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 196 

Jerome park. Quadrille. For piano. D. Miiller. 
New York: D. Miiller. [D. Muller's edition, no. 3.] 
(1898, no. 2450. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 197 

Jovitta. Mexican serenade. For piano by Chas. Ar- 
mand. New York : Carl Fischer. [C. Fischer's ed.] 
(1898, no. 2599. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 198 



Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. 

Hall-Mack co., 

Philadelphia. 

G. Schirmer, jr., Boston. 



Will Rossiter, Chicago. 



Carl Fischer, New York, 



Wm. H. Rieger and D. W. 
Bissell. 



B. F. Wood music co., 

Boston. 



Breitkopf & Hartel, 

New York. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, 



Boston. 



J. A. Le Barge, 

Nashville, Tenn. 

Fr. Kistner, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Carl Fischer, New York, 



Louis H. Ross & co., 

Boston, 



C. J. Fell, 



Wiikesbarre, Pa. 



D. Miiller, New York. 



Carl Fischer, New York. 



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Titles. 



COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS. 



Joyfulness waltz. By F. Marion Ralston. [For piano.] 
St. Louis: Musical news co. (74161. Rec'd Jan. 3, 
1898.) 199 

Joyous farmer. R. Schumann. Garden of gems, no. 
18. Variations by D. M. H. May. For violin and 
piano. Baltimore: P. J. Lammers. (1898, no. 3093. 
Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 200 

Jubilee march of the Greater New York. Composed 
by W. C. Parker. Op. 270. [Piano.] New York: K. 
Dehnhoff. (1898, no. 288. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 201 

Just tell her that I love her still. Words and music 
by T. J. Casey. Boston : Louis H. Ross & co. (1898, 
no. 2632. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 202 

K. C. B. (The) march. Two-step. For piano by Frank 
Ernst. Yorkville, 111. : Frank Ernst. (1898,'no. 310. 
Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 203 

K. of P. march. Composed by Dr. Win. H. La Ferte. 
[For piano.] Milwaukee/ Wis.: Dr. Wm. H. 
La Ferte. (74023. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 204 

Kappa alpha fraternity. March. ByMableLeeMcFer- 
rin. [For piano.] Nashville, Teun. : H. A. French. 
(1898, no. 294. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 205 

Kentucky (The) journalist. March, two-step. For 
piano. Composed by R. E. Gutterman. Louisville: 
R. E. Gutterman pub. co. (1898, no. 296. Rec'd Jan. 
3, 1898.) 206 

Key (The) to hades. Words by Nixon Waterman. 
Music by Wells R. Hosmer. * Spriugfield, Mass. : 
Springfield music co. (1898, no. 2936. Rec'd Jan. 
4,1898.) 207 

Kinder-tanz. A new dance. Originated by D. B. 
Brenneke. Music by Beardsley Woods. [For piano.] 
Indianapolis, Ind. : Wulschner &. son. (1898, no. 
298. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 208 

Kiralyne" (A.). (Die Konigin.) Magyar-mazurka fur 
pianoforte von A. Elger. op. 16. Oft'enbach a, Main : 
Johann Andre. (1898, no. 3156. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 

209 

Klondike. A song of gold. Words and music by Col. 
Fred Wilson. New York: Harding's music house. 



(64457. Rec'd Jan. 8 

Komm', Karline, komm. 

chart.] [n. i.] (1898, no. 4018 



1898.) 
A. Spahn 



210 



no. 415. 
Rec'd Jan. 



[Musical 

7,1898.) 

211 

Lads and lassies. Sir H. R. Bishop. St. Paul, Minn. : 

W. J. Dyer & bro. [The staudard collection of 

graded songs and choruses.] (73117. Rec'd Jan. 3, 

189S.) 212 

Lady Babbie. Gavotte for the piano, by Otto Cantor. 



London: W. Morley & co. ("1898, 'no. 3426 
Jan. 8, 1898.) 

Lafayette (The). Two-step. 
[For piano.] New York 
Rec'd Jan. 8,1898.) 

Last night. Kjerulf. ^Eolian grand 
(63539. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 



Rec'd 
213 

Composed by M. Bernard. 
Will Rossiter. (74151. 
214 

no. 40183. [n.i.] 
215 



Walter Luhn, St. Louis, Mo. 



P. J. Lammers, 

Baltimore, Md. 



K. Dehuhoff, New York. 

Louis H. Ross & co., 

Boston. 

Frank Ernst, Yorkville, 111. 



Dr. Wm. H. La Ferte, 

Wilwaukee, Wis. 

Mable Lee McFerrin. 



R. E. Gutterman, 

Louisville, Tenn. 



Springfield music co., 

Springfield, Mass. 



Wulschner & son, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



Johann Andre, Offenbach 
a. Main, Germany. 



Frank Harding, 

Whitestone, N. Y, 

Mermod Freres, 

Ste. Croix, Switzerland. 

W.J.Dyer & bio., 

St. Paul, Minn. 



W. Morley & co., 

London, England. 

Will Rossiter, Chicago. 



J. Herbert Chase, supt., 

Merideu, Conn. 



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Titles. 



Late, late, so late. [Anthem.] Arthur W. Nelson, 
[n.i.] (72466. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 216 

Laughing waters. (Fantasie etude.) For the piano- 
forte, by Wilson G. Smith, op. 77. Philadelphia: 
Theodore Presser. (1898, no. 2523. Rec'd Jan. 3, 

1898.) 217 

Lead, kindly light. Cardinal Newman. W. H. Pier- 
son. [Mixed voices.] [n.i.] (1898, no. 3743. Rec'd 
Jan. 6, 1898.) 218 

Lead, kindly light, amid the encircling gloom, no. 416. 
[Musical chart.] [n. i.] (1898, no. 4019. Rec'd 
Jan. 7, 1898.) 219 

Lied. Pour violon avec accompagnement de piano, 
par Georges Pantillon. op. 36, no. 5. Leipzig: 
Fr. Kistner. [Pieces lyriques.] (1898, no. 2826. 
Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 220 

Life (The) of a soldier. Song. The words and music 
by Gerald Lane. no. 1, in 13 flat. New York : Boo- 
sey & co. 1898, no 4024. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 221 

no. 2, in C. New York: Boosey & co. (1898, 

no. 4025. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 222 

no. 3, in D. New York: Boosey & co. (1898, 

no. 4026. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 223 

Lift up your heads. For quartet or chorus. Composed 
by Richard R. Trench. Chicago: C. E. Leslie pub. co. 
(Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 224 

Listen to the mocking bird. With variations. New 
and revised edition. Charles Grobe. op. 608. [For 
piano.] Boston: Oliver Ditson co. (1898, no. 2587. 
Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 225 

Little (The) caporal. March and two-step. By Elinore 
C. Bartlett and Kato Yannah. Arranged by G. L. 
Lansing for banjo. Boston: Louis H. Ross & co. 
(1898, no. 2623. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 226 

For piano, 4 hands. Boston: Louis H. Ross & co. 

(1898, no. 2624. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 227 

Little (A) Dutch garden. Soug. Words by Hattie 
Whitney. Music by L. F. Gottschalk. Boston: 
White-Smith music pub. co. (1898, no. 3975. Rec'd 
Jan. 7, 1898.) 228 



Lonely. For male voices 

Buck. Max Spieker. 
. Lnckhardt & Belder. (70344 



English version by E. 

op. 40, no. 2. New York: 

Rec'dDec. 14,1897.) 

229 



CorYKiGHT Proprietors. 



E. S. Lorenz, 

Dayton, Ohio. 

Theodore Presser, 

Philadelphia. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



Mermod Freres, 

Paris, France. 

Fr. Kistner, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Enoch & sons, 

London, England. 

Do. 
Do. 
Richard R. Trench. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



Louis H. Ross & co., 



Boston. 



Do. 



White-Smith music pub. co. , 
Boston , 



Lnckhardt & Belder, 

New York. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, 



Lord of all being, throned afar. Hymn anthem. 

(Mixed voices.) G. W. Marston. Boston: Arthur 

P. Schmidt. [Octavo series, no. 417.] (1898, no. 

■3980. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 230 

Lost (The) chord, and Rock of ages. Songs, no. 4089. 
[n. i.] [Musical chart.] (1898, no. 4051. Rec'd 
Jan. 8, 1898.) 231 

Love divine, all love excelling. Song for low voice. John Church co., 

By Geo. W. Andrews. Cincinnati, Ohio : John Cincinnati, Ohio, 

Church co. (73836. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 232 j 



Boston. 



Regina music box co., 

Rahway, N. J. 



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Titles. 



Copyright Proprietor.' 



Love me, sweet. Song. Words by Elizabeth Barrett 
Browning. Music by George F. Orrasbv. Boston: 
Louis H. Ross & co/ (1898, no. 2618. Rec'd Jan. 3, 
1898.) 233 

Love's content. A ballad. Music by David Ferguson 
Colville, St. Paul, Minn.: Conovernmsiceo. (62902. 
Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 234 

Love's pleading waltzes. By Herbert Frederick 
[For piano.] Philadelphia: Hatch music co. (1898, 
no. 4143. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) . 235 

Lullaby. Sleep, my baby, calm be thv slumbers. 
W. Rhys-Herbert. St. Paul, Minn. : W. J. Dyer & 
bro. [The standard collection of graded songs and 
choruses.] (73115. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 236 



Lurline. Dance fantasie. 
piano.] New York: M. 
Jan. 8, 1898.) " 



tures) von Robert Eilenberg. op. 19 
piano.] Boston : B. F. Wood music co 
3, 1898.) 

Merry Kate. (Die gliicklicke Kathe.) 
(tone pictures) von Robert Eilenberg. 
[For piano.] Boston : B. F. Wood music co. (Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 949 



no. 2. [For 
(Rec'd Jan. 
248 

10 tonbilder 
op. 19, no. 3. 



Louis H. Ross & co., 



By John W. Bratton. [For 

Witmark & sons. (Rec'd 

237 



Boston. 



Conover music co., 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Herbert Frederici. 



W. J. Dyer & bro., 

St. Paul, Minn. 



M. Witmark 



it sons, 

New York. 



Madrigal. Pour violon avec accompagnement de 
piano, par Georges Pantillou. op. 21, no. 4. 
Leipzic: Fr. Kistner [Pieces lyriques.] (1898. 
no. 2840. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 238 

Mai. (J. O. Bierbaum) Fiir 1 singstimme mit piano- 
forte. Lieder und gesange von Robert Gounod, op. 
23, no. 5. Hoch. Leipzig: Fr. Kistner. (1898, no. 
2836. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 239 

Major (The) and harmonic minor scales, carefully corn- 
piled and fingered by C. J. Schubert. Neligh, Nebr. : 
C.J.Schubert. (73828. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 240 

Mammy. (May Irwin's song.) Hecht. no. 40185. iEolian 
grand. [11. i.] (63537. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 241 

Marianna. Waltz. Waldtenffel. no. 413. [Musical 
chart.] [n.i.] (1898, no. 4016. Rec'd Jan 7, 1898.) 242 

Mary's not as green as she looks. Words by Walter 
H. Ford. Music by John W. Bratton. New York: 
M. Witmark & sons. (Rec'd Jan. 3. 1898.) 243 

Mazurka. For violin and piano. Bv Mrs. H. H. A. 
Beach, op. 40, no. 3. Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt. 
(1898, no. 3749. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 244 

Me an' ma' Nancy Lou. Words and music by Margaret 
J. Breakey. Lawrenceburg, Ind. : M. j! Breakey. 
(Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 245 

Melodie sans paroles. Pour violon avec accompagne- 
ment de piano, par Georges Pantillou. op. 21, no. 3. 
[Pieces lyriques.] Leipzig: Fr. Kistner. (1898, no. 
2841. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 246 

Menuet. Pour violon avec aecompaguement de piano, 
par Georges Pantillou. op. 21, no. 2. Leipzig: Fr. 
Kistner. [Pieces lyriques.] (1898, no. 2842. Rec'd 
Jan. 4, 1898.) 247 

Merry go round. (Carrousel.) 10 tonbilder (tone pic- 



Fr. Kistner, 

Leipzic, Germany. 



Fr. Kistner, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



C. J. Schubert, 

Neligh, Nebr. 

J J. Herbert Chase, supt., 

Meriden, Conn, 

Mermod Freres, 

Ste. Croix, Switzerland! 

M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 



I Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



Margaret J. Breakey, 

Lawrenceburg, Ind. 

Fr. Kistner, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Do. 



B. P. Wood music co., 

Boston. 



Do. 



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Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Merry (The) plowboy. (Old English.) For the piano. 
Composed and carefully fingered by Frederick Bos- 
eovitz. Philadelphia: Theodore Pressor. (1898, 
no. 2531. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 250 



Theo. Presser, 



Philadelphia. 



Midsummer night. For piano bv L. E.Orth. 
no. 6. Boston : Miles & Thompson. (67933. 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 



op. 3, ] Miles & Thompson, 
Rec'd Boston. 

251 

Mill (The) in the black forest. (Die miihle im schwarz- Theo. Presser, 
wald.) Descriptive idylle. Edited by W. J. Baltzell. [ Philadelphia. 

Rich. Eilenberg. op. 52. Piano, 4 hands. . Phila- 
delphia: Theodore Presser. (1898, no. 2524. Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 252 ' 



Will Rossiter, Chicago. 



American musical ass'n, 

Chicago. 



Enoch & cie., 



Paris, France. 



Millie (The) Wilson waltzes. By Lewis Reiterman. 
[For piano.] New York: Will Rossiter. (74153. 
Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 253 

Minuet. Walton Perkins. [Forpiano.] [n. i.] (1898, 
no. 3481. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 254 

Montmartre. Suite de valses, sur des motifs de Paul 
Delniet. Pour le piano. Edmond Missa. Paris: 
Enoch & cie. (1898. no. 108. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 255 

[For full orchestra.] Paris : Enoch & cie. (1898, 

no. 107. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 256 

Mothers (A) last request. Song. Words and music F. C. Adams & co., 
by Ernest C. Filkins. Jersey City, N. J.: F. C. Jersey City, N. J. 

Adams & co. (1898, no. 4086. Rec'd Jan. 8,1898.) 

257 

Mountain (The) stream. (Am fergstrom.) For male Luckhardt & Belder 
voices. English version by E. Buck. E. Kollner. ' New York. 

New York: Luckhardt & Belder. (70327*. Rec'd 
Dec. 14, 1897.) 258 



Do. 



Miles & Thompson, 



Mowers (The). For piano by L. E. Orth. op. 3, no. 4. 

Boston : Miles & Thompson. (67935. Rec'd Jan. 3, Boston. 

1898.) 259 

My African queen. Words and music by Barney Chas. K. Harris, 
Fagan. Arranged bv Jas. Clauder. Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Wis.: Chas. K. Harris". (62909. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 

260 

My boyhood's dreams. Song. Words by Mrs. Percy Phillips & Page, 
White. Music by Eric. A. Chapman. Key of F. ' London W., England. 

Loudon: Phillips & Page. (1898. no. 61." Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 261 



Geo. L. Spaulding, 

New York. 



Regina music box co., 

Rahway, N. J. 



My dear little common sense girl, Song. Words and 
music bv Marable. New York: George L. Spauld- 
ing. (1898, no. 3766. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 262 

My gal's a high born lady, and She wanted something 
to play with. Songs, no. 4090. [Musical chart.] 
[n.i.] (1898, no. 4052. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 263 j 

My harp is untuned, Great Master. Song, mezzo- Thos. Goggan Sc bro., 
soprano or baritone. Composed by Raphael Koester. j Galveston, Tex. 

Galveston: Thos. Goggan & bro. (1898, no. 4093. 
Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 264 

My highland lassie, O. Poem by Robert Burns. Music Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, 
by William Wallace Gilchrist. Philadelphia: Theo- 
dore Presser. (1898, no. 2532. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 

265 , 



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My love for thine." "Waltz. For pianoforte. By 
Richard Stalil. New York: Carl Fischer. [C Fisch- 
er's edition.] (1898, no. 2601. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 266 



My love will follow you. 
Vivien Kerr. Baltimore 
no. 3482. Rec'd Jan. 6,1 



Words and music by Jessie 
Sanders & Stayman. (1898, 
398.) 267 



My old Kentucky home. Transcription. J. Albert 
Snow. [For piano.] Boston: Louis H. Ross & co. 
(1898, no. 2625. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898. ) 268 

My pet waltz. Composed by M. J. Warmkessel. [For 
piano.] Reading, Pa. : W. C. Greth. (1898, no. 514-1. 
Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 269 

Myosotis. (Forget-me-not.) Polka. For piano. Her- 
bert M. Crane. New York : D. M tiller. [D. Miiller's 
ed.,no. 12.] (1898, no. 2465. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 270 

'Neath the old forest tree. Waltz song. Words and 
music by Chas. H. Childs. Kansas City, Mo. : Chas. 
H. Childs. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 271 

New (A) leaf. Words by Carrie Shaw Price. Music 
by Mrs. Joseph F. Knapp. New York : Wm. A. Pond 
& co. (1898, no. 3097. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 272 

Night. A song. Words by Guy Wetmore Carryl. 
Music by Maude Pannill Mead. St. Paul, Minii. : 
Conover music co. (62901. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898 ) 273 

Night (A) in June. (Sommernacht.) Nocturne. For 
the piano by Charles Becker, op. 76. New York: 
Christian Schiifer. (1898, no. 3479. Rec'd Jan. 6, 
1898.) 274 

Northern spy. Lancers. [For piano.] A. Wilson. - 
New York: D. Miiller. [D. Miiller's ed. no. 1.] 
(1898, no. 2447. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 275 

Not what ; Ria wanted. Written by Hary Pleon. Com- 
posed by William F. Closs. London: Francis, Day 
& Hunter. (1898, no. 3411. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 276 

Now to-day's here. (Heute ist heut'.) For mixed 
voices. English version by E. Buck. Max v. Wein- 
zierl. op. 43, no. 2. New York : Luckhardt & Bol- 
der. (70330. Rec'd Dec. 14, 1897.) 

O Thou to whose all-searching sight. Solo. Music 
by Minnie Alton Bailey. Washington, D. C. : Henry 
White. (1898, no. 2593. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 278 

O wert thou in the cauld blast. Poem by Robt. Burns. 
Music by William Wallace Gilchrist. Philadelphia : 
Theodore Presser. (1898, no. 2533. Rec'd Jan. 3, 

1898.) 279 

Octavia. Reverie. Composed by Edward H. Kruo-er. 
[For piano.] Galveston: Thos. Goggan & bro : 
(1898, no. 4095. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 280 

Off to dreamland. (In's traumland.) 10 Tonbilder ' 
(tone pictures), von Robert Eilenberg. op. 19 ! 
no. 7. [For piano.] Boston : B. F. Wood music co! 
(Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 281 

Old cabin home. T. Paine. St. Paul, Minn.: W. J. 
Dyer & bro. [The standard collection of graded songs 
and choruses.] (73122. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 282 



Carl Fischer, New York. 



Jessie Vivien Kerr. 



Louis H. Ross & co., 

Boston. 

M. J. Warmkessel, 

Mertztown, Pa. 

D. Miiller, New York. 



Chas. H. Childs, 

Kansas City, Mo. 



Wm. A. Pond & co., 

New York. 

Conover music co., 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Christian Schiifer, 

New York. 



D. Miiller, New York. 



Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London, England. 

Luckhardt & Belder, 

New York. 



Henry White, 

Washington, D. C. 



Theo. Presser, 



Philadelphia, 



Thos. Goggan & bro., 

Galveston, Tex. 



B. F. Wood music co., 

Boston. 



W.J.Dyer & bro., 

St. Paul, Minn, 



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Titles. 



Old folks at home. For male or female voices. Words 
and music by Stephen C. Foster. St. Paul, Minn. : 
W. J. Dyer & bro. [The standard collection of 
graded music and choruses.] (73120. Rec'd Jan. 3, 
1898. 283 

Old Kentucky home. Folk song. Words and music 
by Stephen C. Foster. St. Paul, Minn. : W.J. Dyer 
A: bro. [The standard collection of graded songs 
and choruses.] (73116. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 281 

Old (The), old story. Song, with waltz refrain. By 
Chas. W. McClure. Kansas City, Mo. : J. W. Jenkins' 
sons. (1898, no. 2931. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 285 

Old (The) town carnival march. Two-step. By 
Gedeon R. Comptois. For 2 banjos. Auburn, Me. : 
Gedeon Richard. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 286 

Omnipotence, (The). (Die Allmacht.) By Franz 
Schubert. op. 79. [Mixed voices.] New York: 
Luckhardt & Belder. (70333. Rec'd Dec. 11, 

1897.) 287 



Only a dream of the past. 
["Musical chart.] [n.i.] 
3,1898.) 



Song. Deane. no. 1553. 

(1898,no.l46. Rec'd Jan. 

288 



Oriental blossoms. Waltz. For piano by Isador 
Sachs, op. 13. New York: Carl Fischer. (1898, 
no. 308. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898. ) 289 

Pa from Africa. Written and composed by Harry 
Brett. London: Charles Sheard&co. (1898, no. 75. 
Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 290 

"Preony." Waltz. For piano. J.Frank. New York: 
D. Mtiller. [D. Miiller's eel., no. 7.] (1898, no. 2456. 
Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 291 

Palmira. Polka. Giorza. no. 414. [Musical chart.] 
[n.i.] (1898, no. 4017. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 292 

Palms (The). Lesrameaux. J. Faure. [Transcription 
for piano] by Charles Kunkle. St. Louis: Kunkle 
bros. (189S, no. 5208. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 293 

Pau- American. March and two-step. By Emily P. 
Hepworth. Arranged by J. Bodewalt Lampe. [For 
piano.] Buffalo. N. Y. : Lampe music co. (Rec'd 
Jan. 8, 1898.) 291 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Pas des amphores. 2d air de ballet. C. Chaminade. 
op. 37, no. 1. Revised and lingered by A. Bechter. 
Philadelphia : Hatch music co. [Classic and modern 
pianoforte solos.] (1898, no. 4145. Rec'd Jan. 3, 
1898.) 295 

Pastoral. With variations. (Pastorale varie.) For 

piano by W. A. Mozart. Edited and fingered by 

Maurito Leefson. Philadelphia: Theodore Pressor. 

, (1898, no. 2522. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 296 

Pastoral or offertory. For the organ. Hamilton 
Clarke. London and New York: Novello, Ewer &. 
co. (1898, no. 2820. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 297 

Pay sage d'automne. Pour violon avec accompagne- 
ment de piano, par Georges Pantillon. op. 36, no. 
6. Leipzig: Fr. Kistuer. [Pieces lyriques.] (1898, 
no. 2827. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 298 



W. J. Dyer & bro., 

St. Paul, Minn. 



Do. 



Chas. W. McClure, 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Gedeon Richard, 

Auburn, Me. 

Luckhardt & Belder, 

New York. 



Regina music box co., 

Railway, N. J. 

Carl Fischer, New York. 



Chas. Sheard & co., 

London, England. 



D. Miiller, 



New York. 



Mermod Freres, 

Ste. Croix, Switzerland. 

Kunkle bros., 

St. Louis, Mo. 

John T. Hepworth. 



Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 



Theo. Pressor, 



Philadelphia. 



Novello, Ewer & co., 

New York. 



Fr. Kistner, 

Leipzig, Germany 



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Penitence, pardon, and peace. A short lenten cantata. 
For soprano (or tenor) and baritone soli and chorus. 
The words selected from holy writ by Rev. W. J. 
Bettison, M. A. Music by J. H. Maunder. Loudon 
and New York: Novello, Ewer & co. (1898, no. 
2819. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 299 

Pictures of travel. No. 313. Of strange lands and 
people. E. Schumann, op. 15, no. 1. For the piano- 
forte. Edited by Albert Ross Parsons. Boston: 
Silver, Burdette & co. (1898, no 4090. Rec'd Jaji. 
8,1898.) 300 

Pilgrim, burdened with thy sin. Response. (Mixed 
voices.) G. W. Marston. Boston : Arthur P. Schmidt. 
[Octavo series, no. 418.] (1898, no. 3981. Rec'd Jan. 
7,1898.) 301 

Pipistrello. Song. no. 1, inD. The words and ninsic 
by Gerald Lane. New York: Boosev & co. (1898, 
no. 3162. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 302 

no. 2, in E. The words and music by Gerald Lane. 

New York: Boosey & co. (1898, no. 3163. Rec'd 
Jan. 5, 1898.) 303 

no. 3, in F. The words and music by Gerald Lane. 

New York: Boosev & co. (1898, no. 3164. Rec'd 
Jan. 5, 1898.) 304 

Place (The) called Calvary. E.E.Hewitt. Howard 
E.Smith. [Mixed voices.] [n. i.] (73086. Rec'd 
Jan. 6, 1898.) 305 

Place (The) where I was born. Song. The words by 
Clifton Bingham. The music by Frederick Bevan., 
no. 1, in D. New York: Boosey & co. (1898, no. 
4021. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 306 

no. 2, in E flat. New York': Boosey & co. (1898, 

no. 4022. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898. ) 307 

no. 3, in F. New York : Boosev & co. (1898, no. 

4023. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 308 



Poeme pour violon et orchestre. Par Ernest Chausson. 

op. 25. Pour violon et piano. Leipzig: Breitkopf & 

Hartel. (1898, no. 2850. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 309 
Poeta (El). March and two-step. Composed by Lewis 

Reiterman. [For piano.] New York: Will Rossiter. 

(Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 310 

Polnische nationallieder fiir harmonium. Bearbeitet 
von Richard Lange. Berlin, S. W. : Carl Simon. 
(Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898. ) 311 

Poor (A) newsboy. Words by F. L. Pease. Music by 
Leon O..Underhill. Rochester, N. Y. : Underhill 
music co. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 312 

Power (The) of a smile. Words and music by Helena 
Bmgham. Harvard, 111. : Helena Bingham. (73830 
Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 313 

Praise, my soul, the God that sought thee. Song for 
low voice. By Geo. W.Andrews. Cincinnati, Ohio : 
John Church co. (73837. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 314 

Present arms. (Scene militaire.) For the piano 
Composed and carefully fingered by Frederick 
Boscovitz. Philadelphia: Theodore Presser. (1898 
no. 2526. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 315 



Copyright Proprietor? 



J. H. Maunder, 

Great Britain. 



Silver, Burdette & co., 

Boston. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, 



Boston, 



Enoch and sons, 

London, England. 

Do. 



Do. 



Hall-Mack co., 

Philadelphia. 

Enoch & sons, 

London, England. 



Do. 
Do. 



Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 

New York. 



Will Rossiter, 



New York. 



Carl Simon, 

Berlin, S.W., Ger. 

Underhill music co., 

Rochester, N. Y. 



Harvard, 111. 



John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Theo. Presser, Philadelphia. 



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Copyright Proprietors. 



Pride of our Louie. March and two-step. Composed Harry P. Wagner. 
by Harry B, Wagner. [For piano.] Pittsburg, Pa. : 
Bailer's music house. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) ' 316 



Pride of the north. March and two-step. Miss M. 
Montagria. [For piano.] Philadelphia: Theodore 
Presser. (18L8. no. 25i8. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.). 317 

Priere. Pour violon avec accompagneiuent de piano, 
jiar Georges Pantillon. op. 21, no. 1. Leipzig: Fr. 
Kistner. [Pieces lvriques.] (1898, no. 2837. Rec'd 
Jan. 4, 1898.) 318 

Psyche (The) gavotte. By Isadore Sampsen. A beauti- 
ful new dance in waltz and gavotte tempo. [For 
piano.] Kansas City, Mo. : M. Senter & co. (1898, 
no. 4153. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898. ) 319 

Queen (The) of New York. Waltzes. By Lawrence 
B. O'Connor. Piano. Boston: White-Smith music 
pub. co. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 320 

Race (A) with death. Song and chorus. Music by 
J.R.Dunham. Chariton, Iowa: Rev. H. P. Jackson. 
(1898, no. 297. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 321 

Rechte (Der) fleck. (H. Wichterich.) (Aus den 
"Fliegenden blattern.") Heitere lieder fur eine 
singstimme mit begleitung des pianoforte, componirt 
von Julius O. Grimm. op. 26. no. 6. Fiir hohe 
stimme. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Hartel. (1898, no. 
3119. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 322 

Red (The) breast of the robin. An Irish legend. 
Music by Amanda Kennedy Moore. Boston: Louis 
H. Ross & co. (1898, no. 2620. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 

323 

Reminiscenz. (Reminiscence.) (Gedicht von Friedrich 
Hebbel.) English translation by Olga L. Sturm. 
Lied von Peter Cornelius. (Nacbgelassene werke.) 
Leipzig: Breitkopf & Hartel. (1898, no. 2848. Rec'd 
Jan. 4, 1898.) - 324 

Reporting the news for the press. Song and chorus, j Will Rossiter, Chicago. 

Words by Geo. J. Southwick. Music by W. R. Wil- 
liams. Arranged by Lewis Reiterman. New York: 
Will Rossiter. (74157. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 325 



Theo. Presser, Philadelphia. 



Fr. Kistner, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



M. Senter & co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 



White-Smith music pub. co. 
Boston. 

H. P.. Jackson and J. R. 
Dunham, Chariton, Iowa. 

Breitkopf & Hartel, 

New York. 



Louis H. Ross & co. 



Boston. 



Breitkopf & Hartel, 

New York. 



Ricordo. March for piano. Composed by Frank Russo. 
Ashtabula, Ohio : H. F. Bvler. (1898, no. 300. Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 326 

Ring out ye merry Christmas bells. (Christmas carol.) 
Bv Kate Yanderpoel. [n.i.] (71848. Rec'd Jan. 

3, 1898.) 327 

Roamer (The). (Men's voices.) English version by 
F. W. Bancroft. Erik Meyer-Helmund. op. 152, 
no. 3. Boston : Arthur P. Schmidt. [Octavo series, 
no. 213.] (1898, no. 71. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 328 

Romance sans paroles. Pour violoncelle, avec accom- 
pagnement de piano par Charles Davidoff, op. 23. 
Transcribed for the organ by Edwin H. Lemare. 
Leipzig: Fr. Kistner. (1898, no. 2815. Rec'd Jan. 

4, 1898.) 329 

Rondinetto. Pour violon, avec accompagnement de 
piano par Georges Pantillon. op. 36, no. 4. Leipzig : 
Fr. Kistner. [Pieces lyrique.] (1898, no. 2825. 
Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 330 



H. F. Byler, 

Ashtabula, Ohio. 



Orpheus pub. co., Chicago. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, 



Fr. Kistner, 

Leipsig, Germany 



Do. 



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Roseate (The) hues of early dawn. Sacred part-song White-Smithniusicpub.co., 
for female voices. C. F. Alexander. Alonzo Stone. Boston. 

Boston : White-Smith music pub. co. (1898, no. 3096. 
Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 331 

Rustic dances. (5Landler.) For guitar. Charles J. Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
Dorn. op. 44. Boston: Oliver Ditson co. (1898, 
no. 2585. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 332 



St. John's night at the Rhine. (Johannisnacht am 
Rhein.) For mixed voices. English version by E. 
Buck. M. Meyer- Albersleben. op. 23, no. 3. New 
York : Luckhardt & Belder. (70328. Rec'd Dec. 14, 
1897.) 333 

Sallv Ann. Song and refrain. Words and music by 
William H. Sewell. Philadelphia, Pa.: Wm. H. 
Hennaman. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 334 

"Satisfied." (A reverie.) By A. J. Maxham. [Vocal.] 
Washington, D. C: Sanders & Stayman. (1898, 
no. 3983. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 335 

Say ! will you meet me there f May Maurice. Wm. J. 
Kirkpatrick. [Mixed voices.] [n. i.] (TUGS. Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 336 

Sckomacker gold-string piano. Caprice brillant. Bv 
Charles Drumheller. [For piano.] [n. i.] (1898, 
no. 2633. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 337 

Seeks fugen fiir orgel. Von Carl Kockert. op. 52. 
Berlin, S. W. : Carl Simon. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898. ) 338 

Selection from Fra Diavolo. Auber. Arranged by 
Geo. L. Tracy. [For orchestra.] Boston : Oliver 
Ditson co. (1898, no. 3742. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 339' 

Sensation. York. Eugene's. [For orchestra.] New 
York: C. Schuster & son. (72220. 1 copy rec'd 
Dec. 21, 1897, and 1 copy Jan. 6, 1898.) 340 

Serenade. High voice in D. Percy Bysshe Shelley. 
Paul Ambrose, op. 12, no. 1. Boston: Oliver Dit- 
son co. (1898, no. 2584. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 341 

Serenade. (Nachtgruss.) For mixed voices. Eng- 
lish version by E. Buck. Arnold Kroegel. op. 14. 
New York: Luckhardt & Belder. (70331. Rec'd 
Dec. 14, 1897.) 342 

Shadows in the fire. Words anonymous. Music by 
Elmer A. Todd. Chicago: Windsor music co. 
(66568. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 313 

Shall we always be sweethearts. Song. AVords and 
music by Helena Bingham. Harvard, 111. : Helena 
Bingham. (73831. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 341 

She was my sister. Song and chorus. Composed by 
Jessie Cherry. Chicago, 111: The Thompson music 
co. (l898,no.2591. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 345 

She's a winsome, wee thing. Poem by Robt. Burns. 
Music by William Wallace Gilchrist. Philadel- 
phia: Theodore Presser. (1898, no. 2534. Rec'd Jan. 
3,1898.) 34 G 

She's my darling Kate. Schottische. (Song and 
dance.) Eugene's. [For orchestra,] New York: 
C.Schuster & son. (72221. Rec'd 1 copy Dec. 21, 
1897, and 1 copy Jan. 6, 1898. ) 347 



Luckhardt & Belder, 

New York. 



Wm. H. Hennaman, 

Philadelphia. 

A. J. Maxham, 

Washington, D. C. 

Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. 

! Charles Drumheller, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Carl Simon, 

Berlin, S. W., Germany. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



C. Schuster & son, 

New York. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



Luckhardt & Belder, 

New York. 



Windsor music co., Chicago 



Harvard, 111. 

Thompson music co., 

Chicago. 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia 



C. Schuster & son, 

New York. 



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Shooting tlie chutes. Galop brillant. For piano- 
forte, hv Charles D.Blake. Boston: Louis H.Ross 
feco. '(1898, no. 2626. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 348 

Sing" once more the old, old story. (Christmas carol.) 
Words by Marion Conner. Music by Walter 0. 
Wilkinson. New York: Luckhardt & Belder. 
(70335^. Rec'd Dec. 14, 1897.) 319 



Sirrne(La)valse. Thome, no. 20237. 
[n.i.] (63511. Rec'd Jan. 3. 1898.) 



.Folia n grand. 
350 



Louis H. Ross & co., Boston. 



Luckhardt & Belder, 

New York. 



J. Herbert Chase, supt., 

Meriden, Conn, 



r Sobrelasolas." (Over the waves.) Waltz by Juren- Carl Fischer, New York, 
tino Rosas. Arranged by E. H. Frey for mandolin 
and guitar. New York: Carl Fischer. [C.Fischer's 
ed., no. 60.] (1898, no. 2605. Rec'd Jan. 3, 18980 

351 



Softly now the light of day. Geo. B. Nevin. [Solos 
and chorus.] [n.i.] (1898, no. 3353. Rec'd Jan. 5, 
1898.) 352 

Sonate (no. 3) fiir pianoforte und violoncell. Yon Carl 
Reinecke. op. 238. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Hiirtel. 
(1898, no. 2819. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 353 

Song (A) of four seasons. (When spring comes laugh- 
ing.) The poem by Austin Dobson. Arthur Foote. 
Low voice. B flat. Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt. 
(1898, no. 3355. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 354 



Oliver Ditson co., 



Boston. 



Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 

New York. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



Song of praise. [Anthem.] E. L. Ashford. 
(72472. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 



[n. i.] E. L. Lorenz, Davton, Ohio. 
355 



Hall-Mack co. 



Philadelphia. 



Soul refreshing songs. For use in religious meetings. 
Edited bv Rev. E. L. Hyde. [Music book.] Phila- 
delphia: * Hall-Mack co. (73089. Rec'd Jan. 6, 
1898.) 356 

Sounds from ely siu m. Reverie. By A. Bergt. Duet Kunkelbros., St. Louis, Mo. 
for 2 [pianos. Transcribed bv Kunkel-Conrath. St. 
Louis : Kunkel bros. (1898, no. 5209. Rec'd Jan. 8, 
1898.) 357 



Miss Emma Curry, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Sparkling cascade. Waltz for piano. Composed by 
Miss Emma B. Curry. Arranged by Miss Bessie 
Ayliner Tucker. Cincinnati, Ohio : Published by the 
author. (1898, no. 301. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 358 

Spielbuch. Die alleresten stiicke, fiir jeden klavier- B. F. Wood music co, 
schiiler. Yon Bernhard Wolfe, op. 185. Boston: Boston. 

B. F. Wood music co. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 359 



Springtime. Mazurka. (Yorke.) For piano. A. Wil- D. Miiller, 
son. New York: D. Miiller. [D. Miiller's ed., no. 4.] 
(1898, no 2451. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 360 



New York. 



Spring's awakening, no. 1, in C. Words by Mark Am- 
bient. Music bv Franco Leoni. London : Hough- 
ton & co. (1898, no. 60. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 361 

Springtime (The) of life. Aus des libens lenz. For Theo.Presser, Philadelphia, 
the piano. Edited by W. J. Baltzell. H. Lichner. 
op. 60, no. 4. Philadelphia: Theodore Presser. 
(1898, no. 2536. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 362 



Houghton & co., 

London, England, 



Story (The) of grace. Mrs. J. G. W. Mrs. J. G. Wil- 
son. [Mixed voices.] [n. i.] (71163. Rec'd Jan. 
3, 1898.) 363 

4 



Mrs. J. G.Wilson, 

Philadelphia. 



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Strauipelcken. (Victor JBliithgen.) [Fur 1 singstiinine 
mit piano.] Liederund gesange von Robert Gounod, 
op. 23, no. 4. Hoch. Leipzig: Fr. Kistner. (1898, 
no. 2835. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 364 

Stiicke fiir eine spieluhr. Miindlicher iiberlieferung 
zufolge. Componirt von Joh. Seb. Bach. no. 1. 
Fantasia fiir klavier. iibertragen von A. Klughardt. 
Leipzig: Breitkopf & Hartel. (1898, no. 3787. Rec'd 
Jan. 7, 1898.) 365 

Sunflower polka. For piano and organ. Bv Alma An- 
derson. [Piano.] [n. i. ] (1898, no. 299. " Rec'd Jan. 
3, 1898.) 366 

Sunshine. Words and music by W. R. Williams, ar- 
ranged by Lewis Reiterman. New York : Will Ros- 
iter. (74155. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 367 

Sweet be thy rest. [Men's voices.] English version 
by F.W. Bancroft. Erik Meyer-Helmund. op. 152, 
no. 2. Boston : Arthur P. Schmidt. [Octavo series, 
no. 212.] (1898, no. 70. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 368 

Sweet Liza. A coon song and dance. Words and 
music by M. Deane. New York: Chas. W. Held. 
(1898, no. 289. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898. ) 369 

Sweet Rosie Magee. Waltz song with chorus. Words 
by Wm. F. McGill. Composed bv C. H. Collins. 
Troy, N. Y. : E. H. Miller. (1898, no. 4146. Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 370 

Sweet sorrow waltzes. By Albert D. Liefeld. Piano 
solo. Pittsburg, Pa.: Havdn music co. (Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 371 

Sweeter than June roses. Ballad written and com- 
posed by Mrs. Julia Shelton. [n. i.l (1898, no. 3480. 
Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 372 

Swell special. March. For mandolin and guitar. John 
T. Sibley. St. Louis, Mo. : Drumheller music co. 
(1898, no. 2651. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 373 

Sylvan grove. Schottische. For piano. H. Bailey. 
New York: D. Miiller. [D. Muller's ed., no. 11.1 
(1898, no. 2462. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 374 

Sylvia caprice. Janssen, do. 2187. [Musical chart.] 
[n.i.] (1898, no. 145. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 375 

Take back your gold. Song. Rosen feld. no. 1555. 
[Musical chart.] [n.i.] (1898, no. 144. Rec'd Jan. 
3,1898.) 376 > 

Take me back, babe. Symphony de coon. Chorus 
arranged in rag time. Words and music by T. Bar- 
rett McMahon. Boston: G. W. Setchell. (1898 no 
305. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) '377 

Tanz-nouvelle. (Dance-noVel.) 5 tanzpoeme, mit eiuen 
intermezzo und einen epilog, fiirKlavier zu 4 kiinden 
Componirt von Philipp Scharwenka. op. 103 no 1 
^JL 1 ' in E flat - Leipzig: Breitkopf & Hartel! 
(1898, no. 3788. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 378 

— no. 3, heft 2, in D. Leipzig : Breitkopf & Hartel. 
(1898, no. 3790. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 379 

"TTono" 5 ' h ot* 3 > in F - Le iP 7 ig = Breitkopf & Hartel. 
(1898 3 no. 3789. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 380 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Fr. Kistner, Leipzig, 

Germany. 



Breitkopf & Hartel, 

New York. 



Alma Anderson. 



Will Rossiter, Chicago. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



Chas. W. Held, New York. 



E. H. Miller, Troy, N. Y. 



Albert D. Liefeld. 



American musical ass'n, 

Chicago. 

John T. Sibley, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

D. Miiller, New York. 



Regina music bos co., 

Rahway, N. J. 

Do. 



Geo. W. Setchell, Boston. 



Breitkopf & Hartel, 

New York, 



Do. 
Do. 



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Tavantelle. A flat major. 
Arthur L. Brown, op. 10. 
Hartel. (1898, no. 3339. 



For the pianoforte, by 

New York: Breitkopf & 

Pec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 381 



Tennessee (The). Two-step. By Lizbeth J. Shields. 
[For piano.] Nashville, Tenn. : P. Dorman & co. 
(1898, no. 295. Rec'd Jan 3, 1898.) 382 

"Teresita." Waltz. Pudolph Aronson. For orches- 
tra. New York: Carl Fischer. [C. Fischer's ed. no. 
860. J (1898, no. 2597. Pec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 383 

Terpsichore, no. 317. Allegretto in D flat. Bee- 
thoven, op. 27, no. 2. For the pianoforte. Edited 
bv Albert Poss Parsons. Boston: Silver. Burdett 
& co. (1898, no. 4089. Pec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 384 



That's the cause of it. 
C. H. Kerr. [n. i.] 



Song. Words and music bv 
(Pec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 385 



There always will be fairies. Written by F. V. St. 
Clair. Composed by Cuthbert Clarke. London : 
Francis, Day & Hunter. (1898, no. 3412. Pec'd Jan. 
5, 1898.) 386 

There is no night in heaven . Hymn anthem. Francis 
Winden Knollis. Frederic Field Billiard. [Mixed 
voices.] [n.i.] (1898, no. 3352. Pec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 



Breitkopf & Hartel, 

New York. 



R. Dorman & co., 

Nashville, Tenn. 



Carl Fischer, New York. 



Silver, Burdett & co., 

Boston. 



Will Rossiter, Chicago. 



Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London, England. 



Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



There was an old soldier. Male chorus. By Francis 
Campbell. New York: Luckhardt & Belder. (Rec'd 
Dec. 14, 1897.) 388 

There's a county house for pauper folks like you. 
Words by E. E. Davenport. Music by Dave Fitzgib- 
bon. Boston: Louis H.Ross & co. (1898, no. 2621. 
Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 389 

There's something I would tell. Words and music by 
Florence Holton. Chicago : Lyon &Healy. (1898, 
no. 287. Pec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 390 

They take off their hats to our flag. Words by Merlin. 
Music by S. Potter. New York: Boosev & co. 
(Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 391 

Thistle (The). Catherine Williams. Old English 
melody. St. Paul, Minn. : W. J. Dyer & bro. [The 
standard collection of graded songs and choruses.] 
(73118. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 392, 

"Thoroughbred." Two-step. By Fahrbach Tobani. j 
Arranged by E. H. Frey for mandolin, banjo, and | 
guitar. New York: Carl Fischer. [C. Fischer's 
ed., no. 59.] (1898. no. 2606. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 

393 j 

Thoughts of home. (Reverie.) Forthepiano. Com-! 
posed and carefully fingered by Frederick Boscovitz. ! 
Philadelphia: Theodore Presser. (1898, no. 2530. : 
Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 394 | 

Through the long days. The poem by John Hay. Ar- 
thur Foote. High voice in F. Boston : Arthur P. 
Schmidt. (1898, no. 3747. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 395 ! 

Low voice in E flat. Boston : Arthur P. Schmidt. 

(1898, no. 3356. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 396 | 



Luckhardt & Belder, 

New York. 



Louis H. Ross & co. 



Willcocks & co. 



Boston. 



Frank Holton, Chicago. 



W. J. Dyer & bro., 

St. Paul, Minn. 



Carl Fischer, 



Theo. Presser, 



New York. 



Philadelphia. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



Do. 



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Thy home is with the humble, Lord. (Mixed voices.) 
Hymn by F. W. Faber. C. D. Underhill. Bostou : 
Arthur P. Schmidt. [Sacred octavo series, no. 381.] 
(1898, uo. 15. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 397 

Tiffer(The). March. (Two-step.) J. C Held. For or- 
chestra. New York : Carl Fischer. [C. Fischer's ed., 
no. 857.] (1898, no. 2612. Eec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 398 

Tip top. Polka. For piano. S. Wood. New York : 
D. Miiller. [D. Miiller's ed., no. 5.] (1898, no. 2454. 
Eec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 399 



10 tonbilder (tone 

op. 19, no. 4. [For 

music co. (Eec'd 

400 



Tired of play. (Des spieles miide. ) 
pictures), von Robert Eilenberg. 
piano.] Boston: B. F. "Wood 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 

Tivoli. Lancers. For piano. D. Miiller. New York: 
D.Miiller. [D. Miiller's ed., no. 9.] (1898, no. 2459. 
Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 401 

Token (A). Song. Poetry by Win. H. Gardner. Mu- I 
sic by Otto Cantor. Boston : White-Smith music 
pub. co. (1898, no. 73. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 402 

Topics of the times. March. (Two-step.) For piano. 
W.H.Baker. New York: D. Miiller. [D. Miiller's 
ed.,no. 12.] (1898, no. 2464. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 403 

Frotzkopfcken. Lied fiir eine sopranstimme mit 
klavierbegleitung. Komponirt von Franz Poenitz. 
op. 43. Berlin, S. W. : Carl Simon. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 
1898.) 404 

Twelve compositions for violin and piano in the first 
position. By Hans Sitt. op. 26, book 1. Revised 
and fingered by Gustav Saenger. New York : 
Carl Fischer. [C. Fischer's ed.J (1898, no. 2607. ! 
Rec'd Jan. 3,1898.) 405 \ 

book 2. Bevised and fingered by Gustav Saenger. i 

New York: Carl Fischer. [C. Fischer's ed.] 
(1898, no. 2608. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 406 

Two concert studies in E flat, for the pianoforte. By 
Edwin A. Grasse. op. 1, no. 1. Leipzig: Breitkopf 
& Hartel. (1898, no. 3340. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 407 

(1898, no. 
408 

Two (The) grenadiers. (Men's voices.) Robert Schu- 
mann. Arranged by Frank J. Smith. Boston: 
Arthur P. Schmidt. [Octavo series, no. 219.] (1898, 
no. 3979. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 409 

Two-twenty-ten. March. Will F. Stewart. [For 
piano.] Chicago: Banner co. (1898, no. 2617. Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1897.) 410 



I 



— no. 2. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Hartel. 
3341. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 



Tyrolese (The) and his child. 
Variations by D. M. H. May. 
Baltimore: P. J. Lammers. 
Jan. 4, 1898.) 



Garden of gems, no. 9. 

For violin and piano. 

(1898, no. 3092. Eec'd 

411 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



Carl Fischer, New York. 



D. Miiller, New York. 



B. F. Wood music co., 

Boston. 



D. Miiller, New York. 



White-Smith music pub. co., 
Boston. 



D. Miiller, New York. 



Carl Simon, 

Berlin. S. W., Germany. 



Carl Fischer, New York. 



Do. 



Breitkopf & Hartel, 

New York 



Do. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



Banner co., Chicago. 






P. J. Lammers, 

Baltimore, Md. 



Under the double eagle. March. 
20241. ^Eolian grand, [n.i.] 

3,1898.) 



J. F. Wagner, no. 

(63526. Rec'd Jan. 

412 



Herbert J. Chase, supt 

Meriden, Conn. 






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Union (The) flag. (Hail to the Union Hag, all hail.) 
Owen Morris. Donizetti. St. Paul, Minu. : W.J. 
Dyer & bro. [The standard collection of graded 
songs and choruses.] (73119. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 413 

Up to date, 98. Up-to-date songs. A collection of pop- 
ular songs published in no other book. [Musicbook] 
Baltimore: George Willig & co. (1898. no. 399. 
Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 114 

Up with the banner. E. E. Hewitt. J. Howard Ent- 
wisle. [Mixed voices ] [n.i. ] (73827. Rec'd Jan. 
5,1898.) 415 

Vainly waiting. Words by Frank Eberle. Adapted 
to an old German air. Chicago, 111. : N. Nelson. 
(67242. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 416 

Valse badinage. Pianoforte. Anatole Liadlow. op. 
32. Chicago : Clayton F. Summv co. (1898, no. 2631 
Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 417 

Valse lente. For piano. By Gustavus Johnson, op. 
17. no. 2. Minneapolis, Minn. : Metropolitan music 
co. [Five characteristic sketches.] (Rec'd Jan. 8. 
1898.) 418 

Very (The) first studies for pianists. 20 short exer- 
cises for the equal training of both hands. By Ber- 
nard Wolfe, op. 191. Boston : B. F. Wood music co. 
(Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 419 

Victoria-gavotte. TitoMattei. Philadelphia: Hatch 
music co. [Classic and modern pianoforte solos.] 
(1898, no. 4144. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 420 

Vier albumbliitter. Fiir pianoforte, von M. Perry, op. 
17, no. 1. Mainz: B. Sehott's sohne. (1898, no. 3157. 
Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 421 

Vil schemer kunst uud gaben, Ans "Die Piefer von 
Dusenbach," von Wilh. Jensen. Heitere lieder fiir 
einesingstimme, mitbegleitungdes pianoforte. Com- 
ponirt von Julius O. Grimm, op, 26, no. 2. Furhoke 
stimme. Leipzig: Breitkopf & HarteL (1898, no. 
3154. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 422 

Village (The) festival. Waltz quadrille. For piano. 
D. Muller. New York : D. Muller. [D. MuTler's ed., 
no. 6.] (1898, no. 2455. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 423 

Vivian march. Two-step. By V. Broad well. [For 
piano.] Chicago : V. Broadwell & co. (73829 Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1898.) 424 

Volontaires (Les) marche. L. Golfaerts. Musical 
pearls, no. 29. For violin and piano. Arranged by 
D. M. H. May. Baltimore: P. J. Lammers. (1898, 
no. 3094. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 425 

Vorspiel zum 3. akte der oper Kunihild. Von Cyrill 
Kistler. Fiir salonorchester : Klavier, zu vier han- 
den. Violine, violoncell (violine 2d, note,und cornet 
a piston ad lib.) auch mit harmonium. Ubertragen 
von Otto Wellmann. Berlin, S. W. : Carl Simon. 
(Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 426 

Wach auf! (Julius Gersdorff.) Fiir 1 siugstimme 
mit pianoforte. Lieder unci gesiinge von Robert 
Gounod, op. 23, no. 2. Hoch. Leipzig: Fr. Kistner. 
(1898, no. 2833. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 427 



W. J. Dyer & bro., 

St. Paul, Minn, 



Geo. Willig & co., 

Baltimore, Md. 



John J. Hood, 

Philadelphia. 

Frank Eberle, Chicago* 



Clayton F. Sammy co., 

Chicago*, 



Metropolitan music co., 

Minneapolis, Minn, 



B. F. Wood music co. 



Boston^ 



Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 

B. Sehott's sohne, 

Mainz, Germany, 

Breitkopf & Hartel, 

New York. 



D. Muller, 



New York. 



V. Broadwell & co., 

Chicago. 

P. J. Lammers, 

Baltimore, Md* 



Carl Simon, 

Berlin, S. W., Germany. 



Fr. Kistner, 

Leipzig, Germany, 



54 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Waiting for the dawning. Jennie Morton. J.Lincoln 
Hall. [Mixed voices.] [n.i.l (73088. Rec'd Jan. 6, 
1898.) 428 

Waldscenen. (Skovscener.) Klavierstiicke von Aug. 
Meinig. op. 10. Kopenkagen und Leipzig : Wilkelm 
Hansen, musikverlag. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 129 

War' ick ein kind. (Would that I were a little boy.) 
(Poem by Annette Droste-Hiilshoff.) English ver- 
sion by Olga L. Sturm. Lied von Peter Cornelius. 
(Nachgelassene werke.) Leipzig: Breitkopf & 
Hartel. (1898, no. 2816. Rec'd Jan. 1, 1898.) 130 

Watch hill. Two-step. For 1st, 2d, and 3d mando- 
lins, with guitar ace. W.D.Kenneth. Boston: 
Walter Jacobs. (1898, no. 1152. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 

131 

We must have ships, we must have men. Written by 
Geo. Horncastle. Composed by Joe Weatherhead. 
London: Francis. Day & Hunter. (1898, no. 3113. 
Rec'd Jan. 5, 18980 ±32 

We would see Jesus. Sentence. (Mixed voices.) G. 
W. Marston. Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt. [Octavo 
series, no 119.] (1898, no. 3982. Rec'd Jan. 7, 
1898.) 133 

Wheel (The). Bicycle song and dance. Words 'by 
O. T. Allen. Music bv Fred Kneeland. Lansing, 
Mich. : Fred C. Kneeland. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 131 

When the clock strikes twelve. Words by Sol Kussel. 
Music by Phil. Kussel. Cincinnati, Ohio: Philip 
Kussel. (1898, no. 293. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) .135 

When the moon shall rise. Quartet (or chorus) for 
men's voices. Words by Sir H. Wotton. Edgar 
Little. Boston: Boston music co. (G. Schirmer. 
jr.) (1898,no.2652. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 436 

Where the rose and lily grew. Song with waltz re- 
frain. By Chas. W. McClure. Kansas City, Mo.: 
J. W. Jenkins' sons. (1898, no. 2930. Rec'd' Jan. 6, 
1898.) 437 

White flyer. Galop. For mandolin and guitar. John 
T. Sibley. St. Louis, Mo.: Drnmheller music co. 
(1898. no. 2619. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 438 

White (The) heather. Waltz. Marguerite Anderson. 
Arranged by Theo. M. Tobnni. For orchestra. New 
York: Carl Fischer. [<J. Fischer's edition, no. 
862.] (1898, no. 2602. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 139 

White (The) heather. Waltz. Bv Marguerite Ander- 
son. Piano. NewYork: Carl Fischer. (Rec'd Jan. 
8,1898.) 440 

Wien neerlaiidsch bloed. Hollandisckes volkslied. 
Chant national hollandais. no. 412. [Musical chart 1 
[n.i.j (1898,no.l011. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) Ill 

Wiener flakerlied. Pick. no. 1557. [Musical chart ] 
[n. i.] (1898, no. 117. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 142 

Will you go with me? C. B. Chas. Bentley. [Mixed 
voices.] [n. i.] (73081. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 113 



Hall-Mack co., 

Philadelphia. 

Wilhelm Hansen, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Breitkopf & Hartel, 

New York. 



Walter Jacobs, 



Boston. 



Francis. Day & Hunter, 

London, England. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



Fred Kneeland, 



Phil. Kussel, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

G. Schirmer, jr., Boston- 



Chas. W. McClure, 

Kansas City, Mo. 



Jno. T. Sibley, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Carl Fischer. New York. 
M. Anderson. 



Merniod Freres, 

St. Croix, Switzerland. 

Regina music box co.. 

Rahway, N. J. 

Hall-Mack co., 

Philadelphia. 



55 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



With marti al music. (An sou des chants de guerre. ) Trio 
from Aula. English version bv E. Buck. New York : 
Luckhardt & Belder. (70332." Rec'd Dec. U, 1897.) 

444 

With song and mirth. Mit sang und klang. Concert- 
polonaise. Revised and edited by Wilson G. Smith. 
Carl Bohm. op. 153. For piano. Philadelphia: 
Theodore Presser. (1898, no. 2519. Rec'd Jan. 3. 
1898. ; 445 

Without thee. Sanstoi. Victor Hugo. English ver- 
sion by W. J. Baltzell. Guy d'Hardelot. Philadel- 
phia : Theodore Presser. (1898, no. 2538. Rec'd Jan. 
3.1898.) 446 

Wo fur's quat siud. (Carl Rohr.) Heitere lieder fiir 
eine singstimme, mit begleitung des pianoforte. 
Componirt von Julius 0. Grimm, op. 26. no. 3. Fiir 
hohe stimme. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Hartel. (1898, 

• no. 3152. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 447 

Won't nobody employ me ? Written by B. Soane Roby. 
Composed bv William F. Closs. London : Francis, 
Dav & Hunter. (1898, no. 3415. Rec'd Jan. 5, 
1898.) 448 

Woodlawn (The) beach. March and two-step. Com- 
posed by Miss Minnie Wilhelm. [For piano.] Pitts- 
burg, Pa.: Basler's music house. (Rec'd Jan. 8, 
1898.) 449 

Yellow fellow. Schottische. For mandolin and gui- 
tar. John T. Sibley St. Louis. Mo. : Drumheller 
music co. (1898, no" 2647. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 450 

Y'ou are gone, gentle mother. Words by Mrs. J. R. 
Etter. Music by Eddie Brandcamp. Crawfords- 
ville, Ind. : Published bv the authors. (1898, no. 
302. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) " 451 

Zwei humoresken. Fiir pianoforte. Von M. Perry, 
op. 12. no. 1. Mainz: B. Schott's sohne. (1898, no. 
3158. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) - 452 



Luckhardt & Belder, 

New York. 



Theo. Presser, Philadelphia. 



Do. 



Breitkopf & Hartel, 

New Y^ork. 



Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London, England. 



Miss Minnie Wilhelm. 



John T. Sibley, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Mrs. J. R. Etter, 

Crawfordsville, Ind. 



B. Schott's sohne, 

Mainz, Germany. 



V. MAPS AISTIJ CHARTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by the subject \rord of each title. For index of proprietors see end of 

Catalogue.) 



Alaska. (1898, no. 3489. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898) 1 

Allentown, Lehigh co., Pa. (insurance maps). 1897. 
(1897, no. 73166. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 2 



Batavia, Kane co., 111. (insurance maps), Dec, 1897. 
(1898, no. 3100. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 3 

Boston (New map of). New ed. (1883, no. 9722. 
Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 4 

Metropolitan sewerage district. Boston, Mass., Sept. 
30, 1897. (1897, no. 73845. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 5 

Momence. Kankakee co.. 111.. Dec, 1897. (1898, no. 
3107. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 6 

Onset and Point Independence. (Rec'd Jan. 3. 
1898.) 7 



Walter H. Knight, 

New Brighton, N. Y. 

Sanborn Perrismapco.,ltd., 
New York. 

Do. 



Tilly Havnes, 



Boston. 



Geo. H. Walker & co., 

Boston. 

Sanboru Perrismapco., ltd., 
New York. 

H. E. Gifford, Onset, Mass. 



56 



MAPS AND CHARTS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Port Alleganv, McKeaii co., Pa., Dec, 1897. (1898, no. 
3106. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 8 

Red Jacket, Houghton co., Mich, (insurance maps), 
Dec, 1897. (1898, no. 3104. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 9 

Remington's map of towns within 100 miles of Pitts- 
burg, etc (3488. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 10 



Sanborn Perils map co.,ltd., 
New York. 

Do. 

E. P. Remington, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 



VI. ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Adult baptismal certificate, no. 5. 
Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 



no. 6. (1897, no. 65497. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898. ) . . 



1 

2 

"Au gui Tan neuf." After O. Guillouet. (1898, no. 
3166. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 3 

Cast-iron plow, no. 75, junior. (1898, no. 3491. Rec'd 
Jan. 6, 1898.) 4 

Champion (The) pacing team. JohnR. Gentry, 2.00*, 
and Robert J., 2.01£. (1898, no. 3408. Rec'd Jan. 5, 
1898.) 5 

"Calendar for 1898." (After L'Chalon.) (1898, no. 
3168. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 6 

Chilled side-hill plow, iron beam. (1898, no. 3493. 
Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 7 

wood beam. (1898, no. 3492. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898. ) . 

8' 

(1897, no. 65498. Rec'd 
9 



(1897, no. 65496. I.M.Beaver, Marion, Pa. 



Confirmation certificate, no. 1. 
Jan. 8, 1898.) 



Daabsattest (baptismal certificate). (1898, no. 327. 
Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 10 



Dan Cupid, 2.09i. 

1898.) 



(1898, no. 3409. Rec'd Jan. 5, 

11 



Decoration on music rack of piano. ByTojetti. (1897, 
no. 70770. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 12 



Delmarch, 2.1H. 

1898.) 



(1898, no. 3395. 



Rec'd Jan. 5, 
13 



Design for decorative name board. By Tojetti. (1897, 
. no. 70771. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 14 

Donna Zilia and her dumb lover. Photogravure from 
the original painting, by J. L. G. Ferris. (1898, no. 
3998. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 15 

Fit (A) ending. (1898, no. 4161. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 

16 

Gorgeous new sweet pea. (1898, no. 4157. Rec'd Jan. 
8, 1898.) yj 

Johnny Jones's school days. (1898, no. 3777. Rec'd 
Jan. 6, 1898.) lg 

Judge's puzzle pictures. 9th contest, series 2. (1898 
no. 4162. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 19 

Helpless. (1898, no. 4160. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898) 20 

Infant baptismal certificate, no. 4. (1897, no. 65495. 
Rec'd Jan. 8. 1898.^ oi 



Do. 

J Jean Boussod, Manzi, Joy- 
ant & co, New York. 

Hobson & co., New York. 



Cole & Springstein, 

New York. 



Jean Boussod, Manzi, Joy- 
ant & co., New York. 

Hobson & co., New York. 

Do. 

I. M. Beaver, Marion, Pa. 

Danish Luth. pub. house, 

Blair, Nebr. 

Cole & Springstein, 

New York. 

Steinway & sons, 

New York. 

Cole & Springstein, 

New York. 

Steinway & sons, 

New York. 

Art library pub. co., 

Philadelphia. 

Judge pub. co., 

New York. 

W. Atlee Burpee & co., 

Philadelphia. 

W. Y. Connor, 

New York. 

Judge pub. co., 



New York. 



Do. 



I. M. Beaver, Marion, Pa. 



57 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



(Rec'd Dec. 31, 
22 



1804. 



Leisure hours. Cover, Jau. 1898. 
1897.) 

Lewis and Clarke meeting the Mandans 
uo. 2791. Rec'd Jan. 3," 1898.) 

Lottie Hutckin's sweet pea. (1898, no. 3114 
Jan. 4, 1898.) 

Luther's evening at home. Photogravure from the 
original painting, by S. J. Ferris. (1898, no. 3996. 
Rec'd Jan. 7. 1898.) 25 I 

March. 1898. (1898, no. 329. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898).. 26 Shortstory pub. co., 



(1898. 
23 

Rec'd 
24 



Charles A. Dixon. 

Philadelphia. 

John P. Burkhard, 

S*>. Paul, Minn. 

W. Atlee Burpee & co., 

Philadelphia. 

Art library pub. co., 

Philadelphia. 



Minuet (The). (1898, no. 3167. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898).. 27 

Mother play calendar. Jan., 1898. (The children and 
the tower.) (1898, no. 3999. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 28 

Feb., 1898. (The knights and the good child.) 

(1898,no.4000. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 29 

Mar. 1898. (The weathervane.) (1898, no. 4001. 

Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 30 

Apr. 1898. (The birds' nest.) (1898, no. 4002. 

Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 31 

May, 1898. (The little gardener.) (1898. no. 4003. 

Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 32 

June, 1898. (The flower basket.) (1898, no. 4004. 

Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898. 33 

July, 1898. (Mowing grass.) (1898, no. 4005. 

Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 34 

Aug., 1898. (The farmyard gate.) (1898, no. 

4006. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) * 35 

Sept., 1898. (The greeting.) (1898, no. 4007. Rec'd 

Jan. 7, 1898.) 36 

(The family.) (1898, no. 4008. Rec'd 

37 



Oct., 

Jan. 7, 1898.) 

Nov., 1898. (Pat-a-cake.) (1898, no. 4009. 

Jan. 7, 1898.) 



Rec'd 
38 



Dec, 1898. (The child and the stars.) (1898, no. 

4010. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 39 



New combination tomato. 
Jan. 8, 1898.) 



(1898, no. 4158. 
Prosperity. (1898, no. 3113. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 



Rec'd 

40 

41 



Boston. 

Jean Boussod, Manzi, Joy- 
ant & co., New York. 

Milton Bradley co., 

Springfield, Mass. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



AY. Atlee Burpee & co., 

Philadelphia. 

Charles Austin Bates, 

New York. 



Riviera visiting toilette. (73168. 



Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) ' S. M. Baldwin, New York. 

42 i 



Sir Roger De Coverley visits the widow. Photograv- 
ure from the original painting, by J. L. G. Ferris. 
(1898, no. 3997. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898. ) 43 



Art library pub. co., 

Philadelphia. 



Three cupids singing. Panel by Tojetti. 
70769. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898. ) 



(1897, no. 
44 

Timber truck, style no. 1404. (1898, no. 3494. Rec'd 
Jan. 6, 1898.) 45 

U. S. crowned with gold. (1898, no. 4159. Rec'd Jan. 
8, 1898.) 46 



Steinway & sons, 



Hobson & co., 



Judge pub. co., 



New York. 



New York. 



New York. 



58 



VII. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 






Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Beauties. (1898. 110. 343. Eec'd Jan. 3, 1898) 



1 Great American tea co., 

Xew York. 



Burns (Eobert). (1894, no. 2937. Eec'd Jan. ±, 1898.) Gilchrist & co., 

9 



Boston. 



Ladder of life. no. 6014. 1 sheet. (1898, no. 3837. H. C. Miner litho. co., 

Eec'd Jan. 7, 1898.) 3 New York. 

Love's spring-time. (Eec'd Jan. 6, 1898) 4 Art interchange co.. 

Xew York. 



VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



no. 4. 
no. 7. 



Alaska. (1898, no. 3497. Eec'd Jan. 6, 1898) 1 

British tax stamp. Act of 1765. (1898, no. 353. Eec'd 
Jan. 3,1898.) 2 

Care (The) in the mine of the copper queen consoli- 
dated mining co.. at Bisbee, Ariz., in which the 
masonic grand lodge of Arizona met Nov. 10, 1897. 
no. 1. (1897, no. 69852. Eec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 3 

no. 2. (1897, no. 69853. Eec'd Jan. 3. 1898) .... 4 

- no. 3. (1897, no. 69854. Eec'd Jan. 3, 1898) .... 5 

(1897, no. 69855. Eec'd Jan. 3, 1898) .... 6 

(1897, no. 69858. Eec'd Jan. 3. 1898) .... 7 

no. 8. (1897, no. 69859. Eec'd Jan. 3, 1898) .... 8 

no. 9. (1897, no. 69860. Eec'd Jan. 3, 1898) .... 9 

Cisneros (Evangelina Cosio Y.). Xos. 1-9. (Eec'd 
Jan. 6, 1898.) 2 copies each. 10-18 

Cob (The) grip. (64781. Eec'd Dec. 31. 1897.) 19 

Dance (The) of the Shalako, Zuni pueblo. Nov. 28, 

1897. no. 641. (A trip to Zuni.) (1898, no. 3139. 

Eec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 20 

Elise. no. 3. (1898, no. 3398. Eec'd Jan. 5, 1898). 21 

no. 5. (1898, no. 3399. Eec'd Jan. 5, 1898) ... 22 

no. 7. (1898, no. 3400. Eec'd Jan. 5, 1898).. . 23 

Elise and Elaine, no. 4. (1898, no. 3401. Eec'd Jan. 
5, 1898.) 24 

no. 6. (1898, no. 3402. Eec'd Jan. 5, 1898). .. 25 

"Elk." (Eec'd Jan. 8. 1898) 26 



Flower (The) girl. (1898, no. 349. Eec'd Jan. 3, 1898. 



Gold seekers. (1898. no. 348. Eec'd Jan. 3, 1898).. 28 

"Good night." (1898, no. 358. Eec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 

29 

G * ac f°l»fch, New York. (1898, no. 3397. Eec'd Jan. 
4, 1898.) 30 



Walter H. Knight, 

New Brighton. S. I. 

Mary J. Pieffer, 

Lowell, Mass. 

Andrew Miller, 

Bisbee. Ariz. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

A. F. Bradley & co. 

Boston. 

Louis A. de Eibas, Boston. 

Ben YVittick, 

Gallup, X. Mex. 

Jacob Schloss, Xew York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Ben S. Benton, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

E. M. Donaldson, 

S'ew York 

H. O. co., New York. 

E. M. Donaldsou, 

Xew York. 

Geo. P. HalWV son, 

Xew York. 



59 



PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Grand (The) commandery knight templar of Arizona, 
meeting in the cave of the mine of the copper qneen 
consolidated mining co., at Bishee, Ariz., Nov. 10, 
1897. no. 6. (69867. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 31 

Harp photo, frame. (1898, no. 317. Rec'd Jan. 3, 
1898.) 32 



Holy Trinity. 
1,1898.) 



Brooklyn. (1898, no. 3396. 



Rec'd Jan. 
33 



Ko-yi-ma-shi (The). Clowns making merry after the 
dancing of the Shalako, Zuni pueblo. Nov. 28, 1897. 
no. 612. (A trip to Zuni.) (1898, no. 3138. Rec'd 
Jan. 1.1898.) 31 



Rec'd Jan. 3,1898.) 
35 

(1897, nos. 69201 
36-37 



Lily photo, frame. (1898, no. 350. 

Mannering (Mary). Nos. 11 and 12. 
and 69202. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 

Masonic (The) grand lodge of Arizona, meeting in 
the cave in the mine of the copper queen consoli- 
dated mining co., at Bisbee, Ariz., Nov. 10, 1897. 
no. 5. (1897, no. 69856. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 38 

Minnesota soldiers' home. (1898, no. 3778. Rec'd Jan. 
6, 1898.) 39 

Missouri. (1898, no. 4163. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898) 40 

Only (The) Polish bishop of the Catholic independent 
church in the U. S. of America, lstposition. (1898, 
no. 3388. Rec'd Jan . 5, 1898. ) 41 

2d position . (1898, no. 3389 



Rose photo, frame. (1898, no. 351. 

Russell (Lillian), nos. 114 to 142. 
3387. Rec'd Jan. 5, 1898.) 



Rec ; d Jan. 5, 1898.) 
42 

Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 
43 

(1898, no. 3359 to 
44-72 



Same (The) old thirst. 
4, 1898.) 



(1898, no. 2938. 



Rec'd Jan. 
73 



Shalako (The) dancers crossing to south side of the 
river to dance on the plain. (A trip to Zuni.) no. 
639. (1898, no. 3110. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 74 

Shalako (The) dancers planting the plumed sticks, 
no. 640. (A trip to Zuni.) (1898, no 3137. Rec'd 
Jan. 4, 1898.) 75 



(1898, no. 4012. 



Rec'd Jan. 7, 
76 

(1898, nos. 
77-79 



Sister of mercy 
1898.) 

Statue Liberty, X. Y. harbor. Nos. 1-3. 
3392-3394. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 

Turkey (The) hunter. (1898, no. 3116. Rec'd Jan. 6, 
1898.) 80 

Uncle Will. (1898, no. 3117. Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898). .. 81 

U. S. S. New York. Nos. 1-2. (1898, nos. 3390-3391. 
Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898. ) 82-83 

Veritas vincit. (Rec'd Dec. 31, 1897) 81 

Washington (The) gavel. (1898, no. 311. Rec'd Jan. 

3,1898.) 85 



Andrew Miller, 



Bisbee, Ariz. 



Henry Tetlow, 

Philadelphia. 

Geo. P. Hall & co., 

New York. 

Ben Wittick, 



Gallup, N. Mex. 



Henry Tetlow, 

Philadelphia. 

B. J. Falk, New York. 



Andrew Miller, 



Bisbee, Ariz. 



Haas bros. , St. Paul, Minn. 

F. W. Guerin, St. Louis, Mo. 

Wincent R. Niklas, 

Chicago. 

Do. 

Henry Tetlow, 

Philadelphia. 

W.M.Morrison, Chicago. 



Albert L. Werner, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Ben Wittick, 

Gallup, N. Mex. 

Do 



Edward F. Fuller, 

Haverhill, Mass. 

Geo. P. Hall & son, 

New York. 

L. H. Smith, 

Ontario, Canada. 

Do. 

Geo. P. Hall & son, 

New Y k. 

Wm. Wicke co. 

M. Kets-Kemethv, 



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IX„ FINE ARTS. 

(Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited according to law with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to be perfected as 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of 
Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Sketch of woman. (1898, no. 3498. Photo, on hie Jan. Frank I). Millet, 
6,1898.) 1 New York. 



X. MISCELLANEOUS. 

(Under this title is included the titles, arranged alphabetically, of all articles deposited w Inch can not 
be classified under the above nine rubrics. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



(Directions.) 



(Rec'd Jan. 1, 

1 



crew 

9 



Acme dancing chart. 

1898.) 

Drill and tap drill gage chart, for machine 
taps. (1898, no. 3816. Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898. ) 

Gamble's chart of the ancient changeable sabbath clays 
and years, and perpetual calendar of ancient months, 
weeks, sabbaths, sabbath years, and jubilees. (Rec'd 
Jan. 8, 1898.) 3 

Coble's log sheet. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1898) 4 



Harris' astigmatism test chart. (1898, no. 
Dec. 13, 1897.) 



1459. 



Mandolin fingerboard guide 
Jan. 4, 1898.) 



Scoles' musical chart. 



(1897, no. 64942. 
(Rec'd Dec. 31, 1897) ... 



Rec'd 
5 

Rec'd 
6 



Southern railway, to the principal cities and resorts 
of the south. (1897, no. 66465. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898. ) 8 



Twentieth (The) century calendar 
Rec'd Jan. 6, 1898.) 



(1897, no. 17810. 



Jos. A. Patton, 

Had don Heights, N. J. 

George Schrade, 

New York. 

Samuel Walter Gamble. 



Monte J. Goble. 

Catlettsburg, Ky. 

Gerard Burton Harris, 

Bourbon, Ind. 

M. Lewis Altop, 

Sacramento, Cal. 

J. W. Scoles, 

Martinsville, 111. 

Southern railway co. 

Washington city. 

John R. Tilley, 

Napanee, Out. 



INDEX QP COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS. 

(At the end of each title is printed the rubric under which the full title will be found. In cases 
where the author and proprietor are one tlie title -will be found only in its place under the rubric 
"Books.") 



Accountics ass'n, New York: 

The bookkeeping of department 
stores. By Charles F.Jones. [Ac- 
counties, Aug., 1897.] (Books : 3.) 

(Continued. ) [Accountics, Sept., 

1897.] (Books: 3.) 

(Continued from Sept. number.) 

[Accountics, Oct., 1897.] (Books: 
30 

(Continued from Oct. number.) 

[Accountics, Nov., 1897.] (Books: 
3.) 

J. 

s last re- 



Adams (F. C.) & co., Jersey Citv, N 
Filkins (E. C). Mother's last 



quest. Song. (Music.) 



Altop (M. Lewis), Sacramento, Cal.: 

Mandolin fingerboard guide. 
(Misc. Chart.) 
American book exchange, Providence, 
R. I. : 
Roger Williams park. (Books: 1.) 
American musical ass'n, Chicago: 

Perkins (W.). Minuet. (Piano.) 

(Music.) 
Shelton (J.). Sweeter than June 
roses. Ballad. (Piano.) (Music.) 

American press ass'n. Now York: 

'" A" syndicate page. no. 2. (Books: 
3.) 






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American press ass'n, New York: 

"B" syndicate page. no. 2. (Books : 

3.) 
" C " syndicate page. no. 2. (Books: 

3.) ' 
"E" syndicate page. no. 2. (Books: 

3.) " 
"F" syndicate page. no. 1. (Books : 

3.) 
" G " syndicate page. no. 3. (Books : 

3.) ' 
Marthas and Marys. (Books: 3.) 
American school of correspondence, Bos- 
ton: 
Electricity and magnetism. (Books : 

2.) 
Mechanics, part 2. (Books: 2.) 

American telephone and telegraph co., 
New York : 

Tariff and route hook. (Books: 1.) 
Anderson (Alma) : 

(Au.) Sunflower polka. For piano 
and organ. (Music.) 
Anderson (Marguerite) : 

White (The) heather. Waltz. By 
Marguerite Anderson. (Piano.) 
(Music.) 
Andre (Johann), Offenhach, Germany: 

Egler (A). A Kiralyne (die konigin). 

Magyar mazurka, op. 16. Fiir piano- 
forte. (Music.) 
Angel (Myron), San Luis Obispo, Cal. : 

Climate and wealth of San Luis 
Obispo county, Cal. (Books: 2.) 
Art interchange co., New York: 

Love's springtime. (Lithograph.) 
Art library pub. co., Philadelphia: 

Donna Zilia and her dumb lover. Pho- 
tograyure from the original paint- 
ing, by J. L. G. Ferris. (Engrav- 
ing.) - ! 

Literature of all nations and all 
ages. v. 6. (Books: 1.) 

Luther's evening at home. Photo- j 
gravure from the original painting, 
by S. J. Ferris. (Engraving.) 

Sir Roger De Coverley visits the ; 
widow. Photogravure from the | 
original painting, by J. L. G. Ferris. 
(Engraving.) 
Bacheller syndicate, New York: 

The case of Paul Jersey. By Harriet 
Prescott Spofford. (Books: 3.) 

Current service. (Books: 3.) 

His gold and his daughter. By | 
Charles B. Lewis. (Books: 3.) 

Carruth (H.). In Frontenac cave. | 
(1st part.) (Books: 3.) 

M. Quad page. (Books: 3.) 

Foster (D.S.). " Silver (The) queen." 
(Books: 3.) 

Special page. (Books: 3.) 

Timely service. (Books: 3.) 

Woman's page. (Books: 3.) 

Youths' page. (Books: 3.) 



Baker # co., Newark, N. J. : 

Baker & co. ; gold, silver, and plati- 
num refiners. (Books: 2.) 
Baldwin (S. M.), New York : 

Riviera visiting toilette. (Print.) 
Bancroft-Whitney co , San Francisco: 
Estee' (M. M.). Estee's pleadings, 
practice, and forms, v. 1. (Books: 
1.) 

v.2. (Books: 1.) 

v. 3. (Books: 1.) 

Banner co., Chicago : 

Stewart (W. F.). Two-twenty- ten. 
March. (Piano.) (Music.) 
Barker (Benjamin), Great Britain : 

(An.) Ave Maria ! O maiden, mother. 

Sacred song. (Music.) 
(Au.) "Daffodils." Song. (Music.) 
Barrett (C. W.), Lemoore, Cal. : 

(Au.) A giddy bright star winked at 
me. Song. (Music.) 
Bates (Charles Austin), New York : 

Prosperity. (Print.) 
Beaver (I. M.), Marion, Pa. : 

Adult baptismal certificate, no. 5. 
(Engraving.) 

no. 6. (Engraving.) 

Confirmation certificate, no. 1. 

(Engraving.) 
Infant baptismal certificate, no. 4. 
(Engraving.) 
Beecham (Robert K.), Everett, Wash. : 

Battle of Gettysburg. (Books: 2.) 
Bell (W. M.), St. Louis, Mo. : 

Journal (The) of agriculture alma- 
nac. (Books: 1.) 
Bement (Sallie Kay Todd), Denison, Tex. : 

Who are the great? (Books: 2.) 
Benton (Ben. S.), Mineapolis, Minn. : 

"Elk." (Photograph.) 
Beyer (Hermann) & Soehne, Longen- 
selze, Germany : 
Moore, (G. P.) Alt-Franzosischer 
tanz. Fiir piano. (Music.) 
Bice (EdmundE.), Hackettstown, N. J.: 
Newton, New Jersey. Illustrated by 
E^ E. Bice, with historical sketch 
by Judge Henry Huston. (Books: 

1.) 
Bingham (Helena), Harvard, 111. : 

(Au.) Power (The) of a smile. 

(Vocal.) (Music.) 
(Au.) Shall we always be sweet- 
hearts? Song. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
Bishop (E. A.), Racine, Wis. : 

(Au.) The life of Christ. (Books: 2.) 
Black (Edward S.), Newark, N. J. . 
The land of is-to-be. A farewell ode. 
(Books: 2.) 
Boerick, Runyon & Ernesty, New York: 
O'Connor (Joseph T.). Nervous dis- 
eases and their homeopathic treat- 
ment. (Books: 1.) 
Bond (R. W.), Ord, Nebr. : 

Across the Missouri. March. The 
transmississippi two-step. By Rol- 
lin W. Bond. (Piano.) (Music.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Boosey & co., New York: 

Fagge (A.). At last. Duet. (Vo- 
cal.) (Music.) 
Borland (K.T.): 

Miller (JL. B.). Round the world with 
notebook and camera. (Books: 1.) 
White (Mrs. A. R.). Talks about Je- 
sus. (Books: 1.) . 
Boston safe deposit and trust company, 
Boston : 

Boston investments. Places of pay- 
ments of coupons. (Books: 2.) 
Boussod (Jean), Manzi. Joyant ct co., 
Xew York: 

"An gui Tan neuf.*' After O. Guil- 

lonet. (Engraving.) 
"Calendar for 1898." • After L. 

Chalon. (Engraving.) 
"The minuet." (Engraving.) 
Boyd (C.E.), Philadelphia: 

Boyd's copartnership and residence 
business directory of Philadelphia 
city, 1898. (Books: 1.) 
Bradley (A. F.) & co.. Boston: 

Cisneros (Evangelina Cosio y). Xos. 
1 to 9. (Photographs.) 
Bradley Fertilizer co., Boston: 

Bradlev's American farmer. (Books : 
2.) 
Bradley (Milton) co., Springfield, Mass. : 
Mother play calendar. Jan., 1898. 
Feb., 1898*. Mar., 1898. Apr., 1898. 
May, 1898. June. 1898. July, 1898. 
Aug., 1898. Sept.. 1898. Oct.. 1X98. 
Nov., 1898. Dec, 1898. Engrav- 
ing.) 
Branch (John L.j : 

The parliamentary law club. A sys- 
tem of instruction in parliamentary 
law and practice by means of cards. 
Series nos. 1,2,3.4. (Instructions.) 
(Books: 2.) 
Breakey (Margaret J.), Lawrenceburg, 
Ind. : 
Me au' ma' Nancy Lou. By Mar- 
garet J. Breakey. (Vocal.)" (Mu- 
sic.) 
Breitkopf & Hartel, Xew York : 

Grimm (J. O.). As is a' ganz verflixta . 
sack'. G. Seuffer. AusdenFliegen- 
den blattern. op. 26, no. 5. Fiir 
eine singstimme uud piano. Hei- 
tere lieder fiir hohe stimme. 
(Vocal.) (Music.) 
Grasse (E. A.). Concert studies in 
e. p. For pianoforte, op. 1, no. 1. 
(Music.) 

no. 2. (Music.) 

Grimm (J. O.). Der rechte fleck. 
H. Wicbtericb. Aus den Fliegen- 
den blattern. op. 26, no. 6. Fiir 
eine singstimme und piano. Hei- 
tere lieder. Fiir hohe stimme. 
(Vocal.) (Music.) 
Jadassohn (S.) no. 1. B dor. op. 
135. Drei kleine walzer. Three 
little waltzes. (Piano.) (Music.) 



Brietkopf & Hartel, Xew York: 

Jadassohn (S.) no. 2. D dur. op. 
135. Drei kleine walzer. Three 
little waltzes. (Piano.) (Music.) 

no. 3. H dur. op. 135. Drei 

kleine walzer. Three little waltzes. 
(Piano.) (Music.) 

Bach (J. S.). Stiicke fur eine spielukr, 
fiir pianoforte. By A. Klughardt. 
(Fantasia, no. 1.) (Piano.) (Music.) 

Grimm (J. O. ). Freundliche dornen. 
op. 26, no. 2. fur eine singstimme 
mit piano. Heitere lieder fiir hohe 
stimme. (Vocal.) (Music.) 

Gefangeu. op. 26, no. 4. Fiir 

eine s i n gstimme mit piano. Hei tere 
lieder fiir hohe stimme. (Vocal.) 
(Music.) 

Cornelius (P.). In sternennacht. 
(When starry night.) Duet. [So- 
pranos, 1st and 2d.] (Vocal.) 
(Music.) 

Chausson(E.). Poemepourviolonet 
orchestre. op. 25. Pour violon et 
piano. (Music.) 

Cornelius (P.). Reminiscenz. (Remi- 
niscence.) Lied. (Vocal.) (Music.) 

Reinecke (C.;. Sonate (no. 3) fiir 
pianoforte und violoncello. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Scharwenka (P.). no. 1 (heft 1 ), 
in E tlat. Tauznovelle. op. 103. 
Fiir klavier zu 1 hiinden. (Piano 
duet.) (Music > 

no. 3 (heft 2). in D. Tauzno- 
velle. op. 103. Fiir klavier zu 4 
hiinden. (Piano.) (Music.) 

no. 5 (heft 3), in F. Tauzno- 
velle. op. 103. Fiir klavier zu 4 
hiiuden. (Piano.) (Music.) 

Brown (A. L.). Tarantelle. op. 10. 
For pianoforte. (Music.) 

Grimm (J. O.). Yil schtiner kunst 
und gaben. Aus Die pfeifer v n 
Dusenbach. Yon Willi. Jensen, op. 
26, no 1. Fiir eine singstimme mit 
piano. Fiir hobe stimme. (Vocal.) 
(Music.) 

Cornelius (P.). War' ieh ein kind. 
(Would that I were a little boy.) 
Lied. (Vocal.) (Music.) 

Grimm (J. 0.). Wofiir's quat sind. 
op. 26, no. 3. Fiir eine singstimme 
mit piano. Heitere leider fiir hohe 
stimme. (Vocal.) (Music.) 

Broadwell (V.) & co., Chicago: 

Broadwell(V.). Vivian march. Two- 
step. (Piano.) (Music.) 
Brokaw (Chas. O.), St. Joseph, Mo.: 

Bush (F. W.). Disevenin'dismornin' 
so soon. The handout song. (Vo- 
cal.) (Music.) 
Brookes (S. O.) & Williams (D. R.), St. 
Louis, Mo. : 

James H. Brookes. A memoir. 
(Book: 1.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS -Continued. 



Brown (Abram English), Boston: 

John Hancock's letter book. (Books: 
2.) 
Buchanan (Robert): 

Marriage by capture. By Robert 
Buchanan. Chaps. 5-7. (Books: 3.) 
Bullinger (Edwin W.), New York: 

Bullinger's postal and shippers' guide 
for the United States and Canada. 
Jan., 1898. (Books: 1.) 

The mercantile agency special edition 
of Bullinger's postal and shipping 
guide for the United States and 
Canada. Jan., 1898. (Books: 1.) 
Burkhard (John P.), St. Paul, Minn. : 

Lewis and Clarke meeting the Man- 
dans. 1804. (Print.) 
Burpee (W. Atlee) & co., Philadelphia: 

Burpee's unique list of the best seeds 
that grow, for 1898. (Books : 2.) 

Gorgeous new sweet pea. (Cut.) 

Lottie Hutchins sweet pea. (En- 
graving. ) 

New combination tomato. (Cut.) 
Byler (H. F.), Ashtabula, Ohio : 

Russo (F.). Ricordo march. For 
piano. (Music.) 
Callaghan & co., Chicago : 

Shiras (0. P.). Equity practice in 
the United States circuit courts. 
(Books: 1.) 
Carr (Edward P.), Brooklyn, N. Y. : 

Masters and pilots of steam vessels 
of the-United States. (Annual log 
American ass'n.) (Books: 1.) 
Chadman (Chas. E.), Chicago: 

Eureka dictionary of synonyms, 
(vol. 5, no. 1. Coin's financial 
series.) (Books: 1.) 
Chartres (John), New York: 

Grand (S.). When the door opened? 
(Books: 2.) 
Chase (J. Herbert), supt.,Meriden, Conn. : 

Nicolao. Ave Maria. JEolian ar- 
rangement by J. Herbert Chase, 
no. 50123. (Musical chart.) 

Thome (F.). La siren e valse. ^Eolian 
arrangement by J. Herbert Chase. 
no. 20237. (Musical chart.) 

Kjerulf. Last night. iEolian ar- 
rangement by J. Herbert Chase. 
no. 40183. (Musical chart.) 

Hecht(S. L.). Mammy. ^Eolian ar- 
rangement by J. Herbert Chase, 
no. 40185. (Musical chart.) 

Wagner (J. F.) Under the double 
eagle. March. iEolian arrange- 
ment by J. Herbert Chase, no. 
20241. (Musical chart.) 
Chenet (Alfred) & co., Boston: 

Chenet (A.). Guitar studies for be- 
ginners. (12.) (Music.) 
Chester (George R.), Moiine, 111: 

Buyers' club. Merchandise contract. 
(Books: 2.) 



Chicago record, Chicago : 

Common- school course. Lessons in 
writing. Lesson no 5. [The Chi- 
cago record's home study circle.] 
(Books: 3.) 

Course in commercial arithmetic. 

Lesson 15. Review. (Books: 3.) 
Course in double-entry book- 
keeping. Lesson no. 19. (Books: 3.) 
Course in elementary mathe- 
matics. Mensuration. Lesson no. 
1. (Books: 3.) 
Course in general history. An- 
cient peoples. The Romans. Part 
1. (Books: 3.) 

Course in mechanical drawing. 

Projection [continued] . (Books : 3) 
Course in stenography. Les- 
son no. 14.] (Books: 3.) 
Childs (Chas. H.), Kansas City, Mo.: 
'Neath the old forest tree. Waltz 
song, by Chas. H. Childs. (Music.) 
Church (John) co., Cincinnati, Ohio: 
(Holmes.) Appel (L') du printemps. 
(The call of spring.) (Vocal.) 
(Music.) 
Sousa (J. P.) Bride (The) elect 
march. Banjo andpiano. (Music.) 

Banjo duet. (Music.) 

Banjo solo. (Music.) 

Guitar. (Music.) 

Guitar duet. (Music.) 

Mandolin and guitar. (Music.) 

Mandolin and piano. (Music.) 

Mandolin, piano, and guitar. 

(Music.) 

Mandolin solo. (Music.) 

Piano, 4 hands. (Music.) 

Piano 6 hands. (Music.) 

2 mandolins and piano. (Music.) 

2 mandolins and guitar. (Music.) 

(Andrews). Fairer than thee. Song 

for low voice. (Music.) 
(Klein.) Haven of the heart. Song. 

(Music.) 
(Andrews.) Love divine, all love 
excelling. Song for low voice. 
(Music.) 

Praise, my soul, the God that 

sought thee. Song for low voice. 
(Music.) 

Churchman co., New York: 

My life in Christ. [Extracts from 
Father John's book.] (Books : 3.) 
The soul of honor. By Hesba Stret- 
ton. chaps. 14-15. [The Church- 
man, Jan. 8, 1898.] (Books: 3.) 

Clark (Willis), New York: 

Original parody medley. (Books: 2.) 

Cole & Spriugstein, New York : 

Champion (The) pacing team. John 

R. Gentry, 2.001, and Robert J., 

2.0L}. (Engraving.) 
Dan Cupid, 2.09^. (Engraving.) 
Delmarch, 2.1H. (Engraving.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Colliery engineer co., Scranton, Pa: 

Hydraulics. (The international cor- 
respondence schools, Scran ton, Pa., 
instruction paper, 1st ed.) (Books : 
2.) 
Mine surveying and mapping. Part 
40c. Question paper. 1st ed. 
(Books: 2.) 

Subject: Physics. 196. (Books: 

2.) 
Connor (W. Y.), New York : 

"Johnny Jones's school days." 
(Print.) 
Conover Music Co., St. Paul, Minn. : 

Colville. Love's content. Song. 

(Music.) 
Mead. Night, a song. (Music.) 
Curry (Miss Emma B.). 

(Au.) Sparkling cascade waltz. For 
piano. (Music.) 
Danish Lutheran publishing house, Blair, 
Nebr. : 
Daabsattest (baptismal certificate.) 
(Engraving.) 
Da we (G. Grosvenor), New York : 

Some rambling thoughts by Nemo. 
Jan. 2,1898. (Books: 3.) 

Jan. 9, 1898. (Books : 3.) 

DehnhofF (K.), New York: 

Parker (G. C). Jubilee march of 
the Greater New York. op. 270. 
(Piano.) (Music.) 
De Ribas (Louis A.), Boston: 

The cob-grip. (Photograph.) 
Detroit telephone co., Detroit, Mich. : 
Detroit telephone co. directory. 
Jan., 1898. (Books: 2.) 
De Vore piano co., Freeport, 111. : 

Important to piano buyers. (Books : 
2.) 
Dickson (Antonia), New York: 

Indian lullabv to the pale faces. 
(Book: 2.) 
Ditson (Oliver) co., Boston: 

Carew (Lady). The bridge. (Men's 
voices.) Arranged by P. A. 
Schnecker. (Music.) 

Mixed voices. Arranged by P. A. 

Schnecker. (Music.) 
Baitlett (J. C). Day (The) is ended. 
An evening hymn, with violin obli- 
gato. Alto or baritone, in E flat. 
(Music.) 
Browne (J. L.). Dixie. (Vocal.) 

(Music.) 
Spence (AY. R.). Flower song. 
(Blumenlied.) For piano. (Music.) 
Pierson (W. H.). Lead, kindly light. 

(Vocal.) (Music.) 
Grobe (C). Listen to the mocking 
bird, with variations, op. 608. 
(Piano.) (Music.) 
Dorn (C. J.). Rustic dances. (5 
landler.) For guitar. op. 44. 
(Music.) 



Ditson (Oliver) co., Boston: 

Auber. Selection from Fra Diavolo. 
Arranged for orchestra by George 
L. Tracy. (Music.) 

Ambrose (P.) Serenade, op. 12, 
no. 1. (Vocal.) (Music.) 

Nevin (G. B.). Softly now the light 
of day. (Vocal.) (Music.) 

Bullard (F. F. )'. There is no night in 
heaven. Hymn anthem. Mixed 
voices. (Music.) 
Dixon (Charles A.), Philadelphia: 

Leisure hours cover, Jan. 1898. 
(Print.) 
Donaldson (R. M.), New York: 

The flower girl. (Photograph.) 

Goodnight. (Photograph.) 
Donnelly (Reuben H.), Chicago: 

American farmers' almanac for 1898. 
19th year, illustrated. 1879-1898. 
(Books: 2.) 
Dorman (R.) & co., Nashville, Tenn. : 

Shields (L. J.). The Tennessee. 
Two-step. (Piano.) (Music.) 
Doubleday it McClure co., New York: 

Waring (G. E.). Street cleaning. 
(Books: 1.) 
Downer (M. B.), Chicago: 

McCoy (J.). A tribute of flowers to 
the memory of mother. (Books: 1.) 
Drumheller (Charles), St. Louis: 

( Au . ) Schomacker gold-string piano. 
Caprice brilliant. (Piano.) (Music.) 
Dyer (W. J.) & bro., St. Paul, Minn: 

Moore (T.). Beach (L.M.) Cru- 
saders (The). ( "The standard col- 
lection of graded songs and cho- 
ruses.") (Music.) 

(Donizetti.) Flowers for the brave. 
("The standard collection of grad- 
ed songs and choruses.") (Music.) 

Bishop (R. H.). Lads aud lasses. 
("The standard collection of grad- 
ed songs and choruses.") (Music.) 

Rhys-Herbert (W.). Lullaby. Sleep 
my baby, calm be thy slumbers. 
("Standard collection of graded 
songs and choruses.") (Music.) 

Paine (T.). Old cabin home. ("The 
standard collection of graded songs 
and choruses.") (Music.) 

Foster (S. C.) Old folks at home. 
For male or female voices. ("The 
standard collection of graded songs 
and choruses.") (Music.) 

Old Kentucky home. Folk 

song. ("The standard collection 
of graded songs and choruses.") 
(Music.) 

Williams (C). Thistle (The). ("The 
standard collection of graded songs 
and choruses.'') (Music.) 

Morris (().). (Donizetti.) Union 
(The) flag. (Hail to the union flag, 
all hail!) ("The standard col-, 
lection of graded songs and cho- 
ruses.'') (Music.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Dygert (Frank), Los Angeles, Cal. : 

Direct legislation, postal savings, 
banking, the cooperative comnion- 
wealth,~etc. (Books: 2.) 
Eastern door, sash, and blind mfg. ass'n, 
Buffalo, N.Y.: 
Price list. New England ed., Oct. 26, 
1897. (Books: 2.) 
Eberle (Frank). Chicago: 

(An.) Vainly waiting. (Vocal.) 
(Mnsic.) 
Edsall (Dean), New York: 

Two (The) rnbies. A comedy sketch. 

(Drama.) 
Wild (A) rose. A comedy sketch. 
(Drama.) 
Enoch & sons, London, England: 

Lane (G.). Children's ways. Song, 
no. 1, in D. (Music.) 

no. 2, in E flat. (Music.) 

no. 3, in F. (Music.) 

The life of a soldier, no. 1, in B 

flat. Song. (Music.) 

no. 2, in C. Song. (Music.) 

no. 3, in D. Song. (Music.) 

Enoch & co., Paris, France : 

Missa (E.). Montmartre. For full 
orchestra. (Music.) 

Suite de raises. Piano seul. 

(Music.) 
Enoch & Sons, London, England : 

Lane (G.). Pipistrello. Song. no. 1, 
in D. (Music.) 

no. 2, in E. (Music.) 

no. 3, in F. (Music; 

Be van (F.). The place where I was 
born. no. 1, in D. Song. (Music.) 

no. 2, in E flat. Song. (Music.) 

no. 3, in F. Song. (Music.) 

Ernst (Frank), Yorkville, 111.: 

(Au.) K. C. B. (The) march. Two- 
step. (Piano.) (Music.) 
Etter (Mrs. J.R.): 

Brandcamp (E.). You are gone, gen- 
tle mother. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
Evans (R.O.). Chicago: 

Evans's arithmetical study; hand- 
book for teachers and students. 
Prepared by Selim H. Peabodv. 
(Books: 1.) 

Evening post publishing co., New York: 
London topics. London, Jan. 1, 1898. 

(Books: 3.) 
Ewald (F. W.) & co., New York: 

Algebra. Parti. Instruction paper. 

(Books: 2.) 
Part 2. Instruction paper. 

(Books: 2.) 

Part 1. Question paper. 

Part 2. Question paper. 

Arithmetic. Part 2. Inst ruction 

paper. 

Question paper. 

Ewing (O. S.), Wabash, Ind. : 

Gas belt march. Two-step. Piano 

solo by C. Bayer. (Music.) 

13584— Vol. 14, :N T o. 1 5 



Falk (B.J.), New York: 

Mannering (Mary), no. 11. (Photo- 
graph.) 

no. 12. (Photograph.) 

Fell (Charles James), Wilkesbarre, Pa. : 

(Au.) It didn't seem like home. 
Song, with piano accompaniment. 
(Music.) 
Fischer (Carl), New York: 

Laurendeau (L. P.). "Colored (The) 
guards parade." March. Orches- 
tra, no. 857. (Music.) 

DeWitt (L.O.). "Eileen niackree." 
Waltz. Orchestra, no. 859. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Saenger(G.). "Empire waltz." Or- 
chestra, no. 858. (Music.) 

Tobani (T. M). " Fair vassar." Cap- 
priccio. Pianoforte, op. 351. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Leybach(J.). 5thnocturno. Piano- 
forte, op. 52. (Music.) 

Wallerstein (A.). First (The) love. 
(Erste liebe.) op. 28. For the 
pianoforte. (Music.) 

DeWitt (L. O.). "Glittering nug- 
gets. '' Medley overture. Orches- 
tra, no. 518. (Music.) 

Engel (C). "I was once vour wife." 
Waltz. Orchestra, no." 859. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Saens(C. S.). Introduction and rondo 
capriciosa. op. 28. Arranged for 
violin and piano by Gustav Saenger. 
no. 39. (Music.) 

Armand (C.). "Jovitta" serenade. 
(Pianoforte.) (Music.) 

Stahl (R.). "My love for thine." 
Waltz. (Pianoforte.) (Music.) 

Rosas (J.). Sobre las olas. Waltz. 
Arranged for mandolin and guitar 
byE.H. Frey. no. 60. (Music.) 

Aronson (R.). "Teresita," Waltz. 
(Orchestra.) no. 860. (Music.) 

(Fahbach- Tobani.) "Thorough- 
bred.'' Two-step. Arranged for 
mandolin, banjo, and guitar by 
E.H.Frev. no. 59. (Music.) 

Heed (J. C.). Tiger (The) march. 
(Orchestra.) no. 857. (Music.) 

Sitt(H.). Twelve compositions, op. 
26. Book 1. Arranged for violin 
and piano by Gustave Saenger. 
(Music.) 

Book 2. Arranged for violin 

and piano by Gustave Saenger. 
(Music.) 

Anderson (M. ) . White (The) heather. 
Waltz. Arranged for orchestra by 
Theo. M. Tobani. no. 862. (Music) 
Ford (D. Rhys), Ironton, Ohio: 

(Au.) Dear old home in Erin, land 
where the shamrock grows. (Vo- 
cal.) (Music.) 
Fowler (Nath'l C), jr., New York: 

Windows. The eves of business. 
(Books: 3.) 



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Fox (Richard K.), New York: 

Police (The) gazette sporting annual 
for 1898. (Books: 1.) 
Francis, Day & Hunter, Loudon, Eng- 
land : 

Osborne (C). All change. Song. 

(Music.) 
Closs(W.F.). Not what 'Ria wanted. 

Song. (Music.) 
Clarke (C). There always ay ill be 

fairies. Song. (Music.) 
Weatherhead (J.). We must have 
ships, we must have men. Song. 
(Music.) 
Closs (W. F.). Won't nobody em- 
ploy me? Song. (Music.) 
Frederici (Herbert) : 

(An.) Love's pleading waltzes. 
(Piano.) (Music.) 
French (Arthur J.), North East, Pa. : 
"Souvenir of North East Pennsyl- 
vania." (Books: 2.) 
Fries (Phil), Zurich, Switzerland: 

Ringeisen (M.). General von Hansen 
march, op. 52. Fur pianoforte. 
(Music.) 
Fruit belt publishing co., St. Joseph, 
Mich. : 
Earle's daybook for the farm. Van 
Buren county edition. Second 
year. 1898. (Books: 1.) 
Fuller (Edward F.) ; Haverhill, Mass.: 

Sister of Mercy. (Photograph.) 
Fuller (Frank L.), Boston: 

Sinking-fund tables. (Books: 2.) 
Furstner (Adolph), Berlin, Germany: 
Wagner (J. P.). Anna Dazumal. 
Waltzer. op. 303. Fur orchester. 
[Concert-repertorium.] (Music.) 

Donausagen. Waltzer. op. 304. 

Fiir orchester. [Concert-reperto- 
rium.] (Music.) 
Gale (Rachel Baker) & Baker (Robert 
Melville), Boston: 

" Bachelor Hall." A farcical comedy 
in three acts. (Drama: 1.) 
(Books: 1.) 
Gamble (Samuel Walter) : 

Gamble's chart of the ancient change- 
able sabbath days and years, and 
perpetual calendar of ancient 
months, weeks, sabbaths, sabbath 
years and jubilees. (Miscellaneous 
chart.) 
Geringer (August), Chicago: 

Zdrubek (Fraut B.). Bohemian and 

English interpreter Cesko- 

Anglicky Tlumac. (Books: 1.) 

Germania investment co., Cincinnati, 

Ohio: 

Financial schedule. 1897. (Books: 

2.) 
Schedule showing the value of paid- 
up certificates when redeemed 
after the thirty-sixth month. 
(Books: 2.) 



German press and plate co., Cleveland, 
Ohio: 
Lenz (R.). Offener schreibe brief 
des Philipp Sauerampfer. (Books: 
3.) 
Gifford (H. E.), Onset, Mass. : 

Onset and Point Independence. 
(Map.) 
Gilchrist & co., Boston: 

Burns (Robert). (Chromo.) 
Gilman (Clarabel) : 

Foods and food plants, v. By Cla- 
rabel Gilman. (Books: 3). 
Goble (Monte J.), Catlettsburg, Ky. : 
Goble's log sheet. (Miscellaneous 
chart.) 
Goggan (Thos.) & bro., Galveston, Tex.: 
Schram (B.). Debutante's dream 

waltz. (Piano.) (Music.) 
Koester (R.). My harp is untuned, 
Great Master. Song. Mezzo- 
soprano or baritone. (Music.) 
Kruger (E. H.). Octavia. Reverie. 
(Piano.) (Music.) 
Gould (E. F.), Rock Island, 111. : 

(Au.) Do you know my dear old 
mother? Song and chorus. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Gould (Tracy), New York; 

Aksakof (Mons. A.) A case of partial 
dematerialization of the body of a 
medium. (Books: 1.) 
Grant (H. N.), Buffalo, N. Y. : 

The artistic mazurka clog. Book 

no. 3. (Books: 2.) 
The artistic waltz clog. Book no. 4. 

(Books: 2.) 
Key (The) to step dancing. (Books: 
2.) 
Great American tea co., New York: 

Beauties. (Lithograph.) 
Griffing (Perry Henry), Oberlin, Ohio: 
(Au.) He wants a little change, and 
and other poems. (Books: 2.) 
Grit publishing companv, Williamsport, 
Pa.: 

"Rocks of interrogation." 

3.) 
"Thought tracks on the 
time." (Books: 3.) 
Guerin (F. \V.), St. Louis, Mo. : 

Missouri. (Photograph.) 
Gunter (A. C), New York : 

Shortz (R.). A passing emperor, 
novel. (Books: 1.) 
Gutterman (R. E.), Louisville, Ky. : 

(Au.) The Kentucky journalist 
March, two-step. F or piano 
(Music.) 
H. O. eo. (The), New York: 

Gold seekers. (Photograph.) 
Haas (Louis), Philadelphia : 

Ware (C. A.). Army echoes. March 
(Music.) 
Haas bros., St. Paul, Minn. : 

Minnesota soldiers' home. (Photo- 
graph.) 



(Books: 
trail of 

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Hall (Goo. P.) cV sou. New York: 

Grace church. Xcw York. (Photo- 
graph.) 

Holy trinity, Brooklyn. (Photo- 
graph.) 

Statue liberty, ST. Y. harbor. Nos. 
1-3. (Photographs.) 

U. S. S. New York, Nos. 1-2. (Photo- 
graphs. 
Hall-Mack co., Philadelphia: 

Yau De Venter (J.W.). Deeds of 
kindness. (Vocal.) (Music.) 

Hall (J. L.). He hears them all. 
(Vocal.) (Music.) 

Weaver (L.). He's a wonderful 
Savionrto me. (Vocal.) (Music.) 

Smith (H. E.). I am saved. (Vocal.) 
(Music.) 

The place called Calvary. 

(Vocal.) (Music.) 

Hyde (E. L.). Soul-refreshing songs 
for use in religious meetings. (Mu- 
sic book.) 

Hall (J. L.). Waiting for the dawn- 
ing. (Vocal.) (Music.) 

Bentley (C). Will you go with me? 
(Vocal.) (Music.) 
Hansen (Wilhelm), Leipzig, Germany: 

Waldscenen. (Skovscener.) Klavier- 
stiicke von Aug. Meinig. op. 10. 
(Music.) (Piano.) 
Harhen (WillN.): 

The north-walk mystery. By Will 
N. Harben. Chaps. 10-11. (Books: 
3.) 
Harding (Frank), Whitestone, N. Y. : 

Wilson (F.). Klondike, a song of 
gold. (Music.) 
Harms (T. B.) & co., New York: 

Kerker (G.). Belle of New York 
waltz. (Piano.) (Music.) 
Harper & bros., New York : 

Harper's round table art portfolio. 
(Books: 2.) 

How to obtain Harper's round table 
art portfolio. (Books: 2.) 

Tracy (J. C). Introductory course 
in mechanical drawing. (Books : 

1.) 
Harris (Charles K.), Milwaukee, Wis.: 
(Au.) ''Break the news to mother." 

(Vocal.) (Music.) 
Fagan. My African queen. A negro 
ditty. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
Harris (Gerard Burton), Bourbon, Ind. : 
Harris' astigmatism test chart. 
(Chart.) 
Hassler (C. C), Bloomington, 111.: 

The Woodman speaker. (Books: 2.) 
Hatch music co., Philadelphia: 

Chaminade (C). Pas des amphores. 
2d air de ballet, op. 37, no. 1. 
[Classic and modern pianoforte 
solos.] (Music.) 
Mattei (T.). Victoria gavotte. 
[Classic and modern pianoforte 
solos.] (Music.) 



Hawkins (A. H.), London, England: 

Simon Dale. A romance of the time 
of Kiug Charles II. Bv Anthony 
Hope. Chaps. 18-19. (Books: 3.) 
Haynes (Tilly), Boston: 

Newmap of Boston. Newed. (Map.) 
Held (Chas. VV.), New York: 

Deane(M.) Sweet Liza. Acoonsong 
and dance. (Music.) 
Hendrixson (W. S.), Grinnell, Iowa: 

Experiments in general chemistry. 
(Books: 2.) 
Hennaman (Wra.H.), Philadelphia: 

Sally Ann. Song and refrain. By 
William H. Sewell. (Music.) 
Hep worth (John F.) : 

Pan-American. March and two-step. 
By Emily P. Hep worth. (Piano.) 
(Music.) 
Herrick (E.R.) & co.. New York : 

Hall n\). When love laughs. 
(Books: 1.) 
Hengel & cie., Paris, France: 

Massenet (J.). Annee passee. Suit© 
de pieces piano a quatre mains. 
(Piano duet.) (Music.) 
Hobson & co., New York: 

Cast-iron plow, no. 75, junior. (En- 
graving.) 
Chilled side-hill plow, iron beam. 
(Engraving.) 

Wood beam. (Engraving.) 

Timber truck, style no. 1401. (En- 
graving.) 
Hoe (Henry), New York: 

Classification (A) of the most com- 
prehensive line of pens for vertical 
writing. (Books: 2.) 
Hoffman bros., Leavenworth, Kans. : 

Col. Rowland march. (Piano.) (Mu- 
sic.) 
Holton (Frank), Chicago: 

Holton (F.). There's something I 
would tell. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
Hood (John J.), Philadelphia: 

Entwisle (J. H.). Up with the ban- 
ner. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
Houghton & co., London, England: 

Leoni (F.). Spring's awakening, 
no. 1, in C. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
Houghton (F. O.) & co., Boston: 

Bicycling notes for tourists abroad. 
(Books: 2.) 
Howard (M. E.), Westboro, Mass.: 

Dues arrearage notice. (Books: 2.) 
M. E. Howard's golden cross com- 
plete quarterly dues notice, second 
quarter, April 1 to July 1, 1898. 
(Books: 2.) 
Hyne (C. T. Cutliffe) : 

A personally conducted duel. By C. 
T. Cutliffe Hyne. (Books: 3.) 
litis (Peter E.): 

Gladiators (The). Two-step and 
march. (Piano.) (Music.) 



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International photographic pub. co., 
Chicago : 

Ireland in pictures. Part 15 inter- 
national art series. (Books: 2.) 
International (The) trading-stamp co., 
Knoxville, Teun. : 
Trading-stainn book of Knoxville, 
Tenn. (Books: 2.) 
Jackson (H. P.) and Dunham (J. R.), 
Chariton, Iowa: 
Dunham (J. R.). A race' with death. 
Song and chorus. (Music.) 
Jacobs (Walter), Boston: 

Jvenneth (W. D.). Watch Hill two- 
step; 1st, 2d, and 3d mandolins 
and guitar. (Music.) 
Jefferson (Chas. E.), Chelsea, Mass.: 

Quiet talks with earnest people in my 
study. (Books: 3.) 
Jefferson (R. Miller G.), Providence, R. I. : 
(Au.) Cissy Fitzgerald march. Two- 
step. (Piano.) (Music.) 
Johns (H. W.) mfg. co., New York: 
Color card. (Books: 2.) 
Descriptive price list. Asbestos. 



(Books 



Reasons why. (Books: 2.) 
Trade price list, Jan., 1898. Asbestos, 
liquid paints, roof paints, etc. 
(Books: 2.) 
Johnson & Stokes, Philadelphia: 

Johnson & Stokes' garden and farm 
manual for 1898. (Books: 2.) 
Jones (Lottie E.), Danville, 111.: 

Jones (L. E.) and Black (S. AY.). 
First reader. [New era series.] 
(Books: 1.) 

Second reader. [New era series.] 

(Books: 1.) 
Judge pub. co., New York : 
Fit (A) ending. (Print.) 
Helpless. (Print.) 
Judge's puzzle pictures. 9th contest, 

series 2. (Print.) 
U. S. crowned with gold. (Print.) 
Kansas City star co., Kansas City, Mo. : 
Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas 
City star, Jan. 3, 1898.) (Books: 3.) 

(Jan. 4, 1898.) (Books: 3.; 

(Jan. 5, 1898.) (Books: 3.) 

Kerr (Jessie Vivien) : 

(Au.) My love will follow you. 
(Yocal.) (Music.) 
Kets-Kemethy (M.), Washington, D. C. : 
Washington (The) gavel. (Photo- 
graph.) 
Kirkpatrick (Wm. J.), Philadelphia: 
(Au.) The awakening. (Yocal.) 

(Music.) 
(Au.) The heavenly city. [Mixed 

voices.] (Music.) 
(Au.) Hosanna, Hosanna. (Yocal.) 

(Music.) 
(Au.) Say ! will you meet me there? 
[Mixed voices.] (Music.) 



Kistner (Fr.), Leipzig, Germany: 

Pantillon (G.) Allegretto, op. 36, 
no. 1. Yiolin and piano. [Pieces 
lyrique.] (Music.) 

Gound (R.). Am ersten tag des 
maien. op. 23, no. 1. Singstimme 
mit piano. Hoch. (Vocal.) (Mu- 
sic.) 

Pantillon (G.). Campagnarde. op. 
45, no 2. Violin audpiano. (Avec 
un 2d violin ad lib.) [Pieces 
lyriques.] ^2 violins and piano.) 
(Music.) 

Canzona. op. 21, no. 5. Violin 

and piano. [Pieces lyriques.] 
(Music.) 

Chanson villageoise. op. 36, no. 

2. Violin and piano. [Pieces 
lyriques.] (Music.) 

Chant des abeilles. op. 21. no. 

6. Violin and piano. [Pieces 
lyriques.] (Music.) 

Danse rustique. op. 45, no. 1. 

Violin and piano. (Avec un 2d 
violin ad lib.) [Pieces lyriques.] 
(2 violins and piano.) (Music.) 

Gound (R. ). Diebetahl. op. 23,no. 

3. 1 singstimme mit piano. Hoch. 
(Vocal.) (Music.) 

Pantillon (G.). Intermede. op. 36, 
no. 3. Yiolin and piano. [Pieces 
lyriques.] (Music.) 

Lied. op. 36, no. 5. Violin and 

piano. [Pieces lyriques.] (Music.) 

Madrigal, op. 21, no. 4. Yiolin 

and piano. [Pieces lyriques.] 
(Music.) 

Gound (JR.). Mai. op. 23, no. 5. 
1 singstimme mit piano. Hoch. 
(Yocal.) (Music.) 

Pantillon (G.). MeTodie sans pa- 
roles, op. 21, no. 3. Violin and 
piano. [Pieces lyriques.] (Mu- 
sic.) 

Menuet. op. 21, no. 2. Yiolin 

and piano. [Pieces lyriques.] 
(Music.) 

Pay sage d'Automne. op. 36, no. 

6. Violin and piano. [Pieces 
lyriques.] (Music.) 

Priere. op. 21, no. 1. Violin 

and piano. [Pieces lyriques.] 
(Music.) 

Davidoff(C). Romance sans paroles. 
Pour violoncelle with piano ac- 
companiment, op. 23. Transcribed 
for organ by Edwin H. Lemare. 
(Organ.) (Music.) 

Pantillon (G.). Rondinetto. op. 36, 
no. 4. Violin and piano. [Pieces 
lyriques.] (Music.) 

Gound (R.). Strainpelchen. op. 23, 
no. 4. 1 singstimme mit piano. 
Hock. (Vocal.) (Music.) 

Wach' auf. op. 23, no. 2. 1 

singstimme mit piano. Hoch. 
(Yocal.) 



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Kittredge (A. O.), New York: 

The accounting engineer. [Balance- 
sheet system of accounts. 5.] 
(Books: 2.) 

Accounting specifications and formu- 
las. [Balance-sheet system of ac- 
counts. 2.] (Books: 2.) 

I write hooks on accounting. [Bal- 
ance-sheet system of accounts. 1.] 
(Books: 2.) 
Klopsch (Louis), New York : 

Holy (The) Bible. Comprising the 
authorized version of the old and 
new testaments. 
Kneeland (Fred.), Lansing, Mich. : 

Wheel (The). Bicycle song and 
dance. By Fred. Kneeland. 
(Vocal.) (Music.) 
Knight (Walter H.), New Brighton, N.Y. : 

Alaska. (Map.) 

: (Photograph.) 

Kunkel bros., St. Louis, Mo. : 

Palms (The). Les Rameux. J. Faure- 
Charles Kunkel. (Piano.) (Music.) 

Sounds from Elysium. Reverie. A. 
Bergt. Trans, by Kunkel-Conrath. 
Duet for 2 pianos. (Music.) 
Kunsman (Geo. W.), Reading, Pa.: 

(Au.) The Centaur march. For 2 
mandolins and guitar. (Music.) 
Knssell (Philip), Cincinnati, Ohio: 

(Au. ) Wlien the clock strikes twelve. 
(Vocal.) (Music.) 
La Ferte (Wm. H.), Milwaukee, Wis.: 

(Au.) K. of P. march. (Piano.) 
(Music.) 
Lammers (P. J.). Baltimore, Md. : 

Jazone (H. L. D.), May (D. M. H.). 
Children's ball. (Intermezzo.) Ar- 
ranged for violin and piano. Musi- 
cal pearls, no. 30. (Music.) 

Schumann (R.), May (D. M. H.). Joy- 
ous farmer. Variations. Arranged 
for violin and piano. Garden of 
gems, no. 18. (Music.) 

May (D.M.H.). The Tyrolese and 
his child. Variations. Arranged 
for violin and piano. Garden of 
gems, no. 9. (Music.) 

Goftaerts. May (D. M. H.). Volon- 
taires march. Arranged for violin 
and piano. Musical pearls, no. 29. 
(Music.) 
Lasley (Morgan E. A.), New York: 

Sketch from life's book of the house 
on wheels. (Books: 2.) 
Law (Robt.O.), Chicago: 

Atlanta journal almanac for 1898. 
(Books: 1.) 

The Argus almanac, 1898. (Books: 
1.) 
Le Barge (J. A.), Nashville, Tenn. : 

(Au.) Infanta patrol. For mandolin. 
(Music.) 



Leland (Arthur S.), Boston: 

Pocket manual of the stocks which 
paid dividends for the year 1897, for 
New York and Boston. (Books: 2.) 
Liefeld (Albert D.): 

Sweet sorrow waltzes. By Albert D. 
Liefeld. Piano solo. (Music.) 
Lippincott (J. B.) co., Philadelphia: 

Whiting (A. D.). Aids to aseptic 
technique. (Books: 1.) 

Chamber's encyclopaedia, vs. 

1-10. (Books: 1.) 

Rowland (J. F.). Locomotive engi- 
neering. (Books: 2.) 

Marine engineering. (Books: 2.) 

Mechanical drawing. Lesson 

no. 3. (Books: 2.) 

Mensuration. (Books: 2.) 

Stationary engineering. (Books: 

2.) 
Lomas music co., Chicago: 

Patrick (W. C). Bachelor girls 

polka. Mandolin solo. (Music.) 
Lorenz (E. S.). Dayton, Ohio: 

Danks (H. P.). " Blessed is the peo- 
ple." Anthem. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
Kirkpatrick (W. J.). The earth is 

the Lord's. Anthem. (Music.) 
Ashford (E. L.). "His task is o'er." 

Male quartet. (Music.) 
Nelson (A. W.). "Late, late, too 

late." Anthem. (Music.) 
Ashford (E. S.). "Song of praise." 

Anthem. (Music.) 
Luckhardt and Belder, New York : 

Verdi (G.). With martial music. An 

son des chants de guerre. (Music.) 
Preston (A. P.). Baptismal music. 

(Baptismal sentences.) no. 57. 

(Music.) 
Baier (V.). Christmas carol. "In 

the field with their flocks abiding." 

(Music.) 
Wilkinson (W. O.). Christmas carol. 

" Ring the bells." (Music.) 

"Sing once more the old, old 

story." (Music.) 

"Stars their midnight watch 

were keeping." (Music.) 

Nessler (V. E.j. The close of day. 
Abschied hat der tag genommen. 

op. 89, no. 2. (Music.) 
Beach (T. G.). Hark! what mean. 

Christmas anthem. (Music.) 
Spicker (M. ). Lonely, op. 40, no. 2. 

For male voices. (Music.) 
Kollner (E.). The mountain stream. 

Am bergstrom. (Music.) 
Weinzierl (M. v.) Now to-day's here. 

Heute ist heut. op. 43, no. 2. 

(Music.) 
Schubert (F.). The Omnipotence. 

Die Allmacht. op. 79. (Music.) 
Meyer-Olbersleben (M.). St. Johns' 

night at the Rhine. Johannis- 

nacht am Rhein. op. 23, no 3. 

(Music.) 



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Luekhardt and Belder, New York: 

Kroegel(A.). Serenade. Nachtgruss. 

op. 14. (Music.) 
Campbell (F.). There was an old 
soldier. Male chorus. (Music.) 
Luhu (Walter), St. Louis, Mo. : 

Ralston (F. M.). Joyfulness. Waltz. 
(Piauo.) (Music.) 
McClure (Charles W.), Kansas City, Mo. : 
Drinking old rye dew. Song and 

chorus. (Music.) 
Old (The) old story. Song, with 

waltz refrain. (Music.) 
Where the rose and the lily grew. 
Song, with waltz refrain. (Music.) 
McCosh (David S. and George B.), Mount 
Morris, 111. : 
McCosh (D. S.). Concert waltz, 
Gladys. Orchestra. (Music.) 

Gems of the parlor. (Piano or 

organ.) (Music book.) 
McFerrin (Mabel Lee) : 

(Au.) Kappa alpha fraternity. 
March. (Piano.) (Music.) 
McManis (Georgia), Colorado Springs, 
Colo. : 
A practical system of vertical writ- 
ing. (Books: 2.) 
Macmillan co., New York: 

Bennett (W. H.), Adeney (W. F.). 
The Bible story retold for young- 
people. (Books: 1.) 
Dunning (W. A.). Essays on the civil 
war and reconstruction and related 
topics. (Books: 1.) 
Durand (E. D.). The finances of 

New York city. (Books: 1.) 
Zola (E.). Paris. Translated by 
Ernest Alfred Vizetelly. v. 2, book 
3, chaps. 2-3. (Books: 1.) 
Manahan (C.F.), Chicago: 

The wholesale furniture trade and 
kindred lines of Chicago, 1898. 
(Books: 1.) 
Matthews (George E.) & co., Buffalo, 
N. Y. : 
Buffalo express album of the year 
past. (Books: 2.) 
Matthews (John .I.),U. S. : 

Members' pocket calendar, legisla- 
ture .of New Jersey, session 3898. 
(Books: 1.) 
Maunder (J.H.), Great Britain: 

(Au.) Penitence, pardon, and peace. 
A short Lenten cantata. (Vocal.) 
(Music.) 
Maxham (A. J.), Washington, D. C. : 

(Au.) Satisfied. (A* reverie.) (Vo- 
cal.) (Music.) 
Maynard, Merrill & co., New York: 

Crito; or, the duty of a citizen. By 

Plato. (Books:' 2.) 

Mermod freres, Ste, Croix, Switzerland: 

(Shibley.) Fridtjof Nansen. March. 

no. 421. [Musical chart.] (Music.) 

Adams (S.). Holy city (The), no. 

417. (Musical chart.) 



Mermod freres, Ste. Croix, Switzerland: 

Spahn (A.). Koinm, Karline, komm. 
no. 415. (Musical chart.) 

Dykes (J. B.). Lead, kindly light, 
amid encircling gloom, no. 416. 
(Musical chart.) 

(Waldteuffel.) Marianna. Waltz, 
no. 413. (Musical chart.) 

(Giorzaj Palmira. Polka, no. 414. 
(Musical chart.) 

Wien neerlandsch bloed. Chant na- 
tional hollandais. no. 412. (Mu- 
sical chart.) 
Metropolitan music co., Minneapolis, 
Minn : 

Valse lente. op. 17, no. 2. For piano 
by Gustavus Johnson. (Music.) 
Miles & Thompson, Boston : 

Ortb (L. E.) Bouquet waltz. For 
piano, op. 8., no. 2. (Music.) 

Bugler's inarch. For piano, op 

8, no. 1. (Music.) 

By the mill. For piano, op. 3 

no. 3. (Music.) 

Dance in the grove. For piano 



op. 3, no. 



(Music.) 



op 
3 

For piano 
For piano 
piano, op 



Dancing girl. For piano 

8, no. 3. (Music) 

Fire flies. For piano, op. 

no. 5. (Music.) 

Holiday morning. 

op. 3, no. 1. (Music.) 
Midsummer night. 

op. 3, no. 6. (Music.) 

The mowers. For 

3, no. 4. (Music.) 

Miller (Andrew), Bisbee, Ariz. : 

Cave (The) in the mine of the cop 
per queen consolidated mining co. 
at Bisbee, Ariz., in which the Ma 
sonic grand lodge of Arizona met 
Nov. 10, 1897. nos. 1-10. (Photo 
graphs. ) 
Miller (E.H.): 

Collins (C.H.) Sweet Kosie Magee 
Waltz song with chorus. (Music.) 
Millet (Frank 1).), New York, N. Y. : 
Sketch of woman. (Painting.) 
Miner (H. C.) lithographing company, 
New York : 

Ladder of life. no. 6044. 1 sheet. 
(Lithograph.) 
Mississippi valley trust company, St. 
Louis, Mo. : 

Diary for the bar of St. Louis city 

and county, covering the court 

calendar year 1897-98. (Books : 1.) 

Montauk multiphase cable company, New 

York : 

Contractor's handbook of causes of 
fire. (Books: 2.) 
Morley(W.) and co., London, England: 
Treliarne (B.). Across the foaming 

sea. Song, in D. (Music.) 
St. Quentin (E.). Adam and Eve. 
Song, in F. (Music.) 



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IXDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Morlev ( W.) and co., London, England : 
Cantor (O.). Lady Babbie. Gavotte 

for piano. (Music.) 
Morrison (W. M.) Chicago: 

Russell (Lillian)." Nos. 114-142. 

(Photographs.) 
Morse (Lyman D.) advertising agency, 
New York : 

Does this hat fit you? (Boohs : 2.) 
Norton (John P.) & co., Louisville, Ky. : 
Western (The) farmers' almanac. 

1898. (Books: 2.) 
Miiller (D.), New York: 

Fahrbach (Rh.). Aeronaut. Piano. 

Galop, no. 2. (Music.) 
(Au.) Amorette. Mazurka. (Yorke 

Piano.) no. 5. (Music.) 
Wilson (A.). Diamonds of thought. 

Waltz. Piano, no. 10. (Music.) 
Frank (J.). Elfin. Polka. Piano. 

no. 8. (Music.) 
Crane (H.M.). "Enavant." March. 

Piano, no. 2. (Music.) 
(Au.) Enchantress. Tarsovienne. 

Piano, no. 11. (Music.) 
(Au.) Fairy visions. Yarsovienne. 

Piano, no. 10. (Music.) 
Nelson (E.). Golden gate. Schot- 

tische. Piano, no. 4. (Music.) 
Crane (H. M.). Homeward bound. 

March. (Two-step.) Piano, no. 8. 

(Music.) 
(Au.) Jerome park. Quadrille. 

Piano, no. 3. (Music.) 
Crane (H.M.). Myosotis. (Forget-me- 
not.) Polka. Piano, no 12. (Music.) 
Wilson (A.). " Northern spy." Lan- 
cers. (Piano.) (Music.) 
Frank (J.). Paeony. Waltz. Piano. 

no. 7. (Music.) 
Wilson (A.). Springtime. Mazurka. 

(Yorke.) Piano, no. 4. (Music.) 
Bailey (H.). Sylvan grove. Schot- 

tische. Piano, no. 11. (Music.) 
Wood(S.). Tiptop. Polka. Piano. 

no. 5. (Music.) 
(Au.) Tivoli. Lancers. Piano. 

no. 9. (Music.) 
Baker (W. H.). Topic of the time. 

March. (Two-step.) Piano, no. 

12. (Music.) 
(Au.) Tillage (The) festival. Waltz 

quadrille. Piano, no. 6. (Music.) 
Murray (Arthur), New Haven, Conn. : 
Appendix to manual of arms adapted 

to the Springfield rifle, caliber .45. 

(Books: 2.) 
Nicolls (William Jasper): 

Coal catechism. By William Jasper 

Nicolls. Part io. Haulage. 

(Books: 3.) 
Niklas (Wincent R.), Chicago, 111. : 

Only (The) Polish bishop of the 

Catholic independent church in 

the United States of America. 1st 

position. 
2d position. (Photograph.) 



Novello, Ewer & co., London, England: 
Elgar(E.). Chanson de nuit. Pour 
violon et piano. (Music.) 
Novello, Ewer & co., New York: 

Coenen(W.). Come unto me. Sacred 

song. no. 2, in G. (Music.) 
Macfarlane (W. C). Happy is the 
man that findeth wisdom. An- 
them for four voices. (Music.) 
Clarke (H.). Pastoral, or offertory. 
For organ. (Music.) 
Ober (F. A.), New York : 

Hero (The) of New Orleans. Sketches 
of the career of Andrew Jackson. 
(Books: 3.) 
Orpheus publishing co., Chicago: 

Tanderpoel (K. ). Ring out, ye merry 
Christmas bells. (Christmas carol.) 
(Music.) 
Orr (Ernest B.), East Liverpool, Ohio: 
Orr (J. M.). Grau'ma. Waltz song. 
(Music.) 
Otis (James) : 

The Howell necklace. [Chaps. 15- 
23.] (Books: 3.) 
Parker (Gilbert) : 

The gunner of Perce rock. By Gil- 
bert Parker. (Books: 3.) 
Patton (Jos. A.), Haddon Heights, N. J. : 
Acme dancing chart. (Directions.) 
(Chart.) 
Peale (R. S.) and Hill (J. A.), New York: 
Warner (C. D., editor) and others. 
Library of the world's best litera- 
ture. v.23. (Books: 1.) 

v. 24. (Books: 1.) 

Phillips & Page, London, England: 

Lardelli (G). Gay (The) zingara. 
Song. Key of E minor. (Music.) 
Chapman (E. A.). My boyhood's 
dreams. Song. Key of F. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Pieffer (Mary J.), Lowell, Mass. : 

British tax stamp. Act of 1765. 
(Photograph.) 
Pond (Wm. A.) & co., New York.: 

Knapp (J. F.). New (A) leaf. (To- 
cal.) (Music.) 

Our habitation. (Music.) 

Potter (David), New York:. 

Utility; a new social life. (Books: 2.) 
Presser (Theodore), Philadelphia: 

Draa(C.C). Bavarian dance. For 

piano. (Music.) 
Gilchrist (W. W.). Canst thou leave 

me thus, my Kafy? (Music.) 
Adam (A.). Christmas song. (Yo- 

cal.) (Music.) 
Lang (H. A.). Cradle song. Wiegen- 

liedchen. (Piano.) (Music.) 
Forster(R.). Cuckoo song. (Tocal.) 

(Music.) 
MacClymont (W.E.). Dorothy ga- 
votte, op. 10, no. 4. For piano. 
(Music.) 
Reinhold (IL). First valse. Pittor- 
esque. (Piano.) (Music) 



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Presser (Theodore), Philadelphia: 

Gilchrist (W. W.). Here awa, there 

awa (wandering Willie). (Vocal.) 

(Music.) 
Smith (W. G.). Laughing waters. 

op. 77. Fantasie etude. Piano- 
forte. (Music.) 
Boscovitz (F.). The merry plow boy. 

(Old English.) For piano. (Music.) 
Eilenberg (R . ) . The mill in the Black 

Forest, op. 52. 4 hands. (Piano 

duet.) (Music.) 
Gilchrist (W. W.). My highland 

lassie O. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
O wert thou in the cauld blast. 

(Vocal.) (Music.) 
Mozart (W. A.). Pastoral, with 

variations. (Pastoral variee.) For 

piano. (Music.) 
Boscovitz (F.). Present arms. (Scene 

militaire.) For piano. (Music.) 
Montagna (M.). Pride of the north. 

March and two-step. (Piano.) 

(Music.) 
Gilchrist (W. W.). She's a winsome, 

wee thing. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
Lichner(H.). The spring time of life. 

op. 60, no. 4. (Piano.) (Music.) 
Boscovitz (F.). Thoughts of home. 

(Reverie.) For piano. (Music.) 
Bohm (C). With song and mirth. 

op. 153. For piano. (Music.) 
D'Hardelot (G.). Without thee. 

(Vocal.) (Music.) 
Price & Lee co., New Haven, Conn. : 

Clinton directory, 1898. (Including 

Lancaster.) (Books: 1.) 
Regina music box co., Railway, N. J. : 
Bulgarian quadrille. Part 1, no. 1128. 

(Musical chart.) 

Part 2, no. 1128. (Musical chart.) 

Part 3, no. 1128. (Musical chart.) 

Part 4, no. 1128. (Musical chart.) 

Part 5, no. 1128. (Musical chart. ) 

Part 6, no. 1128. (Musical chart. ) 

Don't say you have no friends. 

Song. Graham, no. 1556. (Musical 

chart.) 
Espanita waltz. Rosey. no. 1554. 

(Musical chart.) 
Lost (The) chord, and Rock of ages. 

Songs, no. 4089. (Musical chart.) 
My gal's a high born lady, and She 

wanted something to play with. 

Songs, no. '4090. (Musical chart.) 
Only a dream of the past. Song. 

Deane. no. 1553. (Musical chart.) 
Sylvia caprice. Janssen. no. 2187. 

(Musical chart.) 
Take back your gold. Song. Rosen- 
* feld. no. 1555. (Musical chart.) 
Wiener fiakerlied. Song. no. 1557. 

(Musical chart.) 

Reid (Will R.), Fort Scott, Kans. : 

(Au.) A fin de siecle maiden. Song. 
(Music.) 



Remington (E. P.), Pittsburg, Pa.: 

Remington's map. Towns within 100 

miles of Pittsburg in which news- 
papers are published. (Map.) 
Remington bros., Pittsburg, Pa. : 

Remington bros.' newspaper manual. 

Tenth issue. 1898. (Books: 1.) 
Richard (Gedeon), Auburn, Me. : 

Old (The) town carnival march. Two- 
step. By Gedeon R. Comptois. (2 

banjos.) (Music.) 
Rieger (Win. H.) and Bissell (D. W.): 
Ich hab im trauin geweinet. (In 

dreams have I been weeping.) By 

Dwight Walter Bissell. (Vocal.) 

(Music.) 
Ripley (F. H.) and Tapper (Thomas), 
Boston : 

(Au.) The natural course in music. 

(Books: 2.) 
Rohlfs (Anna Katharine) : 

The bronze hand. By Anna Katha- 
rine Green. Chaps. 4-5. (Books: 3.) 
Root (Ivy Ashton), New York: 

(Au.) Mozart in 5 acts. (Drama.) 
Ross (Louis H.; & co., Boston: 

Burnham (J. N.). Amacita march. 

Two-step. (Piano.) (Music.) 
Heindl (M.) Castle square stock co. 

march. (Piano.) (Music.) 
Chandler (M. F.). Charming Louise 

galop. (Piano.) (Music.) 
Gray (H.). Dat yaller coon. Song. 

(Music.) 
Moore (A. K.). Far from thee, ma- 

vourrieen. Song. (Music.) 
Van Vleck (A.). Irma waltz. For 

pianoforte. (Music.) 
Gasey (T. J.). Just tell her that I 

love her still. Song. (Music.) 
Bartlett (E. C.) and Vannah (K.). 

Little (The) caporal. March and 

two-step. (Banjo.) (Music.) 

Piano, 4 hands. (Music.) 

Ormsby (G. F.). Love me sweet. 

Song. (Music.) 
Snow (J. A.). My old Kentucky 

home. Transcription. (Piano.) 

(Music.) 
Moore (A. K.). Red (The) breast of 

the robin. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
Blake (C. D.). Shooting the chutes. 

Galop brilliant. For pianoforte. 

(Music.) 
Fitzgibbon (D.). There's a county 

house for pauper folks like you. 

Song. (Music.) 
Rossiter (Will), Chicago: 

Caldwell (A.). Cupid's frolic. 

(Piano.) (Music.) 
Dear old Germany. Song. By C. H. 

Kerr. (Music.) 
Bernard (M.). Gloriana. March. 

Song. (Music.) 
Davis (G. L.). I loved her first. 

(Vocal.) (Music.) 



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Rossiter (Will), Chicago: 

Bernard (M.). The La Fayette 
two-step. (Piano.) (Music.) 

Poeta (El). March and two-step. 
Composed by Lewis Reiterman. 
(Piano.) (Music.) 

Reiterman (L.). The Millie Wilson 
waltzes. (Piano.) (Music.) 

Williams (W. R. ). Reporting the 
news for the press. Song and 
chorus. (Music.) 

Sunshine. Song. (Music.) 

That's the cause of it. Song. By 
C. H. Kerr. (Music.) 
Sachs (Isidor), New York : 

(Au.) Oriental blossoms. Waltz, 
op. 13. (Piano.) (Music.) 
Sanborn-Perris map co., ltd., New York: 

Allentown, Lehigh county, Pa. (In- 
surance maps.) 1897. (Map.) 

Batavia, Kane county, 111. (Insur- 
ance maps.) Dec, 1897. (Map.) 

Momence, Kankakee county, 111., 
Dec, 1897. (Map.) 

Port Allegany, McKeon county, Pa., 
Dec, 1897. (Map.) 

Red Jacket, Houghton county, Mich. 
(Insurance maps.) Dec, 1897. 
(Map.) 
Schafer (Christian), New York : 

Becker (C). Night (A) in June. 
(Nocturno. ) op. 76. For the piano. 
(Music) 
Schenkel (S.), New York: 

(Au.) Cadillac (The) march. (Two- 
step.) (Piano.) (Music.) 
Schirmer (G.) jr., Boston : 

Little (E.). I arise from dreams of 
thee. (Male voices.) (Music) 

When the moon shall rise. (Male 

voices.) (Music.) 
Schloss (Jacob), New York: 

Elise, Nos. 3, 5, 7. (Photographs. ) 

Elise & Elaine. No. 4. (Photo- 
graph.) 

No. 6. (Photograph. ) 

Schmauk (Emanuel) : 

Gommer (S.). God is our refuge and 
strength. Anthem. (Music) 
Schmidt ( Arthur P. ) . Boston : 

Hadley (H. K.). Ballade (A) of mid- 
summer, op. 8, no. 2. Men's voices, 
no. 216. (Music.) 

Beach (Mrs. H. A.). Berceuse, op. 
40, no. 2. Violin and piano. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Bishop (H. R.). The bloom is on the 
rye. (Men's voices.) Arranged by 
F. J. Smith, no. 217. (Music.) 

Rheinberger (J.). Come, said Jesus' 
sacred voice, op. 170, no. 8. 
(Mixed voices.) no. 377. (Music.) 

Whitney (S. B.). Consider, O Lord. 
Anthem. (Mixed voices.) (Mu- 
sic) 



Schmidt (Arthur P.) Boston: 

Meyer-Hclmund (E.). The contented 
lover, op. 152, no. 1. (Men's 
voices.) no. 211. (Music.) 

Hadley (H. K.). Even song. op. 
8, no. 1. [Men's voices.] (Music) 

Tebbs (C. H.). In thee, O God. 
(Mixed voices.) no. 399. (Music.) 

Beach (Mrs. H. H. A.). La captive. 
op. 40, no. 1. (For G string). Violin 
and piano. (Music) 

Marston (G. W.). Lord of all being, 
throned afar. Hymn anthem. 
(Mixed voices.) no. 417. (Music.) 

Beach (Mrs. H. H. A.). Mazurka, 
op. 40, no. 3. Violin and piano. 
(Music.) 

Marston (G. W.). Pilgrim, burdened 
with thy sin. Response. (Mixed 
voices.) no. 418. (Music.) 

Meyer-Helmund (E.). The roamer. 
op. 152, no. 3. (Men's voices.) no. 
213. (Music.) 

Foote (A.). Song (A) of four sea- 
sons. When spring comes laugh- 
ing.) B flat. Low voice. (Mu- 
sic) 

Meyer-Helmund (E.). Sweet be thy 
rest. op. 152, no. 2. (Men's voices.) 
no. 212. (Music.) 

Foote (A.). Through the long days. 
High voice in F. (Music.) 

Eflat. Low voice. (Music.) 

. Underbill (C. D.). Thy home is with 
the humble, Lord. (Mixed voices. ) 
(, Music) 

Schumann (R.). The two grenadiers. 
(Men's voices.) Arranged by F. J. 
Smith, no. 219. (Music.) 

Marston (G. W.). We would see 
Jesus. Sentence. (Mixed voices.) 
no. 419. (Music.) 
Schmidt (William), Cincinnati, Ohio: 

(Au.) Free silver march. (Piano.) 

(Music) 
Schott's (B.) sohne, Mainz, Germany: 

Pery(M.). Zweihumoresken. op. 12. 
no. 1. Fur pianoforte. (Music.) 

Vier albumbliitter. op. 17. no. 

1. Far pianoforte. (Music) 
Schrade (George), New York: 

"Drill and tap drill gage chart, for 
machine screw taps." (Chart.) 
Schubert (C. J.), Neligh, Nebr. : 

(Au.) Major (The) and harmonic 
minor scales. (Music) 
Schuster (C.) & son, New York: 

Zimmermann (J.). "Arlington." 
Waltz quadrille. [Orchestra.] 
(Music.) 

Loesch (A.). 5 herder march. (Pi- 
ano.) (Music.) 

(Eugene's) Sensation. York. [Or- 
chestra.] (Music.) 

(Eugene's) She's my darling Kate. 
Schottische. [Orchestra.] (Mu- 
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Scoles (J. W.), Martinsville, 111. : 

Scoles's musical chart (Chart.) 
Scrammell (A. D.) & co., Believue, Ohio: 
iEolian cluh. March and two-step. 
(Piano.) (Music.) 
Senter (M.) & co., Kansas City, Mo. : 

Lyttle(T.). Allemande (The). (Pi- 
ano.) (Music ) 
Consuelo. An original dance. Music 
by J. N. Worthington. (Piano.) 
(Music.) 
Dare (L. E.). La danse Beatrice. 

(Piano.) (Music.) 
Sampsen (L). Psyche (The) gavotte. 
Dance in waltz and gavotte tempo. 
(Piano.) (Music.) 
Setchell (G.W.), Boston: 

McMahon (T. B.). Take me back, 
babe. Symphony de coon. Chorus 
arranged in rag time. (Music.) 
Sheard (Charles) & co., London, Eng- 
land: 
Brett (H.). Pa, from Africa. Song. 
(Music.) 
Shepard (Frank), Chicago : 

Shepard's national system of adhe- 
sive annotations. Supplement to 
v. 64, Minnesota decisions. (Books : 
2.) 
Supplement to v. 81, Federal re- 
porter decisions. (Books: 2.) 
Supplement to v. 94-95, Wis- 
consin decisions. (Books: 2.) 

Supplement to v. 98-99, Georgia 

decisions. (Books: 2.) 
Sherer (John B. (St. Louis, Mo. : 

(An. ) The Austerlitz march . (Piano. ) 
(Music.) 
Shortstorv pub. co., Boston: 

Mar./l898. (Print.) 
Showalter-Lin coin co., Dallas, Tex. : 
Bright beams. By A. J. Showalter 

and others. (Music book.) 
Song-land messenger, no. 2. By A. J. 
< Showalter and others. (Books : 1.) 
Shnman (A.) & co., Boston: 

The Shuman mercantile diary, 1898. 
(Books: 1.) 
Sibley (John T.), St. Louis, Mo. : 

(Au.) Blue crown. Gavotte. (Man- 
dolin and guitar.) (Music.) 
(Au.) Cherry winner. Waltz. (Man- 
dolin and guitar.) (Music.) 
(Au.) Crimson rim. Waltz. (Man- 
dolin and guitar.) (Music.) 
(Au.) Swell special. March. (Man- 
dolin and guitar.) (Music.) 
(Au.) White flyer. Galop. (Mando- 
lin and guitar.) (Music.) 
(Au.) Yellow fellow. Schottische. 
(Mandolin and guitar.) (Music.) 
Silver, Burdett &. co., Boston: 

(Shumann.) Pictures of travel no. 
313 ; of strange lands and people, 
op. 15, no. 1. Pianoforte. Arranged 
by Albert Ross Parsons. (Music.) 



Silver, Burdett & co., Boston: 

(Beethoven.) Terpsichore, no 317. 
Allegretto in D flat. op. 27, no. 2. 
Pianoforte. Arranged by Albert 
Ross Parsons. (Music.) 
Simon (Carl), Berlin, S. W., Germany: 
Polnische nationallieder. Fur har- 
monium. Barnbeitet von Richard 
Lange. (Music) 
Sechs fugen fiir orgel. Von Carl 

Kockert. op. 52. (Music.) 
Trotzkopfcken. Lied fiir eine so- 
pranstemme mit klavierbegleitung 
von Franz Poenitz. op. 43. (Vocal.) 
(Music.) 
Vorspiel zum 3. akte der oper Kuni- 
hild. Fiir salon orchester unci kla- 
vier zu yier handen. Von Cyrill 
Kistler. Ubertragen von Otto Well- 
mann. (Music.) 
Simrock (N.), Berlin, Germany: 

Novak (V.). Bohmische tiinze for 
piano, op. 15, no. 1. Polka. (Mu- 
sic; 
Small, Maynard & co., Boston: 

Whitman (W.). The wound dresser. 
(Books: 1.) 
Smith (L. H.), Ontario, Canada: 

Turkey (The) hunter. (Photograph.) 
Uncle Will. (Photograph ) 
Solomons (J. R.), New York: 

Compliments of J. R. Solomons. 
(1898.) (Books: 2.) 
Southern (The) railway co., Washington, 
D. C: 

Southern railway. To che principal 
cities- and resorts of the south. 
(Design.) 
Spaulding (Geo. L.), New York : 

(Marable.) My clear little common- 
sense girl. Song. (Music) 
Springfield music co., Springfield, Mass. : 
Hosnier ( W. R. ). Key (The) to hades. 
(Vocal.) (Music) 
Steinback (E.), New York: 

St. Anthony's bread for the poor. 
Compiled' by the Rev. Patrick F. 
O'Hare. (Books: 1.) 
Steinway & sons, New York: 

Decoration on music rack of piano, 

by Tojetti. (Print.) 
Design for decorative name board, by 

Tojetti. (Print.) 
Three cupids singing. Panel. By To- 
jetti. (Print.) 
Stevens (Horace J.), Houghton, Mich. : 
Twelfth annual review of the Lake 
Superior iron-ore trade. (Books : 2.) 
Sulphume co., Chicago: 

Henwood (H. E.)\ Better than gold. 
(Books: 2.) 
Sammy (Clayton F.) co., Chicago: 

Weidig (A). "Ah! might I, dear, 
each wish fulfill." Song. op. 19, 
no. 2. (Music.) 

"Ah! might I kiss thee." Song. 

op. 10, no. 3. (Music) 



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Sammy (Clayton F.) co., Chicago: 

Weidig "(A). "Golden primrose." 

Song. op. 10, no. 1. (Music.) 
Liadow(A.). "Valse badinage." op. 

32. For piano. (Music.) 
Tanner (Harry S.) : 

The language of figures. (Books: 2.) 
Tetlow (Henry) Philadelphia: 

Harp photograph frame. (Photo- 
graph.) 
Lily photograph frame. (Photo- 
graph.) 
Rose photograph frame. (Photo- 
graph.) 
Thompson (Earl) Syracuse, N. Y. : 

Art reproductions and their object. 
(Books: 2.) 
Thompson music co., Chicago: 

Cherry (J.). Alone on the street. 

Song and chorus. (Music.) 
Grinnell (O. S.). She was my sister. 
Song and chorus. (Music.) 
Tilley (John R.), Napanee, Ontario, 
Canada : 
The twentieth century calendar. 
(Miscellaneous chart.) 
Treadwell (James W.), United States: 
(Au.) Christmas eve. Christmas 
carol, no. 1. (Music.) 
Trench (Richard R.): 

Lift up your heads. Quartet or 
chorus. By Richard R. Trench. 
(Music.) 
Tuttle (Chas. D.), Philadelphia: 

Tolbert (M. E.). Fragrant lilacs. 
Polka. Arranged for piano and 
violin by Johaun C. Schmid. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Underbill music co., Rochester, N. Y. : 
Poor (A) newsboy. By Leon 0. Un- 
derbill. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
Van Ness (Josephj, Boston: 

Hatfield (C. B.). Designing and 
cutting patterns. Chap. 5 — con- 
tinued. Rounding off corners. 
Jan. 11, 1898. (Books: 2.) 
Van Nostrand (D.) co., New York: 

Speyers (C. L.). Text-book of phy- 
sical chemistry. (Books: 1.) 
Vance (Samuel Jasper), Aurora, Mo. : 
(Au.) V — 's book of Bible cards. 
(Books: 2.) 
Venter (Mabel Jenness) : 

Some thoughts for women. By Mabel 
Jenness Venter. (Books: 2.) 
Waddle (Frances E.) : 

Geneva march. By Frances E. Wad- 
dle. (Piano.) (Music.) 
Wadleigh (E.Tolman), Greenfield, Mass. : 
National school glee song. (Books: 2.) 
Wagner (Harry B.) : 

Pride of our home. March and two- 
step. By Harry B. Wagner. 
(Piano.) (Music.)' 
Walker (Geo. H.) & co., Boston: 

Metropolitan sewerage district, Bos- 
ton, Mass., Sept." 30, 1897. (Map.) 



Wallis (Louis), Columbus, Ohio: 

The heart of the unknown. (Books: 
2.) 
V\ alter (Lincoln W.), Chicago: 

Fowler (A. E.). Delightful stories 
from American history for young 
people. 
Miller (L. B., editor). Our baby's 
alphabet of birds and animals. 
(Books: 1.) 
Rip Van Winkle and other wonder- 
derful tales. Retold by " Grimm." 
(Books: 1.) 
Ward bros., Columbus, Ohio : 

Land (The) of sunshine, fruit, and 
flowers. (Books: 3.) 
Warmkessel (M. J. ), Mertztown, Pa. : 

My pet waltz. By M. J. Warmkessel. 
(Piano.) (Music.) 
Wells (Benjamin W.), Boston: 

Helbig (F.). Die komodie auf der 
hochschule. (Books: 1.) 
Werner (Albert L.), Buffalo, N. Y. : 

Same (The) old thirst. (Photograph.) 
Wheeler (Joseph W.), Boston: 

Don't break your mother's heart, 

Tom. (Books: 2.) 

Whipple (Leander Edmund), New York: 

Metaphysical healing. Course 1. 

Philosophy. Lesson 6. (Books: 2.) 

Whitall, Tatuni & co., New York : 

Annual price list, 1898. (Books: 1.) 
White (Henry), Washington, D. C. : 

Bailey (M. A. ) . O Thou to whose all 
searching sight. Solo. (Vocal.) 
(Music.) 
White-Smith music pub. co., Boston: 
Bailey (E. H.). Ave Marie, no. 2. 
Solo for cornet, with piano accom- 
paniment, and with violin or vio- 
lincello parts ad. lib. (Music.) 
Fade not, sweet dream. For cor- 
net. (Music.) 
Gottschalk (L. F.). A little Dutch 

garden song. (Music.) 
Queen (The) of New York waltzes. 
By Lawrence B. O'Connor. (Vo- 
cal.) (Music.) 
Stone' (A.). Roseate (The) hues of 
early dawn. Sacred part-song. For 
female voices. (Music.) 
Cantor (O.). Token (A) song. (Vo- 
cal.) (Music.) 
Whittemore (George), New York: 

Encyclopedia of ceramics. Com- 
piled by W. P. Jervis. no. 1. Jan. 
1,1898/ (Books: 2.) 
Wicke (Wm.) co. : 

Veritas vine it. (Photograph.) 
Wilhelm (Miss Minnie) : 

Woodlawn (The) beach. March and 
two-step. By Miss Minnie Wil- 
helm. (Piano.) (Music.) 
Willcocks & co. : 

Thev take oft* their hats to our flag. 
By S. Potter. (Vocal.) (Music.) 



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Willig (Geo.) & co., Baltimore, Md. : 

Up to date, '98. Up-to-date songs. 

(Music book.) 
Wilson (Mrs. J. G.), Philadelphia: 

Wilson (Mrs. J. G.). The story of 

Grace. [Mixed voices.] (Music.) 
Wilson (Percy R.), New York: 

New York morning and evening tide 

calendar. (Books: 2.) 
Winchester (Geo. A.), Boston: 

Bates (II. N.). A. treatise on finger 

control. (Books: 1.) 
Windsor music co., Chicago: 

Todd (E. A.). Shadows in the fire. 

(Yocal.) (Music.) 
Winslow (Samuel) skate mfg. co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. : 
Phillips (G. D.). Figure skating. 

(Books: 1.) 
Witmark (M.) & sons, New York: 

Lurline. Dance fantasie. For piano, 

by John W. Bratton. (Music.) 
Clark (H. L.). Gay Coney Island over- 
ture. Orchestra. (Music.) 
Mary's not as green as she looks. By 

John W. Bratton. (Vocal.) 

(Music.) 
Wittick (Ben.), Gallup, N. Mex. : 

Dance (The) of the Shalako, Zuni 

Pueblo, Nov. 28, 1897. no. 641. (A 

trip to Zuni.) (Photograph.) 
Ko-yi-ma-shi (The) clowns making 

merry after the dancing of the 

Shalako, Zuni Pueblo, Nov. 28, 

1897. no. 612. (A trip to Zuni.) 

(Photograph.] 
Shalako (The) dancers planting the 

plumed sticks, no. 640. (A trip 

to Zuni.) (Photograph.) 
Shalako (The) dancers" crossing to 

south side of the river to dance 

ontheplain. (Trip (A) to Zuni.) 

no. 639. (Photograph.) 
Wood (B. F.) music co., Boston: 

Belle of the cake walk. By L. B. 

O'Connor. (Yocal.) (Music.) 
Chasing the butterfly. (Schmetter- 

lingsjagd.) Von Robert Eilenberg. 

op. 19, no. 10. (Piano.) (Music.) 
Spielbuch. Die alleresten stiicke, 

fur jeden klariersckiiler. Von 

Bernhard Wolfe, op. 185. (Piano.) 

(Music.) 
Frog's carnival. (Frosch-karneval.) 

Von Robert Eilenberg. op. 19, no. 

9. (Piano.) (Music.) 



Wood (B.F.) music co., Boston: 

Goblin's revelry. (Koboldschmaus.) 

Von Robert Eilenberg. op. 19, no. 

8. (Piano.) (Music.) 
Happy comrades. (Frohliche kam- 

eraclen.) Von Robert Eilenberg. 

op. 19, no. 5. (Piano.) (Music.) 
Hazel's dance. (Tanz.) Von Robert 

Eilenberg. op. 19, no. 6. (Piano.) 

(Music.) 
Hide and seek. (Haschenspiel). Von 

Robert Eilenberg. op. 19, no. 1, 

(Piano.) (Music.) 
I'll love you just the same. By Mon- 
roe II. Rosenfeld. Key of A fiat, 

(Vocal.) (Music.) 
Merry-go-round. (Carrousel.) Von 

Robert Eilenberg. op. 19, no. 2. 

(Piano.) (Music.) 
Merry Kate. (Die glucklicke Kathe.) 

Von Robert Eilenberg. op. 19, no. 

3. (Piano.) (Music.) 

Off to dreamland. (In's traumland.) 
Von Robert Eilenberg. op. 19, no. 
7. (Piano.) (Music.) 

Tired of play. (Des spieles miide.) 
Von Robert Eilenberg. op. 19, no. 

4. (Piano.) (Music.) 

Very (The) first studies for pianists. 
By Bernard AVolfe. op. 191. 
(Piano.) (Music.) 
Wood (Walter), London, England: 
By the 9.15 express. Chaps. 7-9. 
(Books: 3.) 

Chaps. 9 (continued), 10, and 11. 

(Books: 3.) 

Chaps. 11 (continued) and 12. 

(Books: 3.) 

Chaps. 12 (continued), 13, and 

14. (Books: 3.) 

Chaps. 15-16. (Books: 3.) 

Woodbridge (C. M.), Omaha, Nebr. : 

Girl (The) that broke my heart, or 
the fireman rescue. (Vocal.) (Mu- 
sic.) 
World's dispensary medical ass'n, Buffalo, 
N. Y. : 
Pierce's memorandum and account 
book. (Books: 2.) 
Wulsclmer & son, Indianapolis, Ind. : 
Woods (B.). Kinder tanz. A new 
dance. (Piano.) (Music.) 
Young (Ernest A.) : 

Miss Dawson, of Dawson City. By 
Ernest A. Young. Chaps. 3-4. 
(Books: 3.) 



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Vol. 14, no. 2. 
Whole no, 341— January lO-lo, 1898. 



CONTEXTS. 



I. Books: Page. 

(1) Books proper 79 

(2; Miscellaneous 87 

(3) Xewspaper and Magazine arti- 
cles 91 

II. Dea^iatic Compositions 94 

III. Periodicals 94 

IT. Musical Compositions and Collec- 
tions op Music : 103 

V. Maps and Charts 121 

VI. Engravings, Cuts, and Prints 122 

YII. Chbomos and Lithographs 123 



Page. 
YIII. Photographs 124 

IX. Pine Arts (a list of the photographs 
deposited with applications for copy- 
light of paintings, drawings, stat- 
uary, and models or designs intended 
to he perfected as works of the fine 

arts) 126 

X. Miscellaneous (a heading designed 
to contain titles for deposits not 
included in the above classes) 126 

XI. Index of Copyright Proprietors... 127 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, 

1898. 



Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary. 
Division of Stationer)/, Printing, and Blanks, 



[Explanation.— The author and title are arranged alphabetically under ten rubrics, as shown in the 

table of contents, a>td are folloved by one index of proprietors.] 

I. BOOKS .-(1) BOOKS PROPER. 

(Arranged alphabetically by authors. Collections of music will be found under "IV. Musical 
Compositions." For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Authors, 



Copyright Proprietors. 



M. K. Abbott, 

Hamilton, Mass. 

Kobert O. Law, Chicago. 



Lothroppnb. co., Boston. 



Edward Thompson co., 
Northport, 
Lono- Island, N. Y 



West pnb. co. 



Abbott (Marshall Kittredge). Myopia songs and 
waltzes, with Winchester and Hamilton chat. 4°. 
[n. i.], 1897. (68516. Eec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 1 

Agriculturist (The) epitomist almanac, 1898. A polit- 
ical register aud book of facts. 12 J . Indianapolis, 
Ind., Epitomist pub. co. v. 1, no. 1. Jan., 1898. 
(1898, no. 4345. Eec'd Jan. 10. 1898.) 2 

Alden. (Mrs. G. K.). As in a mirror. Chaps. 1-8. 16 c . 
Boston, Lothrop pub. co., [u. d.] (Eec'd Jan. 11, 
1898.) 3 

American (The) and English encyclopaedia of law. 
Edited by David S. Garland and Lucius P. McGehee, 
under the supervision of James Cockcroft. 2d ed. 
v. 6. 4°. Northport, Long Island, N. Y., Edward 
Thompson co., 1898. (1898, no. 5797. Eec'd Jan. 15, 
1898.) 4 

American (The) digest, 1897, annual. Containing with- 
out omission or duplication the century edition of 
the American digest, 1658 to 1896., Sept. 1, 1896, to ! 
Aug. 31, 1897. 4 G . St. Paul, Minn.. West pub. co., 

1897. (1898, no. 3853. Eec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 5 

Ayr (Landis). The Brown-Laurel marriage. 16°. 
London and New York, F. Tennyson Neelv, [n. d.] 
(66712. Eec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) . 6 

Barbour (A. Maynard). Told in the Eockies. A pen J 
picture of the West. 12°. Chicago, Band, McNally i 
cV- co., [n. d.] (1898, no. 5251. Eec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 7 j 

Basford(J. Lendall). Seven-seventv-seven sensations. ! 
16°. Boston, Published by the author, 1897. (69526. 
Eec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 8 

Basquin (Olin H.). See Chew (Henry) and Basquin 
(OlinH.). Pocket handbook. 

Bender (Matthew). Bender's lawyer's diary and direc- 
tory for the state of New York,' 1898. From Jan. 1, 

1898. to Feb. 1, 1899. 8 C . Albany, N. Y., Matthew 
Bender, 1898. (1898, no. 4932. Eec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

9 

Benson (E.F.). The vintage. A romance of the Greek Harper & bros., 
war of independence. 12 c . New York and London, New York. 

Harper & bros., 1898. (1898, no. 3141. Eec'd Jan. 
15,1898.) 10 



St. Paul, Minn. 



F. Tennyson Neely, 

London and New York. 



Rand, McNally & co., 

Chicago. 



J. Lendall Basford, Boston. 



Matthew Bender, 

Albany, N. Y 



Black (G. V.). Descriptive anatomy of the human 
teeth. 4th ed. 8 C . Philadelphia,' S. S. White den- 
tal manufacturing co., 1897. (68290. Eec'd Jan. 10, 
1898.) 11 



S. S. White dental mfg. co., 
Philadelphia. 



80 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Bordmau (John, jr.). Drill manual for noncommis- 
sioned officers. Compiled from authority. 6th ed. 
24°. Concord, Mass. (1898, no. 5338. Rec'd Jan. 
13,1898.) 12 

Bouchereau (A.). Statement of the sugar crop made 
in Louisiana in 1896-97. With an appendix. 8°. 
New Orleans, La., M. F. Dunn & bro., 1897. (71288. 
Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 13 

Brewer (A. T.). How to make the Sunday school go. 
16 c . Xew York, Eaton & Mains: Cincinnati, Curts 
& Jennings, [n. d.] (61888. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 

14 

Brooke (Einmal The confession of Stephen Whap- 
share. Chaps. 1-2. 16 c . New York, G. P. Put- 
nam's sons, [n.d.] (1898, no. 3142. Rec'd Jan. 11, 
1898.) . 15 

Bulfinch (Thomas). The age of fable; or, beauties 
of mythology. With notes, revisions, and additions 
by William H. Klapp. 12 c . Philadelphia, Henry 
Altemus, 1898. (64856. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 16 



Carruth (W. H.). See Schiller (Friedrich). 
Tell. 

Catalogo : 
8 C . [n.i' 



Wilhelm 



Cockcroft (James), supervising editor, 
and English encyclopedia of law. v 



eneral, 1898, of Whitall, Tatum & co. 
J (72798. Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 17 

Catalogue and price lists of Brown & Sharp mfg. co., 
Providence, R. I. 24°. [n.i.] (1898, no. 4893. Rec'd 
Jan. 11, 1898.) 18 

Chew (Henry) and Basquin (Olin H. ), editors. Pocket 
hand-book of useful information and tables relating 
to the use of electro-glazed luxfer prisms. 12°. 
[n. i.] (1898, no. 6794. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 19 

Clark (George W.). Romans and I and II Corinthians. 
A popular commentary upon a critical basis, espe- 
cially designed for pastors and Sunday schools. 
12°. Philadelphia, American Baptist pub. society, 
1897. [A people's commentary.] (67613. Rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 20 

See American 
6, 2d ed. 

Cohn (Adolphe) and Woodward (B. D.). See Voltaire's 
prose. 1898. 

Columbian (The) cyclopedia, v. 1-32. 12 c . Buffalo. 
N. Y., Garretson, Cox & co., 1897. (1898, nos. 5046- 
5077. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898. ) 21-52 

Connorton's tobacco brand directorv of the United 
States for 1898. 8°. Chicago, John W. Connorton 
pub. co., [n. d.] (71266. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 53 

Cornelius (R. H.). See Showalter (A.J.) and others. 
Lamp and light. 

Craig (A. H.). Pros and cons, complete debates, im- 
portant questions fully discussed in the affirmative 
and the negative. 12°. New York, Hinds & Noble, 
[n.d.] (69805. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 54 

Crosby ( W. O. ). Notes on chemical geology. [Massa- 
chusetts institute of technology.] 8°. rn.i.1 (1898 
no. 6190. Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 55 



John Bordman, jr., 

Concord, Mass. 



Alcee Bouchereau, 

New Orleans, La. 



Eaton & Mains, 



New York. 



G. P. Putnam's sons, 

New York. 



Henry Altemus, 

Philadelphia. 



Whitall, Tatum & co., 

New York. 

Brown & Sharp mfg. co., 

Providence, R. I. 



American luxfer prism co., 
Chicago. 



American Baptist pub. soci- 
ety, Philadelphia. 



Garretson, Cox & co., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



John W. Connorton pub. 
co., Chicago. 



Hinds & Noble, Now York. 



William Otis Crosby, 



y, 



81 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Cvr (Ellen M.). The children's fourth reader. 12°. 
Boston, Ginn & co., 1898. (72783. Rec'd Jan. 10, 
1898.) 56 

De Gavmo (Charles). See Metcalf (Thomas) and De 
Garmo (Charles), compilers. Drill book in diction- 
ary work. 

Eberhard (Martin J. Ch.). Gottes wege und wunder- 
har. 8°; [n. i.] (1898, no. 4226. Rec'd Jan. 10, 
1898.) 57 

Eldridge's tide and current hook, 1898. 8 C . Boston, 
George W. Eldridge, [n.d.] (1898, no. 5819. Rec'd 
Jan. 15, 1898.) 58 

Evans (E.P.). Evolutional ethics and animal psy- 
chology 12 c . New York, D. Appleton & co., 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 59 

Farm, field, and fireside year-hook, almanac and cyclo- 
pedia. 12°. Chicago, Howard & Wilson pub. co., 
1898. (1898, no. 5668. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 60 

Farrar (Frederic W.). The life story of Aner. An 
allegory. 24°. New York, Longmans, Green &. co., 
1898. (67136. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 61 

Fillmore (G.H.). See Hartsough (Palmer) and Fill- 
more (J. H.). Fillmore's Sunday-school songs, no. 1. 

Foss (A. E.) & co. (compilers). Resident and business 
directory of Mansfield, Foxboro, and Sbaron, Mass., 
for 1898. 8°. Needham, Mass., A. E. Foss & co., 
[n.d.] (73213. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 62 

Foxboro, Mass. See Foss (A. E.) &, co. (compilers). 

Garland (David S., editor). See American and Eng- 
lish encyclopaedia of law. v. 6, 2d ed. 

Gill (Augustus H.). A short handbook of oil analysis. 
12°. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott co., 1898. (7i235. 
Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 63 

Goepp (Philip H.). Symphonies and their meaning. 
12°. Philadelphia and London, J. B. Lippincott co., 
1898. (72710. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 64 

Gordy (Wilbur F.). A history of the United States 
for schools. 8 C . New York, Charles Scribner's sons, 
1898. (1898, no. 5795. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 65 

Gray (James Cowper). The Biblical museum. A col- 
lection of notes. Revised, with additions, by Rev. 
George M.Adams, v. 2. The New Testament. 8°. 
New York, E. R. Herrick & co., [n.d.] (Rec'd Jan. 
10,1898.) 66 

Greer (J. H.). A physician in the house for family and 
individual consultation. 8°. Chicago, J. H. Greer, 
[n. d.] (Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 67 

Greever (Walton Harlowe). Festival thoughts and 
other verses. Dec, 1897. 12°. [n.i.] (70858. Rec.'d 
Jan. 12, 1898.) 68 

Hammond (M. B.). The cotton industry. An essay in 
American economic history, pt. 1. The cotton cul 
tureandthe cotton trade, Dec, 1897. 8°. New York, 
Macmillan co., for the American economic ass'n, 
[n.d.] [Publications of the American economic 
ass'n, new series, no. 1.] (62526. Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898. ) 

69 



Ginn & co. 



Boston. 



Martin J. Ch. Eberhard, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Geo. W. and George Eld- 
ridge, Boston. 



D. Appleton & co., 

New York. 



Robert O. La 1 



Chicago. 



Longmans, Green & co., 

New York. 



A. E. Foss & co., 

Needham, Mass. 



J. B. Lippincott co., 

Philadelphia. 

Do. 



Charles Scribner's sons, 

New York. 



E. R, Herrick & co., 

New York. 



J. H. Greer, Chicago. 



Walton Harlowe Greever, 
Bluefield, W.Ya. 



American economic ass'n, 

New York. 



82 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors. 



Harrington (C. S.). See Plautus (Marcus Accius). 

Hart (Edwin Kirkman), The sleeping sentinel of Val- 
ley Forge. 12°. Philadelphia. 1897. (70862. Rec'd 
Jan. 13, 1898.) 70 

Hartsougk (Palmer) and Fillmore (J. H.). Fillmore's 
Sunday-school songs, no. 1. 12 c . Cincinnati, Fill- 
more hros., [n. d.] (1898, no. 116. Rec'd Jan. 10, 

1898.) 71 

Henderson (Mrs. Eliza Easter). A guide to palmistry, 
with supplement. 16 c . Cambridge, Mass., pub- 
lished by the author, 1897. (Rec'd Jau. 14, 1898.) 72 

Hinrichs' tobacco cable code. 2d ed. 8-. [n. i.J 
(1898, no. 3213. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898. ) 73 

Horner (Frederick). The history of the Blair, Ban- 
ister, and Braxton families before and after the rev 
olution. With a brief sketch of their descendants. 
8 C . Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott co., 1898. (69071. 
Rec'd Jan. 14. 1898.) 74 

Hunt (J. M.). SeeShowalter (A. J.) audothers. Lamp 
and light. 

Illinois political directory and sketch book. 1898. 8 : . 
Chicago. Bodine & co., [n. d.] (1898. no. 4341. Rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 75 



Klapp (William H., reviser). 
The age of fable. 



See Bnlfmeh (Thomas). 



Lawyers' (The) reports annotated. Book 37. 8 ■. 
Rochester, N. Y.. Lawyers' cooperative pub. co., 1897. 
(1898, no. 197. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 76' 

Lewis (Leon). Kit Carson's last trail. A novel. 12 c . 
Xew York. Robert Bonner's sons. [n. d.] [The choice 
series, no. 136.] (Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 77 

[Ledger library, no. 136.] (Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 

78 

Little (A. B.). See Show alter (A. J., and others). 
Lamp and light. 

Looniis (Alfred Lee) and Thompson ( William Oilman), 
editors. A system of practical medicine by Ameri- 
can authors, v. 3. 8 : . New York and Philadel- 
phia, Lea bros. & co., 1898. (1898, no. 4184. Rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 79 

McGehee (Lucius P.. editor). See American and 
English encyclopaedia of law. v. 6, 2d ed. 

Mansfield, Mass. See Fobs (A.E.) & co., (compilers). 

Massachusetts reports, 168. Cases argued and deter- 
mined in the supreme judicial court of Massachu- 
setts, Feb., 1897-June, 1897. George F. Tucker, re- 
porter. 8°. Boston, Little, Brown & co., 1898. 
(1898, no. 1885. Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 80 

Massachusetts reports, v. 168, pt. 1. Cases argued 
and determined in the supreme judicial court of 
Massachusetts, Feb., 1897-June. 18! 17. Ceorge F. 
Tucker, reporter. 8-. Boston, Little, Brown A: co., 
1898. (1898, no. 1894. Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 81 

Men (The) of Xew York. Pt. 7. f \ Buffalo, N. Y., 
[n. <!.] 64814. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 82 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Edwin Kirkman Hart, 

Philadelphia. 

Fillmore bros., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Mrs. Eliza Easter Hender- 
son, Cambridge, Mass. 

John Hinrichs, 

Baltimore, Md. 

Frederick Horner, 

Marshall, Ya. 



Bodine & co., Chicago. 



Lawyers' cooperative pub. 
co., Rochester, X. Y. 



Robert Bonner's sons. 

Xew York. 



Do. 



Lea bros. & co., 

Philadelphia. 



Little, Brown & co., 



Boston. 



Do. 



Geo. E. Matthews A. co., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



83 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors. 



Metcalf (Thomas) and De Garmo (Charles), compilers. 
Drill book in dictionary work. 25th ed., revised and 
enlarged. 16°. Chicago, A. C. McClurg & co., 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 83 

Miller (Philip, compiler). Nuggets of gold for drug- 
gists and drug clerks. 24°." L n - i-] (Rec'd Jan. 12, 

1898.) 81 

Mitchell (S. Weir). Fat and blood: an essay on the 
treatment of certain forms of neurasthenia and 
hvsteria. 7th ed., 12°. Philadelphia, J. B. Lip- 
pincott co., 1898. (71089. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 85 

Moore (James E.). Orthopedic surgery. . 8°. Phila- 
delphia, W. B. Saunders, 1898. (1898,no.3215. Rec'd 
Jan. 13, 1898.) 86 

Muni ford (Gurdon S.). An island god. A tale of the 
first Kamehameha. 16°. New York, 1897. (1898, 
no. 190. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 87 

New York charities directory. A classified and descrip- 
tive directory to the philanthropic, educational, and 
religious resources of the city of New York, includ- 
ing the boroughs of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx, 
Queens, Richmond. 8th ed. 16°. New York, Char- 
ity organization society, 1898. (66956. Rec'd Jan. 
11,1898.) 88 

Newell (Martin L.). The law of libel and slander in 
civil and criminal cases as administered in the courts 
of the United States of America. 2d ed. 8 C . Chi- 
cago, Callaghan & co., 1898. (1898, no. 214. Rec'd 
Jan. 13, 1898.) 89 

North (S.N. D.). Tops: A study in the development 
of the American worsted manufacture. The Arling- 
ton mills, Lawrence, Mass. 8°. Cambridge, River- 
side press, 1898. (1898, no. 2946. Rec'd Jan. 12, 
1898.) 90 

Ohio. Reports of cases argued and determined in the 
circuit court of Ohio. v. 14. July 1 to Dec. 31, 1897. 
Carl G. Jahn, editor. 8°. Columbus, Ohio, Weekly 
law bulletin print, [n. d.] (1898, no. 4301. Rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 91 

Overton (Frank). Applied physiology, including the 
effects of alcohol and narcotics. Advanced grade. 
12- . New York, Cincinnati, Chicago, American 
book co., [n. d.] (64840. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 92 

Pancoast (Henry S.). An introduction to American 
"literature. 16°. New York, Henry Holt & co., 1898. 
(1898, no. 4879. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 93 

"Pansy." See Alden (Mrs. G. R.). As in a mirror. 
Chaps. 1-8. 

Pearson ^Henry G.). The principles of composition. 
With an introduction by Arlo Bates. 12°. Boston, 
D. C. Heath & co., 1898/ (1898, no. 5793. Rec'd Jan. 
15, 1898.) 94 

Pennsylvania superior court reports, v. 5. Contain- 
ing cases adjudged in the superior court of Pennsyl- 
vania. By Wilson C. Kress and Edward P. Allinson, 
reporters. 8°. New York, Banks & bros., 1898. 
(1898, no. 5253. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898. ) 95 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Chicago. 



Philip Miller, 

Piney Creek, Md. 

J. B. Lippincott co., 

Philadelphia. 



W. B. Saunders, 

Philadelphia. 

Gurdon S. Mumford, 

Boston. 

Charity organization soci- 
ety, New York. 



Martin L. Newell, 

Springfield, 111. 



Arlington mills, 

Lawrence, Mass. 



Carl G. Jahn, 

Columbus, Ohio. 



American book co., 

New York. 



Henry Holt & co., 

New York. 



D. C. Heath & co., Boston. 



David Martin, secretary of 
state of Pennsylvania. 

Harrisburg, Pa. 



84 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Photographic views en route to the Klondike via the 
Skaguay and Dyea trails. Comprising a series of 
photographs showing the Klondike as it really is. 
obi. 4 C . Chicago, W.B.Conkey co., [n. d.] (Rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 96 

Plautus (Marcus Accius). Captivi, Trinuinmus, et 
Rudens. With English notes, critical and explana- 
tory, by C. S. Harrington. 12°. New York. Harper 
& bros'., [n. d.] (1898, no. 3429. Rec'd Jan. 10, 

1898.) 97 

Poe (Edgar Allan). The gold-bug, the purloined letter, 
and other tales. Edited by William P. Trent. 16-. 
Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & co., [n. d.] [Riverside 
literature series, no. 120.] (1898, no. 5792. Rec'd 
Jan. 15, 1898.) 98 

Reed (Alonzo). Word lessons. A complete speller 
adapted for use in the higher primary, intermediate, 
and grammar grades, rev. ed., 1897. 12°. New 
York, Maynard, Merrill & co., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 
1898.) 99 

Reid (Joseph C). The life and destination of the 
soul of man. 16°. Minneapolis, Minn., 1897. (1898, 
no. 4890. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 100 

SaintPierre(Bemardinde). Paul et Virgin ie. Edited, 
with introduction and notes, by Oscar Kuhns. 16 c . 
New York, Henry Holt & co., 1898. (72512. Rec'd 
Jan. 12,] 898.) 101 

Schiller (Friedrich). Schiller's Wilhelin Tell, with 
introduction and notes by W. H. Carruth'. 16°. * 
New York, Macmillan co., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 
1898.) 102 

Science (The) of generation. The anatomy, physi- 
ology, and hygiene of the generative organs of the 
human species of both sexes. By a specialist on i 
the subject. 8°. Loudon, Canada'. London publish- 1 
ing co., 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 103 

Sharon, Mass. See Foss (A. E.) & co. (compilers). 

Showalter (A. J., and others), Lamp and light, a new 
collection of choice words and music for Sunday 
schools, gospel meetings, and all occasions of gen- 
eral public worship. 12°. Dallas, Showalter-Lin- 
coln co. ; Dalton, A. J. Showalter co., [n. d.l (73361. 
Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 104 

Shroyer (Samuel Grant). The science of health, holi- 
ness, and happiness. 12°. Oklahoma City, Okla., 
1897. (Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 105 

Sidis (Boris). The psychology of suggestion. A re- 
search into the subconscious nature of man and 
society. With an introduction by Prof. William 
James. 12°. New York, D. Appletou & co., 1898. 
(1898, no. 5255. Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 106 

Simpson (A. B.). Days of heaven upon earth. A 
yearbook of scripture texts and living truths. 16°. 
Nyack, N. Y., Christian alliance publishing co., 
[n.d.] (1898, no. 2864. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 107 



F. La Roche, 



Seattle, Wash. 



Eliza C. Harrington. 



Houghton, Mifflin & co., 

Boston. 



Alonzo Reed, 



New York. 



J. C. Reid, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 



Henry Holt & co. 



New York. 



Macmillan co., New York. 



C. Hodgins, 

London, Canada. 



Showalter-Lincoln co., 

Dallas, Tex. 



Samuel Grant Shroyer, 

Oklahoma City, Okla. 



D. Appletou & co., 

New York. 



A. B. Simpson, New York. 



85 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Al'THORS. 



Simpson (A. ]'>.)• El-Shadai, or, the God who is enough. 
And the call to prayer. 24°. South Nyack, N. Y., 
Christian alliance pub. co., [n. d.] (61642. Rec'd 
Jan. 13, 1898.) 108 

Present truth. 16°. South Nyack, N. Y., Chris- 

. tian alliance publishing co., [n.d.] (1898, no. 2865. 
Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 109 

The self-life and the Christ life. 24°. South 

Nvack, X. Y., Christian alliance pub. co., [n. d.] 
(61643. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 110 

Snyder (Cbarles M.). Comic history of Greece from 
the earliest times to the death of Alexander the 
Great. 8 C . Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott co., 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) Ill 

Spencer (Thomas J.). Moultrie De Kalb. A romance 
of a college rebellion, and army and mercantile life 
on the Indian border. 12°. New York, G. W. Dill- 
ingham co., [Dillingham's American author's library, 
no. 34.] (Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 112 

State journal almanac, 1898. 12°. Lincoln, Nebr., 
Nebraska state journal, v. 1, no. 1. Jan., L898. 
(1898, no. 4359. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 113 

Tanner (Joseph M., reporter). See Utah reports, v. 
14. 1897. 

Thompson (William Gilman). See Loomis (Alfred Lee) 
and Thompson (William G.), editors. A system of 
practical medicine, v. 3. 

Thwaites (Reuben Gold, editor). The Jesuit relations 
and allied documents. Travels and explorations of 
the Jesuit missionaries in New France, 3 610-1791. 
v. 11. Hurons and Quebec, 1636-1637. 8°. Cleve- 
land, Burrows bros. co., 1898. (1898. no. 5592. Rec'd 
Jan. 13, 1898.) 114 

- — v. 12. Quebec, 1637. 8 L . Cleveland, Burrows 
bros. co., 1898. (1898, no. 5593. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 

115 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Todd (David P.). 
12 c . New York, 
Jan. 12, 1898.) 



A new astronomy for beginners. 
American book co., [n.d.] (Rec'd 

116 



Transactions of the American society of heating and 
ventilating engineers, v. 3. 8°. New York, pub- 
lished by the society., [n. d.] (1898, no. 3806. Rec'd 
Jan. 14, 1898.) 117 

Transactions of the congress of American physicians 
and surgeons, 4th triennial session held at Washing- 
ton, D. C, May 4th, 5th, and 6th, 1897. 8°. New 
Haven, Conn., 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 118 

Trent (William P., editor). See Poe (Edgar Allan). 
The gold bug, etc. 

United States reports, v. 168, pt. 3, pp. 385 to 576. 
Cases adjudged in the supreme court. By J. C. 
Bancroft Davis, reporter. 8°. New York, Banks & 
bros., 1898. (1898, no. 5100. Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 

119 



A. B. Sinrpson, New York, 



Do. 



Do. 



J. B. Lippincott co., 

Philadelphia. 



G. W. Dillingham co., 

New York. 



Robert O. Law, Chicago, 



Burrows bros co., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 



Do. 



American book co., 

New York. 



American society of heating 

and ventilating engineers, 

New York. 



William H. Carmalt, sec'y 
of the congress. 



Banks & bros., New York. 



86 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



AUTHORS. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Utah. Reports of cases determined in the supreme 
conrt of the state of Utah. 1896-97. Joseph M. 
Tanner, reporter, v. 14, being v. 2 Utah state 
reports. 8°. Chicago, Callaghan & Co., 1897. 
(1898, no. 4182. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 120 

Vlymen (William T.). Second reading hook. 12°. 
New York. Catholic school hook co., [n. d.] [Co- 
lumbus series.] (1898, no. 4185. Rec'd Jan. 11, 
1898.) 121 

Voltaire's prose. Extracts selected and edited with 
introduction aud notes bv Adolphe Colin and B. D. 
Woodward. 12 c . Boston, D. C. Heath & co., 1898. 
[Heath's modern language series.] (1898, no. 5595. 
Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 122 

Warfield (Benjamin B.). The significance of the 
Westminster standards as a creed. An address de- 
livered before the Presbytery of New York, Novem- 
ber 8, 1897. 12°. New York, Charles Scribners sons, 
1898. (1898, no. 5800. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 



Callaghan & co., Chicago. 



Catholic school book co., 

New York. 



Adolphe Cohn 
Woodward, 



and B. D. 
New York. 



Charles Scribner's sons, 

New York 



Stanley J. Weyman, 

London, England. 



W. J. 



Johnston co., 

New 



York. 



Julia F. s. Winchell. 



123 

Weyman (Stanley J.). Shrewsbury. A romance. 12°. 
New York, London, and Bombay, Longmans, Green 
& co., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 124 

Wiener (Alfred E.). Practical calculation of dynamo- 
electric machines. A manual for electrical and me- 
chanical engineers and a text-book for students of 
electro-technics. 8°. New York, \V. J. Johnston co., 
1898. (1898. no. 5151. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 125 

Winchell (Alexander). Sketches of creation : A popu- 
lar view of some of the grand conclusions of the sci- , 
ences in reference to the history of matter and of 
life. Together with a statemeut of the intimations 
of science respecting the primodial condition and 
the ultimate destiny of the earth and the solar 
system. 12 c . New York, Harper & bros., [n.d.J 
(1898, no. 3428. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 126 

Woodward (B.D.). See Cohn (Adolphe) aud Wood- 
ward (B. D.). Voltaire's prose. 1898. 

Worcester (John). Matthew's gospel. 16 c . Boston, John Worcester, Boston. 
Massachusetts new-church union, 1898. [The spir- 
itual interpretation of the scriptures.] (73212. 
Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898. ) 127 

Wright (Hattie Leonard). At the twilight hour aud 
other poems. 16 c . Port Dodge, Iowa, 1897. (Rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 128 

Wyman (Gilbert). Public land and mining laws of 
Alaska, the Northwest Territory, and the Province 
of British Columbia. 24. Fruitvale, Cal., G. Wy- 
man, 1898. (69231. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 129 



Hattie Leonard Wright, 

Fort Dodge, Iowa. 

Gilbert Wyman, 

Fruitvale, Cal. 



87 



I. BOOKS-(2) MISCELLANEOUS. 

( CI; ssified under the term "Books," according to the copyright law, arid arranged alphabetically by 
titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Abridged price list. Joseph Gillott's steel pens. (1898, 
no. 5094. Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 1 

Advance styles. Plate no. 4. [Supplement grand 
album of metropolitan fashions. Feb., 1898. v. 3, 
no. 2.] (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 2 

Arthur (J. C). Laboratory exercises in vegetable 
physiology. (72557. Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 3 

B. Y. P. TJ. membership report. Blank no. 13. (Rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 4 

Baltimore (street car directory of the city of). De- 
cember, 1897. (1898, no. 4219. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

5 

Barton (C. Josephine). Mother of the living. (67152. 
Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 6 

Bodley (Pearce). Home rule money. (1898, no. 5045. 
Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) - 7 

Bradley's American farmer. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898).. 8 

Catalogue no. 7. (Stow mfg. co.) (1898, no. 4348. 
Rec'd Jam 10, 18^8.) 9 

Christian (The) benefit ass'n. A new movement in the 
historv of the church. Nonsectarian. (1898, no. 435G. 
Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 10 

Christian endeavor membership report. Blank no. 11. 
(Roc'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 11 

Church membership report. Blank no. 9. (Rec'd Jan. 
10, 189S.) 12 

Cine-graph-o-scope (The), a great novelty. (Rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 13 

Classified styles. Plate no. 5. [Supplement grand 
album of metropolitan fashions. Feb., 1898. v. 3, 
no. 2.] (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 14 

Corticelli home needlework, 1898. A manual of art 
needlework, embroidery, and knitting. Edited by 
Mrs. L. Barton Wilson, Mrs. Emma Haywood, Miss 
AliceC. Morse, Miss Elizabeth Moore Hallowell, Mrs. 
Amalia Smith. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 15 

Crane (Frank). Pulpit editorials. (1898, no. 5099. 
Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 16 

Daily hints for housekeepers, and health calendar for 
1898. (1897, no. 69225. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 17 

Danner's freight rates, no. 1. Issued Jan. 1, 1898. 
(61831. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 18 

Delivering the thoughts to nature and elevating the 

' mind to snpreme power and greater and higher life. 

[Nature's souvenir.] (45257. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 

19 

Directions for using Dr. Williams's pink pills for pale 
people. (1898, no. 5266. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 20 

Directions for using Willcox & Gibbs automatic silent 
sewing machine. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 21 

Dr. Craig's ventilated hat. (1898, no. 3193. Rec'd Jan. 
14,1898.) 22 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Henry Hoe, New York. 



Butterick pub. co., ltd., 

New York. 



J. C. Arthur, 

Lafayette, Ind. 

C. W. Jones, 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Wm. O. Woodward, jr., 

Baltimore, Md. 



C.Josephine Barton, 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Pearce Bodley, New York. 

Bradley fertilizer co., 

Boston. 
Stow mfg. co., 

Binghamton, N. Y. 

Christian benefit ass'n of 
California, 

Sacramento, Cal. 

C. W. Jones, 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Do. 



Gies & co., 



Buffalo. 



Butterick pub. co., ltd., 

New York. 



Nonotuck silk co., 

Florence, Mass. 



Frank Crane, 

Washington, D. C. 

Housh co., Boston. 

W. S. Danner, 

Seattle, Wash. 

Milton Husbands, 

Niagara Falls, N. Y. 



Dr. Williams medical co., 

Schenectady, N. Y. 

Willcox & Gibbs sewing 
machine co. ; New York. 

Samuel A. Craig, Chicago. 



BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Duntonian vertical writing. 6. 



(Rec'd Jan. 15. 1898.) 
23 

Easy lessons in mechanical drawing and machine de- 
sign. Arranged for self-instruction. By J. G. A. 
Meyer. Parf 9. (1897, no. 68364. Rec'd. Jan. 13, 
1898.) 21 

Episcopal (The) publication society, reference book 
and catalogue for 1898-99. (1898, no. 5164. Rec'd 
Jan. 12, 1898.) 25 

Friend's (A) report. Blank no. 10£. (Rec'd Jan. 10. 
1898.) 26 

Goodhue (Melissa). Goodhue's (madame) waist and 
skirt chart and perfect system for cutting dolls' 
gowns and garments. (68445. Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 



Thompson, Brown A: co., 

Boston. 

J. G. A. Meyer. 

Paterson, ^. J. 



Episcopal pub. society, 

New York. 



C.W.Jones. 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Melissa Goodhue, Boston. 



Great men of Israel. Junior grade. With written- 
answer questions. [Bible study union graded les- 
sons, v. 3. no. 1, first quarter, lessons 1-13.] (70959. 
Eec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 28 

Great (The) north side, or borough of the Bronx. (1898, 
no. 150. Rec'd Jan. 13. 1898. ) 29 

Grimes (P. E.). Bryan wins in 1900. (73362. Rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 30 

Handbook of Lukens iron and steel co. (Rec'd Jan. 
10,1898.) 31 

Henderson's manual of everything for the garden, 
1898. (1898, no. 4889. Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) *" 32 

Henninger (Edwin). The last horse of the century. 
A political satire. (71275. Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 33 

Hernia (The) catechism. Rupture and its treatment. 
(1898. no. 4194. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 34 

Hotel directory and special rate book. 2d ed. (Rec'd 
Jan. 11, 18980 35 

Illustrated (The) family Christian almanac for the year 
of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, 1898. (1898. no. 
4176. Eec'd Jan. 14. 1898.) 36 

Index to the Rollandet wall map of Denver. 5th ed. 
Jan. 1,1898. (1898,no.4291. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 37 

Ireland in pictures, pt. 16. International art series 
1798. Memorial ed.. 1898. (1898. no. 4200. Rec'd 
Jan. 10. 1898.) 38 

Jefferson's (Joe^ great talk. [X. C. R., Jan. 1, 1898.1 
(1898, no. 3508. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 39 

Junior Christian endeavor monthly report. Blank no. 
12. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 40 

Juvenile (The) outfitter, plate no. 2. [Supplement 
grand album of metropolitan fashions. Feb., 1898. 
y. 3, no. 2.] (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 41 

Kellogg (Russell M.). Great crop of small fruits and 
how he grows them. (66508. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

42 

Kingsley (D. P.). The first business of the world. 
(1898, no. 3200. Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 43 

Lange (Louis). Introduction to Spanish. (Rec'd Jan. 
10,1898.) 44 



Bible study pnb. co.. 



Boston. 



North side board of trade, 
NevF York. 

P. E. Grimes, 

Batesville, Ind. 

Lukens iron and steel co., 
Coatesville, Pa. 

Peter Henderson & co., 

Xew York. 



Lake ^Yilson. Minn. 

Palmer & Wood, 

Danielson, Conn. 

J. C. Mentzer. 

Harrisburg, Pa. 

American tract society, 

Xew York. 



Rollandet blue print co., 

Denver, Colo. 

International photograph 
pub. co., Chicago. 

Xational cash register co., 
1 >a\ ton, Ohio. 

C. W. Jones. 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Butterick pub. co., ltd.. 

New York. 



Russell M. Kellogg, 

Three Rivers, Mich. 



Louis Lange, 



Monterey, Cal. 



89 



BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Lange (Louis). Method for acquiring a speaking- 
knowledge of Spanish. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 45 



Last wills and testaments. 2d ed., 1897. 
71987. Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 



(1897, no. 
46 



Letson (Samuel B.). The journeys which Jesus made. 
(72874. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) * 47 

Masquerader (The), plate no. 1. [Supplement grand 
album of metropolitan fashions. Feb., 1898. v. 3, 
no. 2.] (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 48 

Milliner (The), plate no. 3. [Supplement grand album 
of metropolitan fashions. Feb., 1898. v. 3., no. 2.] 
(Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 49 

Mine ventilation, pt. 2. 39 B. Instruction paper. 
1st ed. [The international correspondence schools, 
Scranton, Pa.] (Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 50 

Morgan (Edwin V.). Slavery in New York. [Half 
moon series, v. 2, no. 1.] (1898, no. 3187. Rec'd Jan. 
11,1898.) 51 

Murray (Andrew). Be filled with the spirit. (1898, 
no. 405. Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 52 

Carnal and spiritual. (1898, no. 401. Rec'd Jan. 

11,1898.) 53 

— -Cure (The) for worry. (1898, no. 408. Rec'd 
Jan. 11, 1898.) 54 

Daily fellowship with God. (1898, uo. 412. Rec'd 

Jan. 11, 1898.) 55 



— Have ye received the Holy Ghost. 
Rec'd Jan 11,1898.) 



(1898, no. 411. 
56 



Impossible with man; possible with God. (1898, 

no. 402. Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898. ) 57 



(1898, no. 407 
(1898, no. 409. 



Rec'd Jan. 11, 

58 

Rec'd Jan. 11, 
59 



(1898, no. 404. Rec'd 
60 



Out of the grave 

1898.) 

Peter's crisis 

1898.) 

■ Privilege and experience 

Jan. 11, 1898.) 

To Christian workers. (1898, no. 406. Rec'd Jan. 

11,1898.) 61 

We can love all the dav. (1898, no. 403. Rec'd 

Jan. 11,1898.) 62 

Ye are the branches. (1898, no. 410. Rec'd Jan. 

11,1898.) 63 

My insurance? in the Mutual Reserve Fund Life Asso- 
ciation. (1898, no. 5816. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 64 

Mv ladve's calendar, 1898. (73574. Rec'd Jan. 11 
1898.)" 65 

Mv life in Christ. [Extracts from Father John's book.] 
[The Churchman, Jan. 15, 1898.] (Rec'd Jan. 14, 

1898.) 66 

N. E.A. The complete language study. (1898, no. 
5670. Rec'd. Jan. 12, 1898.) 67 

Nebraska (The) telephone company directory. List 
no. 61. (1898, no. 417. Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 68 

Nicolls (William Jasper). Coal catechism. Part 9. 
Preparation. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898). 69 



CorYRiGHT Proprietors. 



Louis Lange, 

Monterey, Cal. 

Michigan trust co., 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 

S. B. Letson, 

Spokane, Wash. 

Butterick pub. co., ltd., 

New York. 



Do. 



Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 



G. P. Putnam's sons, 

New York. 

Fleming H. Revell co., 

Chicago. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

A. B. Farnsworth, 

New York. 

Russmann, Galland & 
Wechmar, New York. 

Churchman co., 

New York. 

Francis M. Woods, 

Chicago. 

Nebraska telephone co., 

Omaha, Nebr. 

WTlliani Jasper Nicolls. 



90 



BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles. 



(1898, no. 5091. 
70 



(Rec'd Jan. 11, 
71 



Old (The) thirteen calendar for 
Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 

Palmer's patented Utopia hammock. 

1898.) 

Pearce (C. W.). The Luetgert jury puzzle. [Direc- 
tions and rules.] (1898, no. 4199. Rec'd Jan. 11, 

1898.) 72 

Perfect (The) shot and pistol expert. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 
*.) 73 



Physical apparatus, for use with Avery's elementary 
physics. (1898, no. 4203. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 74 

Puhlisher's letter to the president of the Baptist young 
people's union. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 75 

Christian endeavor society. ( Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898. ) 

76 

Rice (Andrew O.). Ode to the laud of the Vikings. 
(73259. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 77 

Ridpath (John Clark). A working university in the 
home reference library. Course third — The college 
of science. [Home educational series, Jan. 10, 1898, 
v. l,no.3.] (1898, no. 5103. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 78 

Sheldon's spelling and language blank, vertical script. 
(69250. Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 79 

Some effects of alcohol, tobacco, and opium on the 
body. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 80 

Songs of freedom. (1898, no. 2876. Rec'd Jan. 10, 

1898.) 81 

Stine (Thos. O.). Ode (An) to the land of the Vikings. 
(73239. Rec'd Jan. 10. 1898.) 82 

Stoddard (John L.). The passion play. (74044. Rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 83 

Stretton(Hesba). Soul (The) of honor. Chaps. 16, 17. 
[The Churchman, Jau. 15, 1898.1 (Rec'd Jan. 14, 

1898.) 84 

Sunday school scholar's monthly report. Blank no. 10. 
(Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 85 

Table (A) of present values of widows' dowers, accord- 
ing to mortuary table of North Carolina code. (1898, 
no. 3188. Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 86 

Teachers sustained— pupils encouraged. (1898, no. 
4225. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 87 

Telephone exchange directory, no. 107, Jan., 1898. 
(1898, no. 4361. Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 88 

Tenney (Julia C). Guiding (The) light. A ceremo- 
nial. (71279. Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 89 



There is no such disease as catarrh. (1898, no. 4895. 
Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 90 

Tithe-mint talks. Chap. 7. Shoe leather and paste- 
board. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 91 

Townsend (The George W.) plan for rehabilitation of 
financial enterprises (corporate and incorporate). 

* 1898.) 92 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Victor E. Beruson, 

Salem, Mass. 

I.E. Palmer. 

C. W. Pearce, 

Diller, Nebr. 

C.W.Allen. 

Ziegler electric co., 

Boston. 

C. W. Jones, 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Do. 

Andrew O. Rice, 

Brookings, S. Dak. 

Standard American pub. co., 
New York. 



Sheldon & co., 

New York. 

L. Whitney Elkins. 

Coming light pub. house, 
San Francisco, Cal. 

Andrew O. Rice, 

Brookings, S. Dak. 

John L. Stoddard, 

New York. 

Churchman co., 



New York. 



C. W. Jones, 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 

H. L. Beckerdite, 

Winston, N. C. 



Henry Hoe, 



New York. 



(1898, no. 6727. Rec'd Jan. 11, 



Bell telephone co. of Mo., 
St. Louis, Mo. 

Julia C. Tenney, 

Orange, Mass. 

John M. Whitman, 

New York. 

Universalist pub. house, 

Boston. 

George Washington Town- 
send, Philadelphia. 






91 



BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Tully (Wm. C.b The eclipse interest compendium, 
with appendices. (62125. Eec'd Jan. 14,1898.) 93 

Tupper (F. A.). How to buildup a large Latin vocabu- 
lary. (1898, no. 5339. Eec'd Jau. 13, 1898.) 94 

Twentv-vear term and endowment policy, being edition 
of Jan. 1, 1898. (1898, no. 4216. Rec'd Jau. 10, 
1898.) . 95 

Ward (George W.). Notes in history. Syllabus of 
Rome. (1898, no. 4191. Rec'd Dec. 15, 1897.) 96 

Warranty deed bond. (1898, no. 5818. Rec'd Jan. 15, 
1898.) 97 

Webber (William Oliver). Power, profit, and pros- 
perity. (1898, no. 4892. Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 98 

Wellman-Robbins mercantile agency reference book. 
(1898, no. 4210. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 99 

Wevman (Stanley J.). The castle inn. Chap. 4 (con- 
tinued) to 8. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 100 

Window-dresser (The), plate no. 6. [Supplement 
grand album of metropolitan fashions. Feb., 1898. 
v. 3, no. 2.] (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 101 

Woods (Katharine Pearson). Parson Gregory's atone- 
ment (continued.) Chap. 3. [The churchman, 
Jan. 8, 1898.] (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 102 

Chaps. 4-5. [The churchman, Jan. 15, 1898.] 

(Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 103 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Year-book of the Brooklyn chautauquan union, 
Jan. 13, 1898.) 



(Rec'd 
104 



Wm. C. Tully. 

Crawfordsville, Fla. 

P. A. Tupper, 

Quincy, Mass. 

Metropolitan life ins. co., 
New York. 



Wm. J. C. Dulany co., 

Baltimore, Md. 

Dickson & Morrow, 

Kansas City, Mo. 

William Oliver Webber, 

Boston. 

Wellman-Robbins mercan- 
tile agency, Oakland, Cal. 

Stanley J. Weyman, 

London, England. 

Butterick pub. co., ltd.. 

New York. 



Churchman co., 



Do. 



New York. 



Brooklyn chautauquan co., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



I.— BOOKS— (3) NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES. 

(Classified under the term "Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



(1898, no. 5882. Eec'd 

1 

(1898, no. 5886. Eec'd 

2 



Eec*d Jan. 15, 



"A" syndicate page no. 4. 

Jan. 15, 1898.) 
"B" syndicate page no. 4. 

Jan. 15, 1898.) 

Battle (The) of life. (1898, no. 6036. 

1898.) 3 

Bazin (Eene). With all her heart. Chap. 16. [The 
living age, Jan. 15, 1898.] (Eec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 4 

Brave (A) boy leader. Eomantic soldier. Career of 
Col. Arthur McArthur, of Milwaukee. (1898, no. 
5876. Eec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 5 

Browne (Junius Henri). The hero he was. Washing- 
ton, the man obscured by tradition and invention. 
' (1898, no. 5880. Eec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 6 

Buchanan (Eobert). Marriage by capture. Chap. 10. 
(Eec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 7 

"C" syndicate page no. 4. (1898, no. 5885. Eec'd 
Jan. 15, 1898.) 8 

Chefs (The) reminder, part 2. (1898, no. 5804. Eec'd 
Jan. 15, 1898.) 9 



American press ass'n, 

New York, 

Do. 
Do. 



American press ass'n, 

New York, 



Junius Henri Browne, 

United States. 



Eobert Buchanan, 

London, Eng. 

American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Charles Fellows. Chicago. 



92 



BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Clay (Cassius M.). "Dora, niy cliilcl wife." (New 
York journal of Jan. 16, 1898.) (1898, no. 6032. 
Rec'dJan.15, 1898.) 10 

Combination (A) receiving and issue book for wines 
andcigars. [The hotel monthly. Dec., 1897.] (1898, 
no. 5803. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898. ) 11 

Crack (A) regiment. Career of the sixth Georgia 
under Colonel Colquitt. (1898, no. 5877. Rec'd Jan. 
15,1898.) . 12 

Current service, for Jan. 16. (1898, no. 5316. Rec'd 
Jan. 13, 1898.) 13 

Daily digest of selected cases. Inconsistent verdict. 
(1898, no. 5349. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898. ) 11 

Trial for murder. (1898, no. 4931. Rec'd Jan. 12, 

1898.) 15 

"E" syndicate page no. 3. (1898, no. 5881. Rec'd Jan. 
15,1898.) 16 

Ellis (Edward S.). Young (The) Klondikers. Chaps. 
9-10. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 17 

"F" syndicate page no. 3. (1898, no. 5884. (Rec'd 
Jan. 15, 1898.) 18 

Fashions of New York. New goods from Europe ar- 
riving in abundance. (1898, no. 5875. Rec'd Jan. 
15,1898.) 19 

Forrester (Izola L.). Scraggs; or, Tommy and the 
tramp's daughter. (1898, no. 72924. Rec'd Jan. 3, 

1898.) 20, 

Foster (W. Bert). Moon (The) child. [Waverly mag- 
azine, Jan. 22, 1898.] ( Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898. ) 21 

French "old guard." (1898, no. 5878. Rec'd Jan. 15, 

1898.) 22 

Furman (L. S.). Lost in the swamp. (1898, no. 5340. 
Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 23 



Cassius M. Clay, 

Whitehall, Ky. 

Charles H. Scott, Chicago. 



American press ass'n, 

New York. 



Bacheller syndicate, 

New York. 

Evening post pub. co., 

New York. 

Do. 



American press ass'n, 

New York. 



"G" syndicate page no. 4. 

Jan. 15, 1898.) 



(1898, no. 5883. Rec'd 
24 



Harben (Will N.). North (The) walk mystery. Chaps. 
12-13. [The Jefferson banner, Jam 13, 1898.] (Rec'd 
Jan. 15, 1898.) 25 

Hoe (Cottrell). Jennie Baxter, journalist. (1898, no. 
4165. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 26 

Hope (Anthony). Simon Dale. A romance of the 
time of Charles II. Chaps. 19 (continued) and 20. 
(Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 27 

Hustling (The) hurry. (1898, no. 5351. Rec'd Jan. 13, 
1898.) 28 

Lee (Gerald Stanley). Man (The) in the gallery. 
(1898, no. 4323. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 29 

M. Quad page for Jan. 16. ( 1898, no. 5343. Rec'd Jan . 
13,1898.) 30 

Marr (H.V. ). Little (A) girl and a cat. (1898, no. 
5342. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 31 

Milbrandt (Adolf). Die gluckliche frau. Chaps. 4-6. 
(Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 32 



S. S. McClure co., 

New York. 

American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Do. 



S. S. McClure co., 



New York. 



W. Bert Foster. 



American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Bacheller syndicate, 

New York. 

American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Will N. Harben. 



S. S. McClure co., 

New York. 

A. H. Hawkins, 

London, England. 

Grit pub. co., 

Williamsport, Pa. 

Gerald Stanley Lee, 

Boston. 

Bacheller syndicate, 

New York. 

Do 

New Yorker staats-zeitung, 
New York. 



93 



BOOKS (XEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Next. Not a guessing contest, out a prize every day. 
(Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 33 

Offener Schreibebrief des Philipp Sauerampfer. (1898, 
no. 4325. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 31 

Otis (James). Howell (The) necklace. Chaps. 11-14. 
(Rec'd Dec. 31, 1897.) 35 

Chaps. 24-27. (Rec'd Jan. 11. 1898) 36 

Chaps. 28, 30, 31. (Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898) 37 

Chaps. 32, 33. 34, 35. (Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898) ... . 38 

Pemberton (Max). Behind the mask. A story of the 
Adriatic. Bv Max Pemberton. (Rec'd Dec. 31. 
1897.) 39 

Practical (The) hotel steward, pt. 21. [The hotel 
monthly. Dec, 1897.] (1898, no. 5802. Rec'd Jan. 
15, 1898.) 40 

Sierman (J. H.), Albert Lea. Minn. Greatest (The) 
good for the largest number. Chap. 6. [Freeborn 
county times. Jan. 14, 1898.] (Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 

41 



Special page, for Jan. 16. (1898, uo. 5345. 
13, 1898.) 



Rec'd Jan. 

42 



16. (1898, no. 5348. 



Rec'd 
43 



Timely service, for Jan 
Jan' 13, 1898.) 

Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas City star, Jan. 7, 
1898.) (1898, no. 4308. Rec'd Jan. lOj 1898.) 44 



(Jan. 8, 1898.) (1898, no. 4938. 

1898.) 

(Jan. 10, 1898.) (1898.no. 5350. 

1898.) 

(Jan. 11, 1898.) (1898, no. 5662. 

1898.) 

(Jan. 12, 1898.) (1898, no. 6035. 

1898.) 

Warman (Cv.). Valley tan. (7292. 
1898.) 

"Washington in war. (1898, no. 5879. 
1898.) 

Whitson (John H.). Crooked Jenny: 
baby and a drudge. (1897. no. 72922. 
1898. ) 

Williams (H. S.). Talk (A) with Lord Kelvin. (1897, j 
no. 72923. Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 52 

Woman's page for Jan. 16. (1898, no. 5344. Rec'd 
Jan. 13, 1898.) 53 

Youth's page for Jan. 16. (1898, no. 5347. Rec'd Jan. 
13,1898.)" 54 



Rec'd Jau. 11, 
45 

Rec'd Jan. 13, 
46 

Rec'd Jan. 14, 

47 

Rec'd Jan. 15, 

48 

Rec'd Jan. 3, 
49 

Rec'd Jan. 15, 
50 

the story of a 

Rec'd Jan. 3, 

51 



Elmira advertiser ass'n, 

Elmira, X. Y. 

German press and plate co., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

James Otis. 

Do 
Do. 
Do. 
Max Pemberton. 



John Tellman, Chicago. 



J. H. Sierman. 

Albert Lea, Minn. 



Bacheller syndicate, 

Xew York, 

Do. 



Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Cy. Warman, 

London, Ontario. 

American press ass'n, 

New York. 



S. S. McClure co. 



Xew York. 



Do. 



Bacheller syndicate, 

Xew York. 

Do. 



13973— Vol. 14, Xo. 2- 



94 



II. DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Chrostowski (Count Alphonse). White (The) czar. 
Romance, in 4 acts and 7 transformations. (71788. 
Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 1 

Daly (Augustin). " Frou-Frou." A comedy of power- 
ful human interest, in 5 acts. [French's standard 
drama, no. 359.] (64638. Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 2 

Fininger (H. L.). Fortunate (The) man ; or, a nervous 
wife. A farcical coniedv in 3 acts. (1898, no. 5112. 
Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 3 

Heermans (Forbes). On both sides. An original 
drama of the civil war, in 4 acts. (1898, no. 3468. 
Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 4 

Lamson (Ernest Clyde). Mouse-trap Tobe. (1898, no. 
4897. Rec'd Jan." 12, 1898.) 5 

Royal (A) dilemma. A comic opera in 2 acts. Li- 
bretto by Alexander H. Laidlaw, jr. ; music bv Rich- 
ard Henry Warren. (Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898. ) 6 

Ziegfeld (Oliver C). Dawn of peace. Minstrel first 
part. (1898, no. 4229. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 7 



Copyeight Proprietors. 



Count Alphonse Chrostow- 
ski, New York. 

Augustin Daly, New York. 



San Francisco, Cal. 

Forbes Heermans, 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

Ernest Clyde Lamson, 

Prairie View, 111. 

Alexander H. Laidlaw, jr., 
New York. 

Oliver C. Ziegfeld, 

Baltimore, Md. 



III. PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 



ABC pathfinder and dial. Jan. 10, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
10,1898.) 1 

Advance reports. Legal intelligencer. Jan. 14, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 2 



New England railway pub. 
co., Boston. 

David Martin, sec'y of the 
state of Pennsylvania, 

Harrisburg, Pa. 



Ad. sense. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898) 3 Ad. sense co.. 

Advance sheets. All opinions of the U. S. supreme 
court. Jan. 1,1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 4 

Adventure weeklv. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 14, 
1898.) 5 

Afro-American beacon light, v. 2, no. 10. (Rec'd 
Jan. 11, 1898.) 6 

American agriculturist. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 

14,1898.) 7 

American architect and building news. Jan. 8, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 8 

American exchange and review. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 12, 1898.) 9 

American field. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 

10 



Chicago. 



Lawyers' cooperative pub. 
co., Rochester, N. Y. 

Street & Smith, New York. 



Beacon light pub. co., 

New York. 

Orange Judd co., New York. 



American architect and 
building news co., Boston. 

Review pub. and ptg. co., 
Philadelphia. 

American field pub. co., 

New York. 



American florist co., 

Chicago. 



American florist. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) , 

11 I 

American historical review. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. Macmillan co., New York. 
12,1898.) 12 



American law register. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 
1898.) 13 



Law dep't university of 
Pennsylvania, 

Philadelphiai 



95 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. Copyright Proprietors. 



Aimals of gynaecology and paediatry. Jan., 1898. Ernest W. disking, 

(Rec'dJan.13,1898.) 14 Boston. 

Annals of onr lady of the sacred heart. Jan., 1898. C. O. Mahohey, 
(Rec'd Jan. 15. 1898.) " 15 Watertown, N. Y. 

Annals of surgery. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898). 16 J. B. Lippincott co., 

Philadelphia. 
Architecture and building. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. W. T. Comstock, 
10, 1898. ) 17 New York. 

Army and navy. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 14. 1898). 18 Street* Smith, New York. 

Art interchange. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898). 19 Art interchange co., 

New York. 
Atlantic reporter. Jan. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) West pub. co., 

20 St. Paul, Minn. 

Avemaria. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898). .. 21 D.E.Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 

Bibelot. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898) 22 Thomas B. Mosher, 

Portland, Me. 
Biblical world. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898).. 23 University of Chicago, 

Chicago. 
Biles's whiskj price list. Jan. 10, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. J. W. Biles co., 
12,1898.) 24 Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Black cat. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898) 25 Short story pub. co., Boston. 

Book buyer. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898) .... 26 Chas. Scribner's sons, 

New York. 

Boston Sunday globe. Jan. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, Globe pub. co.. Boston. 

1898.) 27 

Boston daily globe, Jan. 10, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, Do. 

1898.) ' 28 

Jan. 11, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898) 29 Do. 

Jan. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898) 30 Do. 

Jan. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898) 31 Do. 

Jan. 14, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898) 32 | Do. 

Boston Sunday herald. Jan. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 11, 

1898.) 33 



Boston Sundav post. Jan. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 11, 
1898.) 34 



Boston herald co., Boston. 
Post pub. co. ; Boston. 



Bradstreet's. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898).. 35 Bradstreet co., New York. 

Brooklvn life. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898). 36 Brooklyn life pub. co., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Carter's monthly. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898). 37 Carter's monthly, Chicago. 

Catholic reading circle review. Dec, 1897. (Rec'd j Warren E. Mosher, 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 38 Youngstown, Ohio. 

Central law journal. Jan. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, Central law journal co., 
1898.) 39 St, Louis, Mo. 

Christian endeavor world. Jan. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Golden rule co., Boston. 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 40 

Christian herald. Jan. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 11, Louis Klopsch, New York. 
1898.) 41 

Chronicle. Dec, 1897 (extra). (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898). 42 Chronicle co., New York. 

Church economist. Jan. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, Church economist pub. co., 
1898.) 43 . New York. 



i>6 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Citator. Dec, 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898) 44 

Club owl. Jan. 10, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898).... 45 

Clubwoman. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898).. . 46 

Commercial and financial chronicle. Jan. 15, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 47 

Concert-goer. Jan. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898) . . 48 

Cordage trade journal. Jan. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 

1898.) 49 

Criterion. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898) 50 

Cuba. Jan. 15,1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898) 51 

Cuba y America. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 



Richmond & Backus co., 

Detroit, Mich. 

Woman's new league, 

Newark, N. J. 

Club woman, Boston. 

William B. Dana co., 

New York. 

Wilcox, Haigh & Ellery co., 
New York. 

Charles H. Delano, 

New York. 

G. L. Davidson, New York. 

M. Rangulo, New York. 

Manuel Montero, New York. 



Current history, third quarter. 
Jan. 12, 1898.) 



7, no. 3. (Rec'd 
53 



Cycle age. Jan. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10. 1898) .... 54 

Jan. 13,1898. (Rec'd Jau. 15, 1898) 55 

Cycling gazette, Jan. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15. 1898.) 

56 

Jan. 7,1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898) 57 

Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 18. 8) 58 

Jan. 9-10, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898) 59 

Jan. 11, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898) 60 

Jan. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898) 61 

Jan. 14,1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898) 62 

Delineator. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898).... 63 

Dietetic and hygienic gazette. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
2,1898.) 64 ! 

Dry goods economist. Jan. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 
1898.) 65 

Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898) 66 

Dime library. Jan. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898) .. 67 

Dramatic studies. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 

68 

Electrical engineer. Jan. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 
1898.) 69 

Electrical review. Jan. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 

1898.) 70 

Electrical world. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

71 

Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898) 72 

Engineers' list. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898) .. 73 

Examiner. Jan. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898) ... 74 
Fame. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898) 75 



Garretson, Cox & co., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Cycle age, Chicago. 

Do. 

Emil Grossman *fe bro., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Butterick pub. co., 

New York. 

Gazette pub. co., New York. 

Textile pub. co., New York. 

Do. 

Beadle & Adams, New York 

Am. academy of the dra 
matic arts, New York 

Electrical engineer, 

New York 

Electrical review pub. co., 
New York. 

W. J. Johnston co., 

New York. 

Do. 

Geo. I, Roberts & bros., 

New York. 

Examiner co., New York. 
Artemus Ward, New York. 



97 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Pkopkietors. 



Farm implement news. Jan. 13, 1898. (Ree'd Jan. 15, 

1898.) 76 

Farmer. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898) 77 

Fashions. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898) 78 



Federal reporter. Jan. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

79 

Fishing gazette. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

80 

Forest and stream. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 
1898.) 81 

French dressmaker. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 
1898. ) 82 

Furniture trade review. Jan. 10, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
11, 1898.) 83 

Gameland. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898) 84 



Farm implement news co., 
Chicago. 

Orange Judd co., Chicago. 

Herbert Booth King & bro. 
pub. co. New York. 

West pub. co., 

St. Paul, Minn. 

G. E. Jennings, 

New York. 

Forest and stream pub. co., 
New York. 

A. McDowell & co., 

New York. 



Review pub. co. 



New York. 



Gameland pub. co., 

New York. 

Butterick pub. co., 

New York. 



Do. 
F. M. Lupton, 



Glass of fashion. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 

85 

(Spanish). Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898). 86 

Good literature. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898). 87 

Grand album. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898).. 88 

Great round world. Jan. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 

1898.) 89 

Grocers' regulator. Jan. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 
1898.) 90 

Half-dime library. Jan. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 

1898.) 91 [ 

Happy days. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898) . . 92 Frank Tousey, 



New York. 



Butterick pub. co.. 

New York. 

William Beverley Harison, 
New York. 

Reid, Murdock & co., 

Chicago. 

Beadle & Adams, 

New York 



Harpers bazar. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan, 15, 1898.) 

93 

Harper"s weekly. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 

94 

Home and farm. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 

95 

Home study magazine. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 
1898.) 96 

Horseman. Jan. 11, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898).. 97 



Illinois official reporter. Jan. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
15,1898.) 98 

Illustrated American. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 
1898.) 99 

Illustrated Buffalo express. Jan. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
10, 1898.) 100 

Inland printer. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898). 101 

Jewelers' circular. Jan. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 
1898.) 102 



Harper & bros. 



Do. 



New York. 



New York. 



Home and farm pub. co., 

Louisville, Ky. 

Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 

Chicago horseman newspa- 
per co., Chicago. 

Isaac Newton Phillips, 

Bloomington, 111. 

Lorillard Spencer, 

New York. 

Geo. E. Matthews & co.. 

Buffalo, N.Y. 

Inland printer co., Chicago. 

Jewelers' circular pub. co., 
New York. 



98 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Jewelers' weekly. Jan. 14, 1898 (extra). (Rec'd Jan. 
15, 1898.) 103 

Jan. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898) 104 

Jewish comment. Jan. 14, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 

105 

Journal of American folklore. Dec, 1897. (Rec'd 
Jan. 12, 1898.) 106 

Journal of geology. Nov. -Dec, 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 
13, 1898.) ' 107 

Journal of the American medical ass'n. Jan. 8, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 108 

Journal of the United States artillery. Xov.-Dec, 
1897. (Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 109 

Judge. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898) 110 

Keystone. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898) Ill 

Landwirthsehaftliche beilage. Jan. 14, 1898. (Rec'd 
Jau. 15, 1898.) 112 

League leaflet. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898) . 113 

Legal intelligencer. Jan. 14, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 
1898.) 114 

Leslie's weekly. Jan. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

115 

Life. Jan. 13,1898. (Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898) 116 

Little folks. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898). 117- 

Log cabin library. Jan. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 
1898.) 118 

Jan. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898) 119 



Trades weekly co. 



New York. 



Do. 



McCall's magazine. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jau. 13, 1898.) 

120 
Machinery. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898) 121 

Mackey ABC guide. Jan. 15. 1898. (Rec'd Jau. 10, 

1898.) 122 

Marine engineering. Dec, 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 11, 
1898.) 123 

Medical news. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15. 1898.) 

124 

Medical record. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 

125 

Messenger of the sacred heart. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 12, 1898.) 126 

(Supplement.) Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 

127 

Metropolitan fashions. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 12 

1898.) 128 

v. 46, no. 1. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898) 129 



"The publishers," 

Baltimore, Md. 

American folklore society, 
Boston. 

University of Chicago. 

Chicago. 

American medical ass'n, 

Chicago. 

Artillery school, 

Fort Monroe, Va. 

Judge pub. co., New York. 

B.Thorpe, Philadelphia. 

Westliche post. ass'n, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Apostleship of prayer, 

New York. 

Edward P. Allinson. 

Philadelphia. 

Arkell weekly co, 

New York. 

Mitchell & Miller, 

New York. 

S. E. Cassino, Boston. 

Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 
McCall co., New York. 

Industrial press, 



New York. 



A B C uuide co., 



New York. 
Marine pub. co., New York. 

Lea bros. & co., New York. 

Wm, Wood & co., 

New York. 

Apostleship of prayer, 

New York. 

Do. 



Butterick pub. co. 



New York. 



Do. 



1)9 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Puopimetors. 



Mode de Paris. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898). 130 

Monthly blotter. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13,1898.) 

131 

Morning journal (German), Jan. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
10.1898.) 132 

Jan. 10, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898) 133 

Jan. 11, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898) 134 

Jan. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898) 135 

Morse & Rogers money saver. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
13,1898.) 136 

Munson's phonographic news. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan., 1898.) 137 

Musical news. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898).. 138 

Musical record. Jan. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

139 

Musician. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898) 140 

New crusade. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 141 



A. 


McDowell & 


CO., 

New 


York. 


M 


airson & Wri 

Sc 


gut, 
m Jos 


e,Cal. 


W 


. R. Hearst, 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 


New 


York. 


Morse & Rogers, 

New 


York. 


J. 


E. Munson, 


New 


York. 



New England master-builder. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd ; H. H. Lepper, 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 142 



Musical news pub. co., 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 

Wood- Allen pub. co., 

Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Boston. 



New ideas for woman's wear. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
10,1898.) 143 

New Jersey contractor. Jan. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 
1898.) 144 

New York herald, Jan. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

145 



Jan. 10, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898) 



146 



New York journal, Jan. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

147 

Jan. 10, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898) 148 

Jan. 11, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898) 149 

Jan. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898) 150 

Jan. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898) 151 

Jan. 14, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898) 152 

Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898) 153 

New York ledger. Jan. 8, 4898. (Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 

154 

Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898) 155 

New York medical journal. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
10,1898.) 156 

New York news letter. Jan.-Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
12,1898.) 157 

New York state reports and session laws. Jan. 8, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 158 

New York supplement and state reporter. Jan. 6, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 159 



New idea pub. co., 

New York. 

A. H. Ringier, 

W. Hoboken, N. J. 

James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 

Do. 

W. R. Hearst, New Y r ork. 



Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Robert Bonner's sons, 

New Y'ork. 

Do. 

D. Appleton & co., 

New York. 

New York life ins. co., 

New York. 

Banks & bros., and James 
B. Lyon, Albany, N. Y. 

West pub. co., 

St. Paul, Minn. 



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Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



New York times, Jan. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

160 



(Rec'd Jan. 11,1898) 161 

(Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898) 162 

(Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898) 163 

(Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898) 164 

New York times weekly. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
10,1898.) 165 

New Yorker abendblatt, Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. in, 
1898.) 166 

(Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898) 167 

(Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898) 168 

(Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898) 169 

(Rec'd Jan. 14,1898) 170 

(Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898) 171 

New Yorker sonntagsblatt. Jan. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
10,1898.) 172 

New Yorker staats-zeitung, Jau. 10, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
10,1898.) 173 

(Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898) 174 

(Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898) 175 

(Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898) 176 

(Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898) 177 

- Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898) 178' 

New Yorker wochenblatt. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
15,1898.) 

Nick Carter weekly. Jan. 15, 1898 

1898.) 

Northeastern reporter. Jan. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 11, 
1898.) 181 

Northwest magazine. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 
1898.) 18 2 

Novellen-schatz. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 

183 

Ohio legal news. Jan. 10, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

184 



■ Jan. 10, 1898. 

■ Jan. 12, 1898. 
Jan. 13, 1898. 

■ Jan. 14, 1898. 



■ Jan. 10, 1898. 
• Jan. 11, 1898. 

Jan. 12, 1898. 

Jan. 13, 1898. 

Jan. 14, 



■ Jan. 11, 1898. 
Jan. 12, 1898. 
Jan. 13, 1898. 

■ Jan. 14, 1898. 



179 

(Rec'd Jan. 14, I 

180 I 



(Rec'd Jan. 
185 



Old Cap Collier's library. Jan. 22, 1898 
15,1898.) 

Our productions. Jan. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

186 

Our race news leaflet. Nov., 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 
1898.) lg7 

Dec, 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898) 188 

Outlook. Jan. 18, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898)... 189 
Overland monthly. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 

190 
Pacific reporter. Jan. 6, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 

191 



New York times co., 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

New Yorker staats-zeitung, 
New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

. Ho. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Street & Smith, 

Ne w.York. 

West pub. co., 

St. Paul, Minn. 

E. V. Smalley, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

S. Zickel, New York. 

Laning pub. co., 

Nor walk, Ohio. 

N. L. Munro, New York. 

Am. pub. and eng. co., 

New York. 

C. A. L. Totten, 

New Haven, Conn. 

Do. 

Outlook co., New York. 

Overland monthly pub. co., 
San Francisco, Cal. 

West pub. co., 

St. Paul, Minn. 






101 

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Titles. 

Pennsylvania county court reports. Jan. 8, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 192 

Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15,1898) 193 

Pennsylvania railroad men's news. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan.' 10, 1898.) 194 

Philadelphia inquirer, Jan. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Jau. 10, 
1898.) 195 

Jan. 10, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898) 196 

Jan. 11, 1898. (Rec"d Jan. 11, 1898) 197 

Jan. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898) 198 

Jan. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898) 199 

Jan. 11, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898) 200 

Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898) 201 

Philistine. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898).... 202 

Phonoscope. Xov.-Dec, 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 15. 1898.) 

203 

Pittsburg times, Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

201 

Jan. 10, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 11. 1898) 205 

Jan. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13. 1898) 206 

Jan. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898) 207 

Jan.14,1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898) 208 

Presto. Jan. 6,1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 18£ 8) 209 

Printer and bookmaker. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10 . 
1898.) 210 

Progress. Dec, 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 10. 1898) 211 

Railway handbook. Jan. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13. 
1898.) 212 

Railway magazine. Dec, 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 

213 

Record of Christian work. Jan.. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 
1898.) 214 

Robes cle luxe. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898).. 215 

Russell's convention dates. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
10,1898.) • 216 

St. Louis republic. Jan. 9. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 11. 1898.) ' 

217 

(Sundaymagazine.) Jan. 9. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 11, 

18980 218 

Sanitarian. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898). .... 219 

Saturday evening post. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 14, 
1898.) 220 

Scholar's magazine. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 

221 h 

School journal. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 

999 



Copyright Proprietors. 

T. & J. W. Johnson cV co., 
Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Pa. R. R. men's news, 

Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia inquirer co.. 
Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Elbert Hubbard, 

East Aurora, X. Y. 

Phonoscope, New York. 

Pittsburg times, 

Pittsburg. Pa. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Presto co., Chicago. 

Howard Lockwood & co.. 
Xew York. 

University ass'n, Chicago. 

Railway handbook pub. co., 
Sau Francisco. Cal. 

Railway magazine co.. 

Xew York. 

Fleming H. Revell & co.. 

Chicago. 

Morse Broughton co., 

Xew York. 

Hamlin Russell, 

' Newark, X. J. 

Geo. Knapp & co., 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Do. 



Sanitarian, Xew York. 

Curtis pub. co., 

Philadelphia. 

Sunday school times, 

Philadelphia. 

E. L. Kellogg & co.. 

New Y'ork. 



102 

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Titles. Copyright Proprietors. 

Scientific American. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, Muim & co., New York. 
1898.) 223 

Short stories. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898).. 221 Current literature pub. co., 

New York. 

Southeastern reporter. Jan. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, West pub. co., 

1898.) 225 St. Paul, Minn. 

Southern reporter. Jan. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) Do. 

226 

Southwestern reporter. Jan. 10. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, Do. 
1898.) 227 

Standard. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898) . . . 228 Standard press, New York. 

Standard designer. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10. 1898.) Standard fashion co., 

229 New York. 

Street railway journal. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10. Street railway pub co 

1898.) 230 * New York. 

Success with flowers. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 11, Dingee & Conard co., 

1898 -) 231 Westgrove, Pa. 

Sun, Jan. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898) 232 Sun printing and pub. ass'n, 

New York. 

Jan. 10, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898) 233 Do. 

Jan. 11, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898; 231 Do. 

Jan. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898) 235 Do. 

Jan. 11, 1898. ( Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898) 236 Do. 

Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898) 237 Do. 

Sunday magazine. Jan. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, N. V. Sunday pre>x, 

1898 -J 238 New York. 

Sunday school times. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, Jobu D. Wattles & co., 

1898 -) 239 Philadelphia. 

Superintendent and foreman. Jan. 11, 1898. (Rec'd Joseph Van Ness, 

Jan. 10, 1898.) 2 40 Boston. 

Supreme court reporter. Jan. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, West pub. co., 

1898 -) 211 St. Paid, Minn. 

Textile colorist. Dec, 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898). 212 M.M.Frank, Philadelphia. 

Tobacco. Jan. 7, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898) 213 T. H. Delano pub. co., 

New York. 

Town talk. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898) . . 211 Burke & Bever, 

Newark, N.J. 

Town topics. Jan. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 189S). 245 Town topics pub. co., 

New York. 

Trained motherhood. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, Motherhood co., New York. 
1898.; 216 

Travelers and shippers' directory. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Denborn co., Chicago. 
Jan. 12, 1898.) 217 

Truth. Jan.19,1898. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898) 218 Truth co., New York. 

United States reports (sup. court). Dec. 1, 1897. (Rec'd Banks & bros., New York. 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 249 

University medical magazine. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd University of Pennsylvania 

Jan. 11, 1898.) 250 press. ' Philadelphia. 

Up-to-date. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898) .. 251 Up-to-date pub. co., 

Chicago. 



103 

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Titles. 



Vanity fair. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10. 1S98):. .. 252 
Vivia cause. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898).. 253 

Vogue. Jau. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13. 1898) 254 

Werner's magazine. Jan. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 

255 

Western electrician. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jau. 10, 
1898.) 256 

Wool record. Jan. 11, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 12. 1898) . . 257 

World (comic weekly). Jan 9, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 
1898.) 258 

World (Sunday). Jan. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

259 

World (woman's). Jan. 9, 1898. ( Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

260 

World's Sunday magazine. Jan. 9. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
10, 1898.) 261 

World, Jau. 10, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898) 262 

Jan. 11, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898) 263 

Jan. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898) 261 

Jau. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898) 265 

Jan. 14, 1898. (Rec'd Jau. 11, 1898) 266 

Jau. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898 ) 267 



Copyright Proprietors. 

Blakely Hall, New York. 

H. & H.E.Law, 

San Francisco, Cal. 

Fashion co., New York. 

Edgar S. Werner, 

New York. 

Electrical pub. co., 

Chicago. 

Wool record pub. co., 

New York. 

Press pub. co., New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



IV. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COL- 
LECTIONS OF MUSIC. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Jean White. 



Boston. 



"Abendsam see." (Evenings at the seashore.) Char- 
acteristic. By Franz Behr. op. 252. For violin 
and rlute. Boston, Jean White. (Rec'd Jau. 10, 
1898.) 1 

Academy church music, no. 22. [n. i.] (1898. no. 
5558. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 2 

Ah! so pure. Air from Martha. (Flotow.) Ar- 
ranged by Le Barge-Foster. For 2 mandolins and 
guitar. Boston, Jean White. (1898, no. 99. Rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 3 

Alabama rag time. (Cakewalk.) By J. E. Henning. 

op. 132. For 2 mandolins, 2 banjos, aud guitar. Chicago. 

Chicago, Heuning music co. (67925. Rec'd Jan. 
12, 1898. ) 4 

''Album leaf (simplified). By Richard Wagner, j Carl Fischer, New York. 
Edition for violin and piauo. Arranged bvTheo. M. 
Tobani. New York. Carl Fischer. (1898. no. 2603. j 
Rec'd Jan. 3, 1898.) 5 | 

"Aloha!'' (Love to you.) Words by Lieut. Wm. E. P. Denton & Seixas, 
French. Music bv Margaret Townsend. New York, New York. 

Brooks & Denton'. (1898, uo. 8594. Rec'd Jan. 15. 

1898.) 6 I 



Academy of the new church, 
Philadelphia. 

Jean White, Boston. 



Henning music co. 



104 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Jean White. 



American (The) beauty. March for military baud. 
By D. W. Piatt. Oskaloosa, Iowa, C. L. Barnhouse. 
(1898, uo. 3984. Kec'dJan. 13, 1898.) 7 

Arrival of the guests. (Aukommende gaste.) Com- 
posed for the pianoforte by Conrad Kind. op. 16. no. 
2. New York, J. H. Schroeder. (Kec'd Jan. 10. 1898.) 

8 

"Asclianti." (Neger) Mar3ch. Yon J. F. Wagner, 
op. 309. [Forpiano.] Kopenhagen andLiepzig, Wil- 
helm Hansen. Music-verlag. (1898, no. 5027. Kec'd 
Jan. 12, 1898. ) 9 

" Aurora" march. By Fr. Lauer. [For brass band.] 
Boston, Jean White. (1898. no. 81. Rec'd Jan. 10, 

1898.) 10 

Barcarolle. Pour piano par Lucieu Wurmser. Paris. 
Enoch & cie. (1898, no. 5786. Kec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 11 

Bay state march. By A. C. Kirkham. [For piano.] 
New York. M. Witmark & sous. (1898. no. 5216. 
Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 12 

Bazar (The). March. Two-step. By C. H. Anthony. 
[For piano.] Cleveland, Ohio. C. H. Anthony. (66893. 
Rec'd 1 copy Nov. 30, 1899. and 1 copy Jan. 10, 1898.) 

13 

Be joyful. A.Beirly. r Anthem.] [n. i. ] (1898. no. 
4841. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 14 

Beatrice. Words by Ed. S. Abeles. Music by Theo. 
Bendin. New York, M. Witmark & sons/ (1898. 
no. 5214. Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 15 

Beautiful (The) Bostonian. Polka francaise. For 
piano, by J. Abloescher. Boston. Jean White. (1898, 
no. 2508. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 16 

Behind the mask of life. Song and chorus. Words 
aud music by Fred. K. Rigby. Syracuse. N. Y., John 
L. Kerr pub. co. (Rec'd Jan. 15. 1898.) 17 

Belle (The) of Broadway. Words and music by Dora 
Yungbluth. Published by the author. (Rec'd Jan. 
13.1898.) 18 

Benedictns. no. 1. Drei touilichtungen fiir orgel, von 
Philipp Wolfrum. op. 30. Leipzig, Breitkopf cV 
Hartel. (1898, no. 5246. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 19 

Better than riches and gold. Bv Thos. S. Allen. Jean White 
[Vocal.] Boston, Jean White. (Kec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

20 

Bin eiufah render geselL (The wanderer's song.) Aus 
lieder eines fahrenden gesellen, von Rudolf Baiiin- 
bach. English version by Frederick W. Bancroft, 
op. 39, no. 2. Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. (1898, 
no. 4981. Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 21 



C. L. Barnhouse, 

Oskaloosa, Iowa. 

J. H. Schroeder. New York. 



Wilhelm Hansen, 

Liepsig. Germany. 



Boston. 



Enoch it cie., Paris. France. 



M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 



C. H. Anthony. 

Cleveland. Ohio. 



A. Beirlv. Chicago, 111. 



M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 



Jean White. Boston. 



Dora Yunubluth. 



Breitkopf & Hartel, 

Leipzig. Germany. 



Boston. 



Arthur P. Schmidt. 



Boston. 



Birth of America. Waltzes. By R. Lewis. [For 
piano.] Auburn, N. Y., Globe music co. (Rec'd Jan. 
11, 1898.; 22 

Bleus. Poesie de Charles Fuster. Musique de C. 

Chaminade. no. 1, en fa. Pour tenor on soprano. 

Paris, Enoch & cie. (1898, no. 5785. Rec'd Jan. 15. 

1898.) 2 3 



R. L. Baumline. 



Enoch & cie.. 



Paris. France. 



10") 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Brockton belles. Polka. For cornet. B flat, and piano. 
By T.S. Allen. Boston, Jean White. (1898. no. 2546. 
Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 24 

Butterfly (The) and the bee. Words and music by 
Dan Emerson. Baltimore. George Willig cSc co. 
(1898, no. 6001. Eec'd Jan. 15. 1898.) 25 

Camp-meet in' coons. Song- and dance. Schottische. 
Bv A. Tregina. [For band. J Philadelphia. Harry 
Coleman. i Eec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 26 

Castigliana (La) waltzes. LaGnardia. Arranged by 
Le Barge for 2 mandolins and guitar. Boston. Jean 
White. (1898. no. 2500. Eec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 27 

Chanson (La) de ma mie. Poesie de Th. de Banville. 
Mnsiqne de H. Bemberg. no. 1. Soprano on t: : nor. 
Paris. Lucien Gnvs. (1898. no. 5014. Eec'd Jan. 12, 
1898.) 28 

Chanson triste. Poesie de la Comtesse Joseph 
Rochaid. Mnsiqne de C. Chaminade. no. 2. en Ee 
mineur pour baiyton on mezzo-soprano. (Ton ori- 
ginal.) Paris. Enoch A: cie. (1898, no. 5782. Eec'd 
Jan. 15, 1898. - 29 

Cindrella White. Words by Evelyn Bloom. Music 
by Geo. Mavwood (Schleiffarth). Chicago. Sol. 
Bloom. (1898, no. 6320. Eec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 30 

Come along, my honey. Darkey end song and chorus. 
Words and music by J. W. Wheeler. Boston, Jean 
White. (Eec'd Jam 10. 1898.) 31 

Come tell me what's your answer, yes or no. Song 
and chorus. Words and music by Paul Dresser.- 
New York, Howley, Hayiland & co/ (1898. no. 5218. 
Eec'd Jan. 11. 1898'.) 32 

'• Company F'' march. For band. Bv F. M. Flockton. 
Boston. Jean White. (1898, no. 2543. Eec'd Jan. 10,. 
1898.) 33 

Co-mtown (The) swell. Two step. For military band. 
Bv D.W.Piatt. Cskaloosa. Iowa. C. L. Barnhouse. 
(1898, no. 3985. Eec'd Jan. 13. 1898. ) 34 

Cotton (The) pickers' dance. Morceau brilliant. By 
Edward Hoist. [For piano.] New York. Howlev. 
Haviland & co. (1898, no. 5219. Eec'd Jan. 11, 
1898.) 35 

Cuckoo polka. By X. J. Spring. [For 16 instruments 
and piano.] Boston, Jean White. (1898, no. 2483. 
Eec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 36 

Dance of the elves. (Elfen reigen. i Composed for the 
piano by Conrad Kind. op. 16, no. 3. New York, 
J. H. Schroeder. (Eec'd Jan. 10. 18£8.) 37 

Darkies' (The) picnic. By Theo. Bendix. [For orches- 
tra and piano.] Boston. Jean White. (1898. no. 2489. 
Eec'd Jan. 10. 1898.) 38 

Daughter of zion. Solo or unison chorus. A. Beirly. 
[Anthem.] [n. i.] (1898, no. 4840. Eec'd Jan. 10, 
1898. ) 39 

De Loin. Marcietta no. 2. By P. Sudessi. Pour or- 
chestre. av piano conducteur. Nice. Paul Deconx- 
eelle. (1898, no. 5020. Eec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 40 



Jean AYhite, Boston. 



George Willig & co., 

Baltimore. Md. 



Harry Coleman. 

Fhiladelphia. 

Jean White, Boston. 



Bembero-, Paris. France. 



Enoch & cie, 



Paris. France. 



Sol. Bloom. Chicago. 



Jean White. 



Boston. 



Howley. Haviland & co., 

New York. 



Jean White. 



Boston. 



C. L. Barnhouse, 

Oskaloosa, Iowa. 



Howley. Haviland & co., 

New York. 



Jean White. 



Boston. 



J. H. Schroeder. New York. 



Jean White, Boston. 



A. Beirly, Chicago. 



Paul Decourcelle, 

Nice, France. 



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Titles. 



COPYKIGHT PROPRIETOR* 



Dearest, mine. Song. Words by Jack Everett Fay. 
Music by James B. Oliver. New York, M. Witmark 
& sons." (Eec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 41 

Deus misereatur, in G. Festival anthem. By C. A. 
Havens, op. 183. Cincinnati, John Church co. 
(1898, no. 5559. Rec'cl Jan. 13, 1898..) 42 

Deutsches burschenlied. Hans Weber. Fiir mlinner- 
chor. Componirt you Anton Weber, op. 22, no. 



[Drei lieder.] Leinziij, Rob. Forberg. 
5034. Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 



(1898, no. 
43 



Do you remember, love. (Duet.) Words by Harry B. 
Smith. Music by Reginald De Koven. New York, 
T. B. Harms & co. (1898, no. 5868. Eec'd Jan. 14, 

1898.) 44 

Doctor Foster went to Glo'ster. Male quartet. Hu- 
morous. Cincinnati, Fillmore bros. (1898, no. 3992. 
Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 15 

Don't forget vour Maggie. By Arthur F. Williams. 
[Vocal.] Bradford, Pa., Williams & Meyers. (1898, 
no. 4837. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 46 

Don't let her know. Words by Win. H. Gardner. 
Music by Alb. H. Fitz. New York, A. H. Fitz music 
co. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 47 

Dorado (El). Spanish mazurka. For2 mandolins and 
guitar. ByE.H. Fry. Boston, Jean White. (1898, 
no. 2499. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898. ) 48 

Dream (A). Song. By Henri W. Ruifrok. [Vocal.] 
Chicago, Clayton F. Summy co. (1898, no. 4849. 
Rec'd J an. 10, 1898.) 49 

Dream, love, dream. Waltz song. Words by A. B. 
Sloane and Jeau C. Havez. Music by Frederick W. 
Foote. Boston, White-Smith music pub. co. (1898, 
no. 5695. Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 50 

Dream of the ballet. Dance. Characteristic. By 
J. A. Silberberg. [For piano.] New York, M. Wit- 
mark & sons. (73483. Rec'd Dec, 29, 1897.) 51 

Easter cantata. By B. G. Elvey. Arranged by E. 
Beyer. [For orchestra.] Boston, Jean White. 
(Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 52 

Eclipse (The). Medley overture for piano. By Harry 
Prendiville. Boston, Jean White. (1898. no. 2503. 

53 



Mrs. H. H. A. 

(1898,no.5700. 



Beach. 

Rec'd 

54 

132. For violin and 

(1898, no. 102. Rec'd 

55 



Rec'd J an. 10, 1898.) 

Ecstasy. (Men's voices.) By 
Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. 
Jan. 14, 1898.) 

Elegie. Charles Dancla. op 
piano. Boston, Jean White. 
Jan. 10,1898.) 

Elks (The) reunion march. 
Prendiville. [For band.] 
(Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

For piano. Boston, Jean White. 

Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

Empor. Kirchenchor-lied. Componirt von Carl W. 
Cincinnati, Ohio, Carl W. Grimm. (1898, 
Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 58 



M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 

John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Rob. Forberg, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



T. B. Harms & co., 

New York. 



Fillmore bros., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Arthur F. Williams, 

Bradford, Pa. 

Alb. H. Fitz, New York. 



Jean White, Boston. 



H. W. J. Ruifrok, 

Des Moines, Iowa, 



White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 



M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 



Jean White, 



Do. 



Boston. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



(Two-step.) 
Boston, Jean 



By II . 
White. 
5o 

(1898, no. 2474. 
57 



Jean White, 



Do. 



Boston. 



Grimm, 
no. 4850. 



Do. 

Carl W. Grimm, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Enfant (L') dort. (Petite berceuse.) Deux exquisses 
pour le piano. Composee par Felix Horowski. op. 
5. London, .Joseph Williams. (1898, no. 5010. 
Eec'd Jan. 12.1898.) 59 

Enfant (L') s'amuse. (Tempo di niinuetto.) Deux 
exquisses pour le piano. Composee par Felix 
Borowski. op. 5. no. 2. London, Josenh Williams. 
(1898, no. 5009. Eec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 60 

Entre act polka. For band. By F. W. Stimson. Bos- 
ton, Jean White. (1898, no. 2545. Eec'd Jan. 10, 

1898.) 61 

Envoi de fleurs. Poesie de Henri Bernard. Musique Enoch. & cie., 



Joseph Williams, 

London, England. 



Do. 



Jean White, Boston. 



de Paul Delmet. Paris, Enoch & cie. (I898.no. 
5779. Eec'd Jan. 15, L898.) 62 

Evening star. Polka. For guitar. Bv E. H. Fry. 
Boston, Jean White. (1898. no. 2506. Eec'd J an. 10, 

1898.) 63 

Fantasie. "Ben Bolt." By J. S. Cox. For flute and 
piano. Boston, Jean White. (1898. no. 89. Eec'd 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 64 

Fantasie Claremont. Clarinet solo. Piano accompan- 
iment. Demersseman. op. 46. Arranged by Paul 
Lange. Boston, Jean White. (Eec'd Jan.' 10, 1898.) 65 

Farewell, the spell is broken. Words and music by 
CarlBronson. [n. i.] (1898, no. 5564. Eec'd Jan. 13, 

1898.) 66 

First love waltz. Bv Chas. Shackford. [For piano.] 
Boston, Chas. Shackford & co. (1898, no. 4983. Eec'd 
Jan.ll, 1898.) 67 

5 Klavierstiicke. Pianoforte pieces, no. 1. Andante, 
von Heinrich Schenker, op. 4. Leipzig, Breitkopf & 
Hartel. (1898, no. 5249. Eec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 68 

"Flora."' Polka brillante. Arranged by A. Luigi Jean White, Boston, 

for 2 mandolins and guitar. Boston, Jean White. 
(1898, no. 93. Eec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) . 69 

Flower voices. Eev. Charles S. Junkin. Edward G. [ Edward G. McCollin, 



Paris, France. 
Jean White, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 
Carl Bronson, Chicago. 

Chas. Shackford, Boston. 



Breitkopf & Hartel, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Philadelphia. 



John Church co., 

Cincinnati. 



Ohio. 



McCollin. [n.i.] (1898, no. 5319. Eec'd Jan. 13, 
1898.) 70 

For the sake of somebody. Eobert Burns. Music by j J. H. Schroeder, 

Conrad Kind. op. 14, no. 2. New York, J. H. Schroe- New York, 

der. (Eec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 71 j 

Four-leaf clover. Words by Ella Higginsou. Music 
by Lino Mattioli. High Voice. Cincinnati, John 
Church co. (1898, no. 5562. Eec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 72 

Gavotte. Fur clavier, von Knut Billberg. Contained 
in Dur und Moll. Eine musikalische monatsschrift. 
Heft 4. 2Jahrgang. Leipzig, A. H. Payne. (1898, 
no. 5021. Eec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 73 

Gavotte. "Forget me not." (Giese.) Arranged by j Jean White, Boston. 

Le Barge-Foster for 2 mandolins and guitar. Bos- 
ton, Jean White. (1898, no. 98. Eec'd Jan. 10. 1898.) 

74 

Gavotte. "Shower of Eoses." Mandolin, guitar, and Do. 

piano. Le Barge. Boston, Jean White. (1898, no. 
2496. Eec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 75 



A. H. Payne, 

Liepzig, Germany. 



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Gems of Scotland. Waltzes. For piano by Harry 
Prendiville. Boston, Jean White. (1898, no. 2475. 
Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 76 

"Gerophinen." March. By J. Schoeppe. [For brass 
band.] Boston, Jean White. (1898, no. 82. Rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 77 

Geiibtes herz. Experienced heart, heft 1, no. 1. Zwolf 
gedichte. Twelve poems. (Gottfried Keller.) Fur 
eine singstimme mit klavierbegleitung. Com- 
ponirt von Felin AYeingartner. op. 22. Leipzig, 
Breitkopf & Hartel. (1898, no. 5243. Eec'd Jan. 13, 
1898.) 78 

Gipsy song. Words by Harry B. Smith. Music by 
Reginald de Koven. New York, T. B. Harnes & co. 
(1898, no. 5867. Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898. ) 79 

Girl (The) from Paris. Polka for pianoforte, by Lon 
Dinsmore. Boston, Jean White. (1898, no. 2477. 
Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 80 

[For orchestra and piano.] Boston, Jean White. 

(1898,no.248l. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 8L 

Gloria in excelsis Deo. no. 2. Drei tondichtungen 
frir orgel, von Philipp Wolfram, op. 30. Leipzig, 
Breitkopf & Hartel. ( 1898, no. 5244. Rec'd Jan. 13, 

1898.) 82 

Gliickselige fahrt. Lieder und gesiinge von Anton 
August Naaff. Fur miinnerchor in musik gesetzt 
von Martin Pliiddemann. 2. Yon stiller iusel. no 6. 
Leipzig, C. F. \V. Siegl's musikalien-handhmg. (R. 
Linnemann.) (1898, no. 5038. Rec'd Jan. 12, 1808.) 83 

Goelands. Chanson bretonne. Paroles de Ch. Esquier. 
Musique de H. Bomberg. no. 1. Mezzo-soprano ou 
baryton en fa mineur. Paris, Louis Gregh. (1898, 
no. 5016. Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 84 

Going home to mother. Words and music by Elise 
Peeler Floridine. Boston, Jean White. (1898, no. 
2470. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 85 

Golden nuggets. Grand medley overture for military 
band. By C. L. Barnhouse. Oskaloosa, Iowa, C. L. 
Barnhouse. (1898, no. 3988. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 86 

Good-night, but not good-bye. Words by Arthur J. 
Lamb. Music by Anita Owen. Chicago, Wabash 
music co. (1898, no. 4285. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 87 

Good night, good night, beloved. (Serenade.) Song 
for tenor or mezzo-soprano. Words by H. W. Long- 
fellow. Music by Louis Schehlmann. Lynchburg, 



Ya., Moose bros. & co. (1898, no. 5318. 
1898. ) 



Rec'd Jan. 13, 
88 



Grandfather's story. Words and music by Edwin G. 
Anderson. Chicago, Temple music co. (1898, no 
3831. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 89 

Grenadier (The) march. Rockwell. [For military 
band.] Bryan, Ohio, F. A. Tubbs. (73393. Rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 90 

Gretna Green. (Song.) Words by Harry B. Smith. 
Music by Reginald De Koven. New York, T. B. 
Harms & co. (1898, no. 5870. Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 91 



Jean White, 



Do. 



Boston. 



Breitkopf & Hartel, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



T. B. Harnes & co., 

New York. 

Jean White, Boston. 



Do. 

Breitkopf & Hartel, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



C. F. W. SiegePs musika- 
lien-handlung (R. Linne- 
mann), 

Leipzig, Germany. 

Louis Gregh, Paris, France. 



Jean White, Boston. 



C. L. Barnhouse, 

Oskaloosa, Iowa. 

Anita Owen, Chicago. 



Louis Schehlmann, 

Lynchburg, Ya. 



Temple music co., 

Chicago. 

F. A. Tubbs, Bryan, Ohio. 



T. B. Harms & co. 



New York. 



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Gridiron (The) march. Two-step. By Arthur Pry or. 
[For orchestra.] St. Joseph, Mo., Brokaw music pnb. 
co. (1898, no. 5645. Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 92 

Guitar song in G. Arranged by IB. F. Judson. 
Washington, D.C., John F.Ellis & co. (1898, no. 
5519. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 93 

Half-hour studies. Halbstiindige studien. For piano. 
By Wilson G. Smith, op. 71. [Edition Rohlfing, 
no. 30.] Milwaukee, Rohltiug sons music co. (1898, 
no. 5138. Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 94 

Hand in hand. Polka mazurka. For piano. By Jo- 
hannes Abloescher. Boston, Jean White. (1898, 
no. 2509. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898. ) 95 

Heart of gold. Words and music bv Elise Peeler 
Floridini. Boston. Jean White. (18: 8, no. 2408. 
Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 96 

Heirnweh (Longing). Fantasie. By A. Jungmann. 
Arranged by Win. Popp. op. 230, no. 9. For flute 
and piano. Boston, Jean White. (1898, no. 87. 
Rec'd Jan. 10. 1898.) 97 

Herbst. (Autumn.) Aus lieder eines fahrenden 
gesellen, von Rudolf Banmbach. English version 
by Frederick W. Bancroft. Componirt von Arthur 
Foote. op. 39, no. 3. Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. 
(1898, no. 4979. Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 98 

He's goiu' to hab a hot time bye an' bye. Words by 
Harry S. Miller. Music by E. T. Paull. New York, 
E. T. Paull music co. (1898, no. 5651. Rec'd Jan. 
15, 1898.) 99 

Highwayman (The). (Song.) Words by Harry B. 
Smith. Music by Reginald I)e Koven. New York, 
T. B. Harms & co. (1898, no. 5866. Rec'd Jan. 14, 
1898.) 100 

Hits of the day. Medley quadrille. By H. Prendiville. 
[For orchestra.] Boston, Jean White. .(Rec'd Jan. 
10,1898.) 101 

Hosea Pardridge, or "You can't cut ice with me." 
Words by H. Sar. Music by L. Briiininger Ellis. 1st 
application. Stevens Point, Wis., Mrs. L. IB. E. 
Wadleigh. (62128. See 1898, no. 4906. Rec'd Jan. 
11, 1898. 102 

How can I leave thee. Arthur J. Lamb. Anita Owen. 
Chicago, Wabash music co. (1898, no. 4284. Rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 103 

Huzza. A battle song. no. 1 in B flat. Words by 
Barry Cornwall. Music by Arthur Fagge. New 
York, Boosey & co. (1898, no. 5787. Rec'd Jan. 

104 



Chas. O. Brokaw, 

St. Joseph, Mo. 

John F.Ellis & co., 

Washington, D. C. 

Rohlfing sous music co., 

Milwaukee, Wis. 



Jean White, 



Do. 



15,1898.) 

no. 2 in C. Words by Barry Cornwall. Music 

by Arthur Fagge. New York, Boosey & co. (1898, 

no. 5788. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 105 

I don't like no cheap man. Arranged by W. H. Tyers. 

Words and music by Williams and Walker, [n. i.] 

(67525. Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 106 

13973_y l. 14, No. 2 3 



Boston. 



Do. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, 



Boston. 



E. T. Paull. New York. 



T. B. Harms & co., 

New York. 



Jean White, Boston. 



Stevens Point, Wis. 



Anita Owen, Chicago. 



Enoch & sons, 

London, England. 



Do. 



Jos. W. Stern & co., 

New York. 



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I keep popping in and having 'em. Written and com- 
posed by Murray and Leigh. London, Howard & 
co. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 107 

I love a maid. Song with waltz refrain by E. M. 
Stults. Guitar solo. Arranged by B. F. Judson. 
Washington, D. C, John F. Ellis <fc co. (1898, no. 
5550. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 108 



Howard *fc co., 

London, England, 

Do. 



Do. 



Two mandolins and guitar. Arranged by B. F. 

Judson. Washiugton, D. C, John F. Ellis & co. 
(1898, no. 5551. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 109 

I want to be a dancer. (Duettino.) Words by Hugh T. B. Harms &. co., 
Morton. Music by Gustave Kerker. [n. i.] (1898, New York, 

no. 5653. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 110 

I watch 'neath thy lattice. Words and music by Hast- Percy Ashdown, New York, 
ings Weblyn. New York, Percy Ashdown. Rec'd 
Jan. 14, 1898.) Ill 

I wonder if we'll meet again. Words and music by Falmouth pub. co., Boston. 
James R. Homer. Boston, Falmouth pub. co. (1898, 
no. 4271 . Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898. ) 112 



Fd rather be poor with you. Song. Words by Roy 
Farrell Greene. Music by G. O. Lang. Kansas City, 
Mo., Legg bros. (1898/ no. 5552. Rec'd Jan. 13, 

1898.) 113 

Idol's (The) eye. Comic opera in 3 acts. Libretto 
by Harry B. Smith. Music by Victor Herbert. Gems 
for pianoforte. Arranged by Alexander Rihm. New 
York, Edward Schuberth. (1898, no. 5324. Rec'd 
Jan. 13, 1898.) 114 

Lancers. Victor Herbert. Arranged by Otto 

Langey. Full orchestra and piano. New" York, 



Legg bros., 



Edward Schuberth & co. (1898, no. 1904. 



Rec'd 
115 



Jamil, 1898.) 

Idyl. For the pianoforte, by Arthur Foote. op. 34, no. 
4. [Bagatelles.] Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. (1S98, 
no. 5211. Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 116 

"If." Song. no. 1 in F. The words .by Harriett 
Stockall. The music by F. Paolo Tosti. "New York, 
Boosey & co. (1898, no. 4876. Rec'd Jan. 11, 
1898.) 117 

no. 2 in A flat. The words by Harriett Stockall. 

The music by F. Paolo Tosti. New York, Boosey & 
co. (1898, no. 4877. Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 118 

no. 3 in B flat. The words by Harriett Stockall. 

The music by F. Paolo Tosti. New York, Boosev & 
co. (1898, no. 4878. Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) "ll9 

If only you get the right girl. Words and music by 
Wm. H. Plass. Detroit, Mich., Detroit music co. 
(1898, no. 5316. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898. ) 120 

If you love me, leave me. Words and music b v Monroe 
H. Rosenfeld. New York, Jos. W. Stern & co. (Rec'd 
Jan. 15, 1898.) 121 

IT1 surprise the old folks. By Arthur F. Williams. 
H ocal.] Bradford, Pa., Williams ifcMevers. (1898, 
no. 4839. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 122 

Imogen waltzes. By H. O. Wheeler. [For piano.] 
St. Joseph, Brokaw music pub. co. (1898, no. 5852. 
Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 123 



Kansas City, Mo. 



Edward Schuberth & co., 
New Y^ork. 



Do. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



Enoch & sons, 

London, England. 



Do. 



Do. 



Detroit music co., 

Detroit, Mich. 

Jos. W. Stern & co., 

New York. 



Arthur F. Williams, 

Bradford, Pa. 

C. O. Brokaw, 

St. Joseph. Mo. 



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In the ring. Galop. Bennett. Arranged by J. A. Le 
Barge tor 2 mandolins and guitar. Boston, Jean 
White. (1898.iio.2t98. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898. 124 

Indian summer. Waltz for pianoforte. Bv Lon Dins- 
more. Boston. Jean White. U8£8, no. 2476. Kec'd 

125 



Jean 



White. 
126 



Jan. 10, 1898.) 

[Orchestra and piano.] Boston 

(1898, no. 2480. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

Lnniges verstiindnis. (OttoHausmaun.) Fur manner 
chor. Componirt von Anton Weber. 
[Drei leider.] Leipzig, Rob. Forberg 
5033. Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 



op. 22, no. 3. 

(1898, no. 

127 



Introduction to " Semiramide." Violin quartet. Piano 
accompaniment. Arranged by A. F. Harris. Ros- 
sini. Boston, Jean White, \l898, no. 80. Rec'd 



Jan. 10, 1898.) 



Poppen. [Anthem.] 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 



[n.i.] (1898, no. 1843. 



Klondike (De) coon. Words by 
by Wylie Barhani. Chicago, 
(72489* Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 



Ollie White. Music 

Windsor music co. 

139 



Jean White, Boston. 



Do. 



Do. 

Rob. Forberg, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Jean White, 



128 



It is Christ that died. Anthem for Easter. Rom. viii 
and Cor. xv. Composed bv Cvril Bowdler. London, 
Weeks & co. (1898, no. 4872. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 129 

It is good to give thanks. (Bonuni est.) Emanuel 



Rec'd 
130 



It is na, Jean, thy bonny face. Robert Burns. Music 
bv Conrad Kind. op. 14, no. 3. New York, J. H. 
Schroeder. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 131 

It's hard to lose the girl you love. Words by Raymond 
A. Browne. Music by Theodore S. Morse. Chicago, 
Windsor music co. (68826. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 132 

Jester (The). Polka. By A. Mueller. [For orchestra.] 
Boston, Jean White. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 133 

Jesus, lover of my soul. Sacred song. For soprano 
or tenor solo. Bv E. L. Ashford. Dayton, Ohio, 
Lorenz &co. (72469. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 134 

Just as I am. Sacred song for contralto or baritone 
solo. Bv E. L. Ashford. Dayton, Ohio, Lorenz & 
co. (72470. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 135 

Kaisers (Des) reitersleut. (Anton Aug. Naaff.) Fiir 
vierstimmigen rnannerchor. Componirt von Edwin 
Schultz. op. 207, no. 3. [Drei lieder.] Berlin, Ed. 
Bote & G. Bock. (1898, no. 5029. Rec'd Jan. 12, 
1898.) 136 

Kirke und vorspiel Polyphemos. no. 1. Die Odys- 
see. Mnsik tragodie in viertheilen. August Bun- 
gert. Leipzig, C. F. Leede. (1898, no. 5031. Rec'd 
Jan. 12. 1898.) 137 

Kitty O'Brien. (Song.) Words by Harry B. Smith. 
Music bv Regiuald De Koven. New York, T. B. 
Harms & co. (1898, no. 5869. Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 

138 



Konigskinder. Einmarchen in drei akten. By Ernst 
Rosmer. Musik von Engelbert Huniperdinck. Vor- 
spiel vierhandig. [Overture for piano, 4 hands.] 
Leipzig, Max Brockhaus. (1898, no. 4167. Rec'd 
Jan. 11, 1898.) 140 



Boston. 



C. Bowdler, 

Camberley, England. 



Chicago. 



A. Beirlv, 



J. H. Schroeder, 

New York. 

Windsor music co., 

Chicago. 

Jean White, Boston. 

Lorenz & co., 

Dayton, Ohio. 

E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, Ohio. 



Ed. Bote & G. Bock, 

Berlin, Germany. 



August Bungert, 

Berlin, Germany. 



T. B. Harms & co., 

New York. 



Barham & White, Chicago. 



Mas Brockhaus, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



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Kyrie eleison, Christe eleison, Kyrie eleison. no. 3. 
Drei tondichtungen fur orgel, von Philipp Wol- 
fram, op. 30. Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hartel. (1898, 
no. 5245. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 141 

Lady of the lake. March. By Floyd J. St. Clair. 
op. 24. [For orchestra and piano.] Boston, Jean 
White. (1898, no. 2487. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 142 

Last (The) man. Galop. By E. Christie. [For or- 
chestra and piano.] Boston, Jean White. (1898, 
no. 2479. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 143 

Legende. Fur pianoforte, von Adolf Schuppan. op. 
19. Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hartel. (1898, no. 5250. 
Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 144 

Legende slave und polonaise brillante. Fur piano- 
forte. Componirt von Graham P. Moore, no. 1. 
Legende slave. Dieselbe fiir violine und pianoforte. 
Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hartel. (1898, no. 5248. Rec'd 
Jan. 13, 1898.) 145 

Leontina mazurka. Arranged by A. Luigi. For 2 
mandolins aud guitar. Boston, Jean White. (1898, 
no. 92. Rec'd J an. 10, 1898. ) 146 

Let all our brethren join in one. Hymn for harvest 
thanksgiving. Words by A. C. Ainger. Music by 
Joseph Barnby. London and Now York, Novello, 
Ewer & Co. (1898, no. 4168. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

147 

Lettie's waltz. By Benjamin H. Oxley. [For piano.] 
Pawtucket, R. I., Ben. H. Oxley. (1898, no. 5643. 
Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 148 

Liebe und rosen. (Gedicht von Otto Hausmann.) 
Fiir miinnerchor. Componirt von Anton W T eber. 
op. 22, no. 1. [Drei lieder.] Leipzig, Rob. Forberg. 
(1898, no. 5032. Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 149 

Lied vom schuft. (Song of the knave.) heft 2, no. 7. 
Zwolfgedichte. (Twelvepoems.) (Gottfried Keller.) 
Fiir eine singstimme mit klavierbegleitung. Com- 
ponirt von Felix Weingartner. op. 22. Leipzig, 
Breitkopf & Hartel. (1898, no. 5242. Rec'd Jan. 13, 
1898.) 150 

Little boy blue. Male quartet. Humorous. By J. H. 
Herbert. Cincinnati, Fillmore bros. (1898, no. 3991. 
Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 151 

Little (The) postillion. Fantasie. ByW. Popp. For 
flute and piano. Boston, Jean White. (1898, no. 88. 
Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 152 

Liza! I'se your man. Words and music by James R. 
Homer. Boston, Falmouth publishing co. (1K98, 
no. 4247. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 153 

Lolita waltz. ByCyrilDare. [Forpiano.] London, 
Robert Cocks & co. (1898, no. 5011. Rec'd Jan. 12, 
1898.) 154 

Lonesome (The) coon. Words by Charles H. Taylor. 
Music by Arthur Desmond. London, Howard & co 
(Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 155 



Copyeight Proprietors. 



Breitkopf & Hartel, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Jean White, 



Do. 



Boston. 



Breitkopf & Hartel, 

Leipzig, Germany. 

Do. 



Jean White, 



Boston. 



Novello, Ewer & co., 

New York. 



Benjamin H. Oxley, 

Pawtucket, R. I. 



Rob. Forberg, 

Lefpzig, Germany. 



Breitkopf & Hartel, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Fillmore bros., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Jean White, Boston. 



Falmouth pub. co., 



Boston. 



Robert Cocks & co., 



Howard & co., 

London, England. 



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Love (The) of my dreams. Ballad for contralto or 
baritone. Words by Lorin Ludlow. Music by 
George Lowell Tracy! Boston, .Jean White. (1898. 
no. 2466. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) ' l'"»6 

Love's constancy. Ballad. Words by Edwin B. 
Russell. Music by Lou Dinsmore. Baritone in E 
flat. Boston, Jean White. (1898, no. 2492. Rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 157 

Love's dialogue. (Zwiegesprach.) Composed for the 
pianoforte by Conrad Kind. op. 16, no. 1. New 
York, J. H. Schroeder. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 158 



Love's dream. Serenade. By E. H. 
[and piano]. Boston, Jean White. 
Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

Love's intoxication. (L'ivresse d'amour.) Waltzes. 
For the piano. Bv C. W. Bennett. Boston, Jean 
White. (1898, no/2515. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 160 

Love's recompense. Melody. For cornet, B flat, and 
piano. By Lou Dinsmore Boston, Jean White. 
(1898, no. 2547. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 



Fry. For guitar 

(1898, no. 2472. 
159 



161 



Lustspiel overture. Bela. Arranged by Le Barge- 
Foster. For two mandolins and guitar. Boston, 
Jean White. (1898, no. 100. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

162 



Maginnis's billv goat. 
Charles W. Barrett 
Barrett, (no. 63781. 



Written and composed by 

Ilanford, Cal., Charles W. 

Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 163 



Major (The) of Simpkin's band. A comic marching- 
song. Bv William J. Banks. Kansas City, Mo.. 
George Southwell. (1898, no. 5647. Rec'd Jan. 15, 

1898.) 164 

Man (The) who struck it rich in Klondike. Arranged 
by Eugene Marier. Words and music by Albanus 
Soderlund. Boston, Albanus Soderlund. (1898, no. 
5137. Rec'd Jan. 12,1898.) - 165 

March of the maroons. For military baud. By J. 
Siebert Taylor. Oskaloosa, Iowa, C. L. Baruhouse. 
(1898, no. 3987. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 166 

Miirzenwiud. (The March wind.) Aus lieder eines 
fahrenden geselleji, von Rudolf Banmbach. Eng- 
lish version by Frederick W. Bancroft. Componirt 
von Arthur Foote. op39.no. 2. Boston. Arthur P 
Schmidt. (1898, no. 4980. ' Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 167 

ft Mein Rosslein, der Friedel." Lieder und gesange von 
Anton August Nautf. Fiir mannerciior in musik 
gesetzt von Martin Pliiddemann. 1. Der sonne zu, 
no. 6. Leipzig, C. F. W. Siegel's musikalien-hand- 
lung. (K.Linn emann.) (1898, no. 5040. Rec'd Jan. 

■ 12,1898.) 168 

Menmon. The poem by Arlo Bates. Song for high 
voice, bv Arthur Foote. Boston. Arthur P. Schmidt. 
(1898, no. 5212. Reed Jan. 12, 1898.) 169 

Memorial hymn. Harriet Loretta Knapp. Rev. E. E. 
Bobbins, [n.i.] (1898. Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 170 



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Kansas City, Mo. 



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Oskaloosa, Iowa. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



C.W. F. Siegel's musikalien- 
handlnng. (R. Linne- 
mann. Leipzig, Germany. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



E. E. Robbins. 

Coldwater, Kans. 



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Titles. 



Merriment. (Festesfreude.) Composed for the piano- 
forte by Conrad Kind. op. 16, no. 4. New York, J. 
H. Schroeder. (Eec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 171 

Mimmi Araltz. Arranged by A. Luigi for mandolin, 
piano, and guitar. Boston, Jean White. (1898, no. 
101. Eec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 172 



— For 2 mandolins 
White. (1898, no. 95. 



and guitar. Boston, Jean 
Eec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 173 



Miss Florence Hamilton. Waltz. Song. Words and 
mnsic by Morris Manley. Kansas City, Mo., J. E. 
Bell. (1898, no. 5553. Eec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 174 

Morn (The) we met. Song for baritone. Words by 
Lovin Ludlow. Music by Geo. Lowell Tracy. 
Boston, Jean White. (1898, no. 2516. Eec'd Jan. 
10,1898.) 175 

My heart is with the dead. Words by Arthur F. 
Williams. Music by Elizabeth McConnell. Brad- 
ford, Pa., Arthur F. Williams. (1898, no. 4838. 
Eec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 176 

My heart will be the same. Song and chorus. Words 
by M. H. Eosenfeld. Music bv C. Bendix. Boston, 
Jean White. (1898, no. 2467. Eec'd Jan. 10, 
) 177 



My sweet little Carrie Brown. 
Samuel Lapin. [n. i.] (1898, 
10, 1898. ) 



Words and music by 

no. 4280. Eec'd Jan. 

178 



Myopia club. March. (Two step.) By James A. 
Battis. For piano. Salem, Mass., William J. Le- 
favour. (1898,no.5860. Eec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 179 

Neapolitan (The). Two step. By Dana Clement. 
[For piano.] Eochester, N. Y., Dana Clement. 
(1898, no. 6411. Eec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 180 

Nina. (Men's voices.) G. B. Pergolese. Arranged by 
Frank J. Smith. Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. (1898, 
no. 5699. Eec'd Jan. 14, 1998.) 18] 

Ninon, ouvre ta porte. Poesie de Paul Eosario. Mu- 
sique de Ferdinand Eaynal. Paris, Enoch & cie. 
(1898, no. 5780. Eec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 182 

Nordica schottische. By H. O. Wheeler. [For or- 
chestra.] St. Joseph/ Mo., C. O. Brokaw. (1898, 
no. 5644. Eec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 183 

Nun (The). Leigh Hunt. Music by Conrad Kind, 
op. 14, no. 1. New York, J. H. Schroeder. (Rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 184 

O Lord, most holy. Ei chard Earle. [Anthem. 1 [n. i.] 
(1898, no. 4842. Eec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 185 

Octoroons. March or two-step. Bv J. W. Johnson. 
[For piano.] Detroit, Mich., Detroit 'music co. 
(1898, no. 5315. Eec'd Jan. 13, 1898. ) 186 

Oh, my Estelle. AYords by Hugh Morton. Music by 
Gustave Kerker. New York, T. B. Harms & co 
(18'J8,no.5864. Eec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) ' 187 

Oh ! to-morrow. Written and composed by Will God- 
win and Norton Atkins. London, Howard & co. 
(Eec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 188 



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Bradford, Pa. 



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Baltimore, Md. 



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Salem, Mass. 



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Eochester, N. Y 



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Boston. 



Paris, France. 

C. O. Brokaw, 

St. Joseph, Mo. 



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A. Beirly, 



New York. 

Chicago. 



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Detroit, Mich. 



T. B. Harms & co. 



New York. 



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London, England. 



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Ob. Willie boy. Words by Hugh Morton. Music by 
Gustavo Kerker. New York, T. B. Harms & co. 
(1898, no. 5863. Rec'd Jan. II, 1898.) 189 

Old (Tbe) days. Words by Hugh Morton. Music by 
Gustave Kerker. New York, T. B. Harms & co. (1898. 
no. 5862. Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 190 

Old (Tbe) German love song. William Luton Wood. 
[Vocal.] Rochester, N. Y. f Gibbons & Stone, (1898, 
no. 4281. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 191 

On easy street. March. By J. H. Woods, op. 113. 
[For band.] Boston, Jean White. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 
1898.) 192 

Only a convict's child; or, the pastor's secret. Words 
and music bA T Wm. H. Plass. Detroit, Mich., Detroit 
music co. (1898, no. 5317. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 193 

Only a mover's wagon. Arranged by D. S. De Lisle. 
Words and music by H. T. Pace. St. Louis, Mo., 
Shattinger piano and music co. (1898, no. 1841. 
Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 194 

Only you. Song for medium voice. Words by William 
H.Gardner. Music by Robert Coverly. Boston, 
White-Smith music pub. co. (1898. no. 5701. Rec'd 
Jan. 14, 1898.) 195 

Our language as it's spoken. Words by Geo. W. Day. 
Music by F. W. Isenbarth. New York, Brooks & 
Denton co. (1898, no. 8595. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 196 

Over the hills and far away. Male quartet. Humor- 
ous. Bv J. B. Herbert. Cincinnati, Fillmore bros. 
(1898,no.3993. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 197 

Papa's lullaby. Words and music by Avery H. Hass- 
ler. Indianapolis, Ind., Wulschner & son. (1898. 
no. 4279. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 198 

Pedrillo. Spanish dance. Purdy. Arranged by J. A. - 
Le Barge for 2 mandolins and guitar. Boston, Jean 
White. (1898, no. 2497. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 199 



T. B. Harms cV. co. 



Pillsburv march. D. A. Yittum. 
Jean White. (1898, no. 2539. 



[For band.] Boston; 

Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898. ) 

200 

Polacca ''Picaroon." Piccolo solo. By T. Green. 
Arranged by Paul Lange. Boston, Jean White. 
(1898,no.90/ Rec'd Jan. 10,1898.) 201 

Polka des Fetards surles motifs de l'operette de A'ictor 
Roger. Par Fug. Domergue. Pour niano. Paris, 
Heugel & cie. (1898. no. 5015. Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 

202 

Polonaise. By AY. 
ton. Jean White. 



New York. 



T. B. Harms & co. 



New York. 



Wm. H. Rieger, New York. 



Jean Y\ nite, Boston. 



Detroit music co., 

Detroit, Mich. 

Shattinger piano and music 
co., St. Louis, Mo. 



White-Smith music pub. co. 
Boston. 



Denton & Seixas. 

New York. 

Fillmore bros., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Wulsckner & son, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



Jean White, 



Do. 



Boston. 



Do. 



Heuo-el & cie. 



Popp. For ilute and piano. Bos- Jean White, 
(1898,no.l03. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) [ 

203 



Paris, France. 



Boston. 



Poureveiller colombiue. Aubade-pizzicati. Pour in- 
struments a cordes par Paul Steck. op. 12. Parti- 
tition et parties. Nice, Paul Decourcelle. (1898, 
no. 5019. Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 204 

Praeludium. Fur das pianoforte, von Nicolai von 
Wilne. op. 160, no. 1. [Suite no. 2. D moll.] Leip- 
zig, J. Rieter-Biedermann (1898, no. 5022. Rec'd 
Jan. 12. 1898.) 205 



Paul Decourcelle, 

Nice, France. 



J. Rieter-Biedermann, 

Leipzig, Germany 



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Titles. 



18tf8.) 

Bom an ce 
Popp. 
White. 

Ros'lein, 



1898.) 

" Rugby" (The) march 
[For piano.] [n. i.] 
10, 1898.) 

Sailing ou the sound. Schottische. 
forte. By Edwin Christie. Boston 
(1898, no. 2511. Rec'clJan. 10, 1898.) 



220 

and two-step. Ben Eimian. 

(1898, no. 4278. Rec'd Jan. 

221 



For the piano- 

, Jean White. 

222 



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Premier (The) method for bassoon. From the works 
of celebrated writers. Compiled by Carl Weber. 
[Music book.] Philadelphia, J. \V. Pepper. (Rec'd 
Jan. 11, 1898.) 206 

Presents (Les). Poesie de Charles Fuster. Musique 
de C. Chaminade. no. 2 en mi flat, pour baryton ou 
mezzo-soprano. Paris, Enoch & cie. (1898, no. 
5781. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 207 

Psyche. Symphonische dichtung. Deutsche bear- 
beitung von Fried. Fremerv. Cesar Franck. Paris, 
O. Borneman. (1898, no. 5017. Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 

208 

Put-in-bay waltz. Composed by William Chester 
Mannfeld. [For piano.] Indianapolis, Tnd., Mann- 
feld publishing co. (69105. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 209 

Queen Marion waltzes. C.W.Bennett. Arranged by 
Le Barge for 2 mandolins and guitar. Boston, Jean 
White. (1898, no. 2501. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 210 

Quick as lightning. Galop. C. Milloecker. Ar- 
ranged by Ed. Beyer. [For orchestra.] Boston, 
Jean White. (1898," no. 81. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 211 

"Red (The) cross' 7 march. By Theo. Bendix. [For 
band.] Boston, Jean White, (1898, no. 2511. Rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 212 

[For orchestra and piano.] Boston, Jean White. 

(1898, no. 2490. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 213 

Remembered. Song and chorus. Subject from Bonar. 
Written and composed by P. P. Bliss. Cleveland, 
S. Brainard's sons. (1898, no. 4823. Rec'd Dec. 31, 
1897.) 214 

Request (The). Serenade. For guitar. By Amelia 
Luigi. Boston, Jean White. (1898, no. 2505. Rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1898.) . 215 

Rest, sweet loved one. Words from the German by 
Samuel N. Pond. Music bv Dwight Walter Bissell. 
New York, Luckhardt & fielder. (1898, no. 4282. 
Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 216 

Reverie. By George fiarker. Forguitar. Boston, Jean 
White. (1898, no. 2507. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898. ) 217 

Rimembranza. Pianosenl. ParC. Chaminade. Paris, 
Enoch & cie. (1898, no. 5783. Rec'd Jan. 15, 

218 

"Larose." (Spohr.) Transcription by W. 

op. 228. For flute and piano. Boston," Jean 

(1898, no. 86. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 



219 

. wann bluh'st du auf? (Jul. Wolff.) Fur 
vierstimmigen mannerchor componirt von Edwin 
Schultz. op. 207, no. 2. [Dreilieder.] Berlin, Ed. 
Bote and G. Bock. (1898, no. 5030. Rec'd Jan. 12, 



T. M. Baker, Philadelphia. 



Enoch & cie., 



Paris, France. 



O. Borneman, 



Paris, France. 

W. C. Mannfeld, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Jean White, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Heirs of P. P. Bliss. 

Jean White, Boston. 



Wm. H. Rieger and D. W. 
Bissell, New York. 



Jean White, Boston. 

Enoch & cie, 

Paris, France. 

Jean White, Boston. 



Ed. Bote and G. Bock, 

Berlin, Germanv 



Ben. R, Eaman, 

Detroit, Mich. 



Jean White, 



Boston. 



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"Satellite." March. For orchestra and piano. By 
Ed. Strauss. Boston, Jean White. (1898, no. 2488. 
Eec'dJan. 10, 1898.) 223 

Savior (The) is waiting in paradise. Sacred part song, 
with accompaniment for violin, harp, and organ, or 
organ only. By C. A. Havens, op. 181. Cincinnati. 
John Church co. (1898, no. 5561. Eec'd Jan. 13, 

1898.) 224 

Scheilied (altes gedieht). Fur vierstimmigen manner- 
chor. Coinponirt von Edwin Schultz. op. 207. no. 1 
[Dreilieder.] Berlin, Ed. Bote & G. Bock. (1898, 
no. 5028. Eec'd Jan. 12, 1898. ) 225 

Second nocturne. By F. Behr. op. 183. no. 2. For 

(1898, 
226 

Selection from the opera " Faust/' By Ch. Gounod. 
Arranged by Ed. Beyer. For violin, cello, and 
piano. Boston, Jean White. (1898, no. 105. Eec'd 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 227 



Jean White. 



Boston. 



John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Ed. 



Bote and G. Bock, 

Berlin, Germany. 



nocturne. By F. Behr. op. 183, no. 2. 
flute, violin, and piano. Boston, Jean White, 
no. 104. Eec'd Jan. 10. 1898.) 



Jean White. 



Do. 



Boston. 



— For violin, viola, and piano. 
(Eec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 



Boston, 



feau White. 
228 



Selection from the opera "La Traviata.*' Verdi. 
Arranged by Ed. Beyer. For violin, cello, and piano. 
Boston, Jean White. (1898, no. 77. Eec'd Jan. 10, 
1898. ' 229 

For violin, viola, and piano. Boston, Jean White. 

(1898, no. 79. ' Eec'd .Ian. 10, 1898.) 230 

Serenade. For violin and piano. Bv W. D. Arm- 
strong. Boston, Jean White. (1898. no. 2502. Eec'd 
Jan. 10,1898.) 231 



Donizetti. Transcribed by 
For 2 mandolins and guitar. 
(1898, no. 96. Eec'd Jan. 10, 
231 



Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 



23'2 



Sextette from '-'Lucia.' 
Chas. J. Dorn. op. 37 

Boston, Jean White. 
1898.) 

Shadows (The) on the wall. Words selected. Music 
bv Albert A. Stoll. St. Louis, Mo.. Jos. Elacht & 
sons. (1898, no. 5649. Eec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 233 

She's the only girl for me. Words and music by Jas. 
E. Homer. Boston, Falmouth pub. co. (1898, no. 
4269. Eec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 234 

Shower of pearls. Mazurka. For band. By Edwin Jean White, 
Christie. Boston, Jean White. (1898, no. 2517. 
Eec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 235 

Silver (The) lining. Song. no. 1 in A flat. The 
words by E. H. Elkin. The music bv F. Paolo 
Tosti. New York, Boose v & co. (1898, no. 4873. 
Eec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 236 

■ no. 2 in B flat. The words by E. H. Elkin. The 

■ music by F. Paolo Tosti. New York, Boosey & co, 
(1898, no. 4874. Eec'd Jan. 11. 1898.) 237 

no. 3 in C. The words by E. H. Elkin. The mu- 
sic bv F. Paolo Tosti. New York, Boosey & co. 
(1898, no. 4875. Eec'd Jan. 11, 1898. ) 238 

Since you spurned my gold. Words by George A. 
Norton. Music by Mouroe H. Eosenfeld. New 
York. Jos. W. Stern & co. (Eec'd Jan. 15, 1898. ) 239 



Albert A. Stoll, 

United States. 

Falmouth pub. co., Boston. 



Boston. 



Enoch & sons, 

London. England. 



Do. 



Do. 



Jos. W. Stern & co., 

New York. 



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Copyright Proprietors. 



Edward Schuberth & co., 

New York. 



Boston. 



Six preludes and fuges. For tbe organ. By H. W. 
Nicholl. op. 30, no. 1, G minor (single fugue). New 
York, Edward Schukertk & co. (72324. Rec'd Jan. 
10,1898.) 210 

Skipping rope dance. By Edwin Ckristie. [For 
orckestra and piano.] Boston, Jean White. (1898, 
no. 2486. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 211 

For tke pianoforte. By Edwin Ckristie. Boston, 

Jean White. (1898, no. 2510. Rec'd Jan. 10,1898.) 242 

Skirt dance. By Chas. D. Blake, for piano. Boston, 
JeanWkite. (1898, no. 2512. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

243 

Skirt dance, "Marguerita." E. St. Quentin. Arranged 
by Paul Lange, for [orckestra]. Boston, Jean White. 
(1898, no. 83. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 244 

Snow (Tbe) baby. Song from tke bride-elect. Writ- Jokn Church co., 
ten and composed by John Philip Sousa. Cinciu- Cincinnati, Ohio, 

nati, John Ckurck co. (1898, no. 5586. Rec'd Jan. 
13, 1898.) 245 

Solfege manuscrit a cbangements de clefs. 25 lecons. A. Noel, Paris, France. 

5eme volume. Par Paul Rougnon. Paris, A. Noel. 
(1898, no. 5018. Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 216 

Sounds from Africa. By T. E. Glynn. Arranged by Jean White, Boston. 

E. Beyer. [For orckestra and piano.] Boston, 
Jean Wkite. (1898, no. 2478. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

217 



Jean Wkite, 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 



Star pointer. Galop. For military band. By D. W. 
Piatt. Oskaloosa, Iowa, C. L. Barnkouse. (1898, 
no. 3986. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 248 



C. L. Barnkouse, 

Oskaloosa, Iowa. 



"Stolen hearts." Waltzes. A. Czibulka. Arranged by Jeau White, Boston. 

Le Barge. For 2 mandolins and guitar. Boston, 
Jean White. (1898, no. 91. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 249 

Svengali waltzes. By J. H. Woods, op. 77. [For Do. 

orchestra and piano.] Boston, Jean Wkite. (1898, 
no. 2181. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.; 250 

Sweet little Katie Clare. Medley waltz. By Paul Do. 

Lange. [For orckestra and piano.] Boston, Jean 
Wkite. (1898, no. 2191. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 251 

Sweetest (Tke) of all. Song. Words and music by Do. 

Lyle C. True. Boston, Jean Wbite. (1898, no. 2469\ 
Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 252 

Swiss mazurka. Tyrolienne. By George Barker, i Do. 

Guitar [and piano] . Boston, Jean Wkite. ( 1898, no. 
2473. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 253 

Tammany (Tke) society. Polka caprice. Composed J. N. Pattison, New York. 

by J. IS. Pattison. op. 100. [For piano.] New 
- York, J. N. Pattison. (1898, no. 5646. Rec'd Jan. 

14,1898.) 254 



Teddie. Words by F. Ebert. Music bv Cecil Lean. 
Detroit, Mick., Detroit music co. (1*898, no. 5314. 
Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 255 

Teddy's letter. Words and music by Frank Gaylord. 
Boston, Jean Wkite. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 256 

Tell motker I will return. Words and music by Jas. 
R. Homer. Boston, Falmouth pub. co. (1898, no 
4270. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 257 



Detroit music co., 

Detroit, Mich, 

Jean White, Boston. 

Falmouth pub. co., Boston. 






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W. J. Le 



vour, 

Salem, Mass. 



John Church to., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Enoch & cie., 

Paris, France. 

John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Do. 



That sweet face at the door. Words and music bv 
E. W. Cole. Key of A flat. Salem. Mass.. W. J. Le- 
iavour. (1898, iio. 5861. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 258 

Their idol. Words by Mrs. George Archibald. Music 
bv Lino Mattioli. Cincinnati. John Church co. 
(1898, no. 5563. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 259 

Theme varie. Par C. Chaminade. op. 89. Piano seul. 
Paris, Enoch & cie. (1898. no. 5784. Rec'd Jan. 15, 
1898.) 260 

There is rest for you. Sacred part song. By C. A. 
Havens, op. 158. Cincinnati, John Church co. 
(1898,no.5560. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 261 

There's sunshine after rain. Song and chorus. Words 
by W. Booth. Music by James R. Murray. Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, John Church co. (1898, no. 5654. Rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 262 

Third brigade band march. By M. A. Althouse. f For 
brass and reed band.] Reading, Pa., J. S. Althouse 
& co. (1898, no. 4847. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 263 

Thou lov'st not me. Song for medium voice. Words White Smith music pub. 
by Beatrice L. Colburn. Music by Robert Coverley. co. Boston. 

Boston, White-Smith music pub. co. (1898, no. 
5696. Rec'd Jan. 14, 1838.) 264 

Three children sliding on the ice; or, Keep the kids Fillmore bros., 

at home. Male quartet. Humorous. Bv J. B. Her- Cincinnati, Ohio, 

bert. Cincinnati, Fillmore bros. (1898, no. 3990. 
Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 265 

Three Ouvertiiren. (Suiten.) Fiir orchester, von Job. Breitkopf & Hlirtel, 

Seb.Bacb. Fiir pianoforte iibertragen, von Giuseppe Leipzig, Germany. 

Martucci. no. 3. D dur. Leipzig, Breitkopf &, 
Hiirtel. (1898,110.5241. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 266 



J. S. Althouse, 



Reading:, Pa. 



C. F. W. Siegel's musik- 
alien-handlung. (R. Lin- 
nemann.) 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Tote (Das) herz. Lieder und geslinge, von Anton 
August Naaff. Fiir mannerchor in musik gesetzt, 
von Martin Pliiddeniann. 2. A^on stiller insel, no. 5. 
Leipzig, C. F.W. Siegel's niusikalien-handlung. (R. 
Linnemann.) (1898, no. 5036. Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 

267 ! 

Triftiger gruud. (A good excuse.) Aus lieder eines Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, 
fahrendeu gesellen. Von Rudolf Baumbach. Eng- 
glish version by Frederick W. Bancroft. Componirt 
von Arthur Foote. op. 39, no. 4. Boston, Arthur P. 
Schmidt. (1898, no. 4978. Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 268 



Trilbv's dream. Romance. For guitar. Bv Amelia 
Luigi. Boston, Jean White. (1898, no. 2504. 
Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 269 

Trio. C major. By J. Pugh. Arranged by Maurice 
Jacobi for 2 mandolins and guitar. Boston, Jean 
White. (1898, no. 91. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 270 

Trip (A) to coon town. Words by Bob Cole and Billy 
Johnson. Music by Bert Williams. New York, 
Howlev, Havilaud & co. (1898, no. 5217. Rec'd 
Jan. 11, 1898.) 271 

True heart of mine. Ballad. Words by Thesera Chuett. 
Music by Robt. W. Edwards. St. Louis, Mo., Shat- 
tinger piano and music co. (1898, no. 4845. Rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1898. 272 



Jean White, 



Do. 



Boston. 



Howie 1 



Haviland & co. 

New York. 



Shattinger piano and music 
co., St. Louis, Mo. 



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True love land. Song for soprano or tenor. Words 
by Templar Saxe. Music by Guv d'Hardelot. New 
York, G. Scliirmer. (1898, no. 8501. Ree'd Jan. 14, 

1898.) 273 

Turkish march. (Mozart.) Arranged by Le Barge- Jean White, 
Foster for 2 mandolins and guitar. Boston, Jean 
White. (1898, no. 97. Ree'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 274 

Turner's (The) march. Two-step. By H. O. Klein. H. O. Klein, 



G. Schiriner, New York 



Boston. 



[For piano.] La Crosse. Wis., H.O.Klein. (Ree'd 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 275 

'Twas only a human heart that broke. Waltz, song 
and chorus. Words and music by Le Grande J. 
Harmon. Auburn, N. Y., Globe music co. (Ree'd 
Jan. 11, 1898.) 276 

Uncle Jasper's ball. Words and music by Sam W. 
Cousins. New York, M. Whitmark & sons. (Ree'd 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 277 

Uncle Jasper's march. Two-step. By Paul Lange. 
[For band.] Boston, Jean White. (1898, no. 2542. 
Ree'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 278 

[For orchestra and piano.] Boston. Jean White. 

(1898, no. 2482. Ree'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 279 

Under the old apple tree. Words by E. P. Jaeckel. 
Music by R. Lewis. Auburn, N. Y., Globe music co. 
(Ree'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 280 

Yalse pen dansante. For the pianoforte by Arthur 
Foote. op. 34. no. 5. [Hagatelles.] Boston, Arthur 
P. Schmidt. (1898, no. 5213. Ree'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 

281 

Vier walzer. (Four waltzes.) Zulhiinden. no. 1. Con 
grazia. Swan Knorr. op. 9. Leipzig, Breitkopf & 
Hartel. (1898, no. 5247. Ree'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 

282 

W. L. S. march. By F. W. Clement. [For band.] 
Boston, Jean White. (1898, no. 2540. Ree'd Jan. 10, 

1898.) 283 

Wandersehnsucht. Lieder und gesiinge von Anton 
August Naatf. Fiir manuerckor in musik gesetzt 
von Martin Pliiddemanu. J. Der sonne zu. no. 5. 
Leipzig, C. F. W. Siegel's musikalien-handlnng, (R. 
Linnemann.) (1898, no. 5035. Ree'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 

284 

Watching for the step upon the stair. Words and 
music by Stephen Massett. New York, Percy Ash- 
down. ( 189 -, no. 3833. Ree'd Jan. 13, 1898.) * 285 

We come to thee. Sacred quartet for male voices. 
Words and music by Ryan Rapp. Riegelsville, Pa., 
Ryan Rapp. (no. 64210. Ree'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 2cSt; 

We will rejoice and be glad. Easter anthem in B tlat. 
ByH. P. Danks. For mixed voices. New York, Geo. 
Molineux. (1898, no. 4977. Ree'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 287 

What shall the harvest be. Son«>; and chorus. Words 
and music by P. P. Bliss. Cincinnati, Ohio, John 
Church co. (1898, no. 5655. Ree'd Jan. 10, 1898. ) 

288 



La Crosse, Wis. 



Le Grande J. Harmon. 



M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 



Jean White, 

Do. 
R. L. Baumlim 

Arthur P. Schmidt, 



Boston. 



Boston. 



Breitkopf & Hartel, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Jean White, 



Boston. 



C. F.W. Siegel's musikalien- 
handlung. (R. Linne- 
mann.) 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Stephen Massett, 

United States. 



Ryan Rapp, 

Riegelsville, Pa, 

Geo. Molineux, 

New York. 

P. P. and G. G. Bliss. 



121 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— CONTINUED. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



What the river said. [By Leo. P. Wheat] . Transcrip- 
tion for pianoforte by F. R. Webb. Washington, 
D. C, John F. Ellis. '(1898, no. 5999. Rec'd Jan. 15, 
1898. 289 

While the lour winds blow. (Sea song.) Words by 
Harry B. Smith. Music by Reginald, de Koven. 
New York, T. B. Harms & co. (1898. no. 5871. Rec'd 
Jan. 14.1898.) 290 

Whisp'ring love. Song bv Walter Goold. Boston, 
Jean White. (1898. no. 2471. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

291 

'•Whittaker'* march. By Phil. S. Rose. op. 81. [For 
orchestra and piano.] Boston, Jean White. (1898, 
no. 2485. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 292 

Without delay. Galop. For orchestra. By Ed. 
Strauss. Boston, Jean White. (1898. no. 85. 'Rec'd 
Jan. 10,1898.) 293 

Ye merry makers' march. By C. AY. Bennet. [For 
orchestra.] Boston. Jean White. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 
1898.) 294 

Zwei herzen voll treue. Lieder und gesange von 
Anton August Naaff. Fiir miinnerchor in musik 
gesetzt von Martin Pliiddemann. 3. Aus'dem dorn- 
busch, no. 5. Leipzig, C. F. W. Siegel's musikalien- 
handlung. (R. Linnemann.) (1898^ no. 5037. Rec'd 
Jan. 12. 1898.) 295 

Zwei weisse Tauben. Lieder und gesange. von Anton 
August Naaff. Fiir miinnerchor in musik gesetzt, 
von Martin Pliiddemann. 3. Aus dem dornbusch, 
no. 6. Leipzig. C. F. W. Siegel's musikalien hand- 
lung. (R. Linnemann.) (1898, no. 5039. Rec'd Jan. 
12, 1898.) .296 



John F. Ellis & co., 

Washington, D. C. 



T. B. Harms & Co., 

New York. 



Jean White. 



Do. 



Boston. 



Do. 



Do. 



C. F. W. Siegel's musikalien- 
handlung. (R. Linne- 
mann.) 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Do. 



V. MAPS AND CHARTS. 

Arranged alphabetically by the subject word of each title. For index of proprietors see end of 

Catalogue.) 



Ashland. Grafton co.. N. H. Dec, 1897. (1898, no. 6008. 
Rec'd Jan. 15. 1898.) 1 

Bristol, Grafton co., N. H. Dec, 1897. ( 1898, no. 6009. 
Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898,) 2 

Chicago and northwestern railway. (Map of). Show- 
ing direct connections and routes to the Klondike 
and Alaska gold fields. (The northwestern line.) 
(1898, no. 3835. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898. ) 3 

Cold Spring and Nelsonville. Putnam co.. N. Y. Dec, 
1897. (1898, no. 3111. Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 4 

Constantine, St. Joseph co.. Mich. Dec, 1897. (1898, 
no. 3995. Rec'd Jan. 15. 1898.) 5 

Denver. Colorado. (5th ed.) Jan. 1. 1898. (1897, no. 
59118. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 6 

Hibbing, St. Louis co.. Minn. Dec. 1897. (1898.no. 
3110. Rec'd Jan. 11. 1898.) 7 



Sanborn-Perris map co., 
ltd., New Y"ork. 



Do. 



Poole bros., 



Chicago, 



Sanborn-Perris map co., 
ltd., New York. 

Do. 



Rollandet blue print co., 

Denver, Colo. 

Sanborn-Perris map co., 
ltd., New York. 



122 

MAPS AND CHARTS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Metropolitan sewerage district (Map of). Showing 
preliminary study of high-level gravity sewer. Bos- 
ton, Aug., 1897. (1897, no. 73814. Rec'd Jan. 11, 

1898.) 8 



Monroe, Orange co.. N. Y. Dec, 1897. (1898, no. 3994 
Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 

New Hampton, Belknap co., N. H. Dec. 1897. 
no. 6016. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 



9 

(1898, 
10 

71023. 
11 



Paterson. (Showing silk mills.) (1897, no 
Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 

Plymouth, Grafton co., N. H. Dec, 1897. (1898. no 
6014. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 



12 

(1898, no. 3105. 
13 



Princeton, Bureau co., 111. Dec, 1897, 
Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 

Redwood countv, Minn. (General map of. ) (1898, no. 

4292. Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 14 

St. Joseph county, Mich. (Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898) .... 15 

Watseka, Iroquois co., 111. Dec. 1897. (1898. no. 

3102. Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 16 



Geo. H. Walker & co., 

Boston. 



Sanhorn-Perris map co. 
ltd., Xew York. 



Do. 



Davison pub. co., 

Xew York 

Sanhorn-Perris rn a p co., 
ltd., Xew York 

Do. 



A. H. Anderson, 

Redwood Falls, Minn 

Chas. O. Harmon, 

Marcellus, Mich 

Sanhorn-Perris map co. 
ltd., Xew York 



VI. ElNTG^RAVINaS, CUTS, AMD PRINTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



April, 1898. (1898, no. 4291. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898) ... 1 

Asheville poster. C. no. 1853. (1898, no. 338. Rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 2 

Bench and bar, Madison. 'Wis. [1897.] (1897, no. 
63110. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 3 

Bench and bar, Winnebago countv, Wis., 1898. (1898, 
no. 323. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 4 

Bird's-eye view of river front showing proposed har- 
bor improvements. (1897, no. 61665. Rec'd Jan. 11, 

1898.) • 5 

Boston (The) terrier. (1898, no. 4853. Rec'd Jan. 7. 
1898.) 6 

Dancing (The) skeleton. (1897, no. 71109. Rec'd Jan. 

10,1898.) 7 

Fashion plate for spring and summer, 1898. Contain- 
ing twenty-one male figures. (1897, no. 71732. Rec'd 
Jan. 15,1898.) 8 

Hairbreadth (A) escape. (1898, no. 6019. Rec'd Jan. 
15,1898.) 9 

Johnny Page's school davs. (1898, no. 5571. Rec'd 
Jan. 13, 1898.) 10 

Judge's puzzle pictures, 9th contest. Series 3. (1898, 
no. 6020. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 11 

Quite willing. (1898, no. 6017. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898). 12 

Uniform fashion plate, showing eleven male figures. 
(1897, no. 71731. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 13 



Shortstory pub. co., 

Boston 

Strobridge litho. co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Herbert Rowe Earle, 

Adrian, Mich 

H. R, Earle, Adrian, Mich 

George Aloyo W T olf, 

Wilmington, Del 

Perley Weeks, 

Haverhill, Mass. 

Myrtle Kingsland, Boston 
Emanuel Loeb, Chicago. 

Judge pub. co., Xew York. 

Outcault *fc Connor, 

Xew York 

Judge pub. co., Xew York. 

Do. 
Emanuel Loeb, Cliicago. 



123 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS. AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles. 


Copyright Proprietors. 


Victoria reception gown. (1898, no. 3112. 
10,1898.) 

Yellow (The) cur in a fix. (1898, no. 6018. 
15, 1898.) 


Rec'd Jan. 
11 

Rec'd Jan. 
15 


S. M. Baldwin, New York. 
Judge pub. co., New York. 



VII. CHROMOS A1STD LITHOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Dav (The) of judgment, no. 8, May 22, 1898. (1898, 
no. 5579. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 1 

Dirty (The) kitten. (1898, no. 1928. Rec'd Jan 11, 

1898.) 2 

Disobedient frog. (1898, no. 1909. Rec'd Jan. 11, 
1898.) 3 

Downfall (The). (1898, no. 4926. Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 

4 

Fight (The) in the woods. (1898, no. 4917. Rec'd Jan. 
11,1898.) 5 

Figure. 1 sheet. (N. Y. no. 1924). (1897, no. 71366. 
Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 6 

Figure, no. 2241. (Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898) 7 

Jack Spratt and his wife. (1898, no. 4924. Rec'd Jan. 
11,1898.) 8 

Jesus condemned, no. 10. June 5, 1898. (1898, no. 

5581. Rec'd Jan.13, 1898.) 9 

Jesus crucified, no. 11. June 12, 1898. (1898, no. 

5582. Rec'd Jan.13, 1898.) 10 

Kittens washing. (1898, no. 4914. Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 

11 

Lesson (A) on forgiveness, no. 4. Apr. 24, 1898. (1898, 
no. 5575. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 12 

Little pets. (1898, no. 4923. Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898) . . 13 

Little (The) shepherd. (1898, no. 4927. Rec'd Jan. 11, 
1898.) 14 

Little (The) Turk. (1898, no. 4920. Rec'd Jan. 11, 

1898.) . 15 

Lord's (The) supper, no. 9. May 29, 1898. (1898, no. 
5580. Rec'd Jan.13, 1898.) 16 | 

Lost (The) mittens. (1898, no. 4915. Rec'd Jan. 11, j 

1898.) 17 | 

Marriage (The) feast, no. 6. May 8, 1898. (1898, no. I 
5577. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 18 | 

Merry (The) meal. (1898, no. 4911. Rec'd Jan. 11, 
1898.) 19 

Merry (The) party. (1898, no. 4910. Rec'd Jan. 11, 

1898.) " 20 

Musical children. (1898, no. 4922. Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) i 

21 ! 



Providence litho. co., 

Providence, R. I. 

McLoughlin bros., 

New York. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Strobridge litho. co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Courier litho. co., 

Buffalo, N Y. 

McLoughlin bros., 

New York. 

Providence litho. co., 

Providence, R. I. 

Do. 



McLoughlin bros., 

New York. 

Providence litho. co., 

Providence, R. I. 

McLoughlin bros., 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Providence litho. co., 

Providence, R. I. 

McLoughlin bros., 

New York. 

Providence litho. co., 

Providence, R. I. 

McLoughlin bros., 

New York. 

Do. 
Do. 



124 



CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Naughty (The) rat. (1898, no. 4913. RecYl Jan. 11, 

1898.) 22 ' 

Nearer to thee. (1897, no. 68309. Rec'd Dec. 9, 1897.) I 

23 

Old (The) witch. (1898, no. 4921. Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) \ 

24 

Our baby. (1898, no. 3838. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898) ... 25 

Prodigal's (The) return. (1898, no. 4916. Rec'd Jan. 
11,1898.) 26 

Rajah (The) and his pipe. (1898, no. 4919. Rec'd Jan. 
11,1898.) 27 

Risen (The) Lord. no. 12. June 19,1898. (1898, no. 
5583. Rec'd Jau. 13, 1898.) 28 

Robin redbreast. (1898, no. 4925. Rec'd Jan. 11, 
1898.) 29 



McLoughlin bros., 

New York. 

Gray litho. co., 

New York. 

McLoughlin bros.. 

New York. 

Doliber-Goodale co., 

Boston. 

McLoughlin bros., 

New York. 

Do. 

Providence litho. co., 

Providence, R. I. 

McLoughlin bros., 

New York. 



Stop thief. (1898,no. 4918. Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898) 



80 



Three blind mice. (1898, no. 4912. Rec'd Jan. 11, 
1898.) 31 

Transfiguration (The), no. 3. Apr. 17. 1898. (1898, 
no. 5574. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898. ) 32 

Triumphal (The) entry, no. 5. May 1, 1898. (1898, 
no. 5576. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 33 

Two little vagrants. "Fan Fan protecting Claude." 
no. 6033. 1 sheet. (1898, no. 5327. Rec'd Jan. 
13, 1898.) 34- 

Watchfulness, no. 7. May 15, 1898. (1898, no. 5578. 
Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 35 

Woman (The) of Canaan, no. 1. Apr. 3, 1898. (1898, 
no. 5572. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898. ) 36 



Do. 

Do. 

Providence litho. co., 

Providence, R. I. 

Do. 



H. C. Miner litho. co., 

New York. 



Providence litho. co., 

Providence, R. I. 

Do. 



VIII. PHOTOORAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



After taking. (1898, no. 6029. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898) . . 1 A. H. Prentiss, 

Buffalo, N.Y. 

Allen (Miss Josephine). 1313-C. (1898, no. 4862. Carbon studio, New York. 
Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 2 

Among the daisies. (1898, no. 5147. Rec'd Jan. 12, T. D. Rust, Meadville, Pa. 
1898.) 3 

Artist's (The) model. (1898, no. 5772. Rec'd Jan. 14, Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

1898 -) 4 j Arlington, N.J. 



Before taking. (1898, no. 6027. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898).. 5 



A. H. Prentiss, 



Buffalo, N. Y 



Bicycle girl. (1898, no. 5873. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898).. 6 

Butler (Nellie). Nos. 1-3. (1898, nos. 5238-5240. R 
Jan. 13,1898.) 

Buy me out. (1898, no. 5328. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898).. 10 \ Joseph Jacobs, Atlanta. Ga. 



Wm. II. Lister, 

Philadelphia 

Butler (Nellie). Nos. 1-3. (1898, nos. 5238-5240. Rec'd 15. J. Falk, New York 

Jan. 13, 1898.) 7_9 






125 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Caprice. (1898, no. 5148. Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898) 11 

Childhood's lullaby. (1898, no. 5581. Rec'd Jan. 13, 
1898.) 12 

Clark (Miss Hilda). 1350 F. (1898, no. 4861. Rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 13 

Coxe (Virginia R.). (1898, no. 4295. Rec'd Jan. 3. 
1898. ) 14 

Davis (Jefferson) and his cabinet. (1897, no. 37402. 
Rec'd Jan. 11,1898.) 15 

Discipline in color. (1898, no. 5113. Rec'd Jan. 12, 
1898.) 16 

Family cares. (Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898) 17 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Eugene Nicolai, 

New Bedford, Mass. 

C. E. Bullard, 

Peterboro, N. H. 

Carbon studio, New York. 

H. J. Brady, Orange, N. Y. 

Araericus Patterson, 

Gainesville, Tex. 

E. I. Rice, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Strobmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 

Do. 



Five o'clock tea, (1898, no. 5766. Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 

18 

Girl in red. (1898, no. 5872. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898).. 19 Wm. H. Lister, 



How did doctor bring baby in that? (1898, no. 5762. 
Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 20 



Light (The) of the evening. (1898, no. 5005. Rec'd 
Jan. 11.1898.) 21 

Mav (Miss Edna). 1409 H. (1898, no. 4859. Rec'd Jan. 
10, 1898.) 22 

1409 K. (1898, no. 4860. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898) . . 23 

Michaels (Jimniv), champion bicycle rider of the world, 
nos. 1-2. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 24-25 

No buttons again! (1898, no. 5764. Rec'd Jan. 14, 

1898.) 26 

Orchids. The most wonderful of flowers. (1898, 
no. 5773. Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898. ) 27 

Pilot boat Thos. C. Barrett, no. 938. (1898. no. 5585. 
Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 28 

Private (The) telephone. (1898, no. 5765. Rec'd Jan. 
14,1898.) 29 

She has symptoms of smallpox. (1898, no. 5767. Rec'd 
Jan. 14', 1898.) 30 

Studious moments. (1898, no. 5329. Rec'd Jan. 13, 
1898.) 31 

Study (A). 122 M. (1898, no. 4868. Rec'd Jan. 10, 
1898.) 32 

632 M. (1898, no. 4867. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898) . . 33 

708 M. (1898, no. 4866. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898) . . 34 

— 716 M. (1898, no. 4865. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898) . . 35 

747 M. (1898, no. 4958. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898) . . 36 

759 M. (1898, no. 4863. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898).. 37 

760 M. (1898, no. 4864. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898) . . 38 

Swami Abhedananda. no. 1-4. (1898, nos. 5234-5237. 
Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 39-42 

13973— Vol. 14, No. 2 4 



Philadelphia. 

Strobmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 

S. S.Nickerson, 

Philadelphia. 

Carbon studio, New York. 

Do. 
D. Altman. 



Strobmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 

Do. 



Chas. E. Bolles, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 

Do. 
M. Schweig, St. Louis, Mo. 
Carbon studio, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Henry J. Van Hoagen, 

New York. 



126 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. Copyeight Proprietors. 



Taking. (1898, no. 6028. Eec'd Jan. 15, 1898) 43 ' A. H. Prentiss, 

Buffalo, N.Y. 

Tired of play. (1898, no. 5769. Eec'd Jan. 14, 1898) . 44 Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 

Waiting for papa. (1898, no. 5770. Eec'd Jan. 14, Do. 

1898.) 45 

"War in camp. (1898, no. 5763. Eec'd Jan. 14, 1898). 46 Do. 

We's mast burdlars, where 'oo keeps 'oo cookies ? Do. 

(1898, no. 5768. Eec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 47 

Young (A) farmer. (1898, no. 5006. Rec'd Jan. 11, S. S. Nickerson, 

1898.) 48 Philadelphia. 



IX. FINE ARTS. 

(Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited according to law with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to be perfected as 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of 
Catalogue.) 

"Three cats." (Eec'd Jan. 11, 1898) 1 Theo. A. Euggles-Kitson, 

Dorchester, Mass. 

"Seasons greetings." (Eec'd Jan. 11, 1898) 2 Do. 

Prayer. (1898, no. 5335. Eec'd Jan. 11, 1898) 3 Foster bros., Boston. 



X. MISCELLANEOUS. 

(Under this title is included the titles, arranged alphabetically, of all articles deposited which can not 
be classified under the above nine rubrics. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 

American fashions. Jan.. 1898. Men's fashions. (Eec'd John J. Mitchell co., 

Jan. 10,1898.) 1| New York. 

C. W. Jones, 

Grand Eapids, Mich. 

James Aiken, 

Eedwood Falls, Minn. 

Pioneer fuel co., 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

J. Q. Ingham, 

Elmira, N. Y. 



Golden chain pledges. (Eec'd Jan. 10, 1898) 2 

Old (The) settler. (1897, no. 66704. Eec'd Jan. 11, 
1898.) 3 

Pioneer fuel co.'s monthly weather chart. 1896. Dec, 
1897. (Eec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 4 

Portfolio of and for maps, etc. Short rules for com- 
puting iuterest. Calendar for 1898. (1898, no. 3510. 
Eec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 5 






127 



INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS. 

i.U the end of each title is printed the rubric under which the full title will be found. In cases 
where the author and proprietor are one the title will he found only in its place under the rubric 
"Books. ') 



Academy of the new church, Philadel- 
phia : 
Academy church music. 110. 22. 
(Vocal.) (Music.) 
Aiken (James), Redwood Falls, Minn.: 
Old (The) settler. (Miscellaneous 
chart.) 
Allen (C. W.).: 

Perfect (The) shot and pistol expert. 
(Books: 2.) 
Altemus (Henry), Philadelphia: 

Bulfinch (f.). The age of the fable, 
or beauties of mythology. (Books : 

1-) 
Althouse (J. S.) & co., ltd., Reading, Pa. : 

Althouse (M. A.). 3d brigade band 
march. For brass and reed band. 
(Band.) (Music.) 
Alt man (D.): 

Michaels (Jimmy), no. 1. Champion 
bicycle rider of the world. (Photo- 
graph.) 

No. 2. (Photograph.) 

American Baptist publication 
Philadelphia: 

Clark (G.W.). 

Corinthians. 

American book co 

Overton (F.). 

(Books: 1.) 

American book co. 

Todd (D. P.) 
(Books: I.) 
American Economic ass'n, New York: 

Hammond (M. B.). The cotton iudus- 

- try. An essay in American eco- 
nomic history, (pt. 1.) Nov., 1897. 

. (Books: 1.) 
American Lnxfer prism co., Chicago: 

Pocket hand-book of electro-glazed 
Luxfer prisms, containing useful 
information and tables relating to 
their use. (Books: 1.) 
American press ass'n, New York : 

"A" syndicate page. no. 4. (Books : 
3.) 

"B" syndicate page. no. 4. (Books: 
3.) 

Battle (The) of life. (Books: 3.) 

Brave (A) boy leader. Romantic 
soldier career of Col. Arthur Mc- 
Arthur of Milwaukee. (Books: 3.) 

" C" syndicate page. no. 4. (Books: 
3.) * 

Crack (A) regiment. Career of the 
sixth Georgia under Colonel Col- 
quitt. . (Books: 3.) 

"E" syndicate page. no. 3. ''Books: 
3.) 

"F" syndicate page. no. 3. (Books: 
3.) 



society, 



Romans and 1 and II 
(Books: 1.) 
Cincinnati, Ohio : 
Applied physiology. 

New York: 
A new astronomy. 



American press ass'n. New York : 

Fashions of New York. New goods 
from Europe arriving in abundance. 
(Books: 3.) 
French old guard. (Books: 3.) 
"G" syndicate page. no. 4. (Books: 

3.) * 
Washington in war. (Books: 3.) 
American society of heating and venti- 
lating engineers, New York: 

Transactions of the American society 
of heating and ventilating engi- 
neers, v. 3. Third annual meet- 
ing, New York, Jan. 26-28, 1897. 
(Books: 1.) 
American tract society, New York: 

The illustrated family Christian 
almanac for the year of our Lord 
and Savior Jesus Christ 1898. 
(Books: 2.) 
Anderson (A. H.), Redwood Falls, Minn. : 
General map of Redwood county, 
Minn. (Map.) 
Anthony (C. Honore), Cleveland, Ohio : 
(An.) The bazaar. March, two- 
step. (Piano.) (Music.) 
Appleton (D.) & co., New York: 

Evans (E.P.). Evolutional ethics 
and animal psychology. (Books: 

Sidis (B.). The psychology of sug- 
gestion. (Books: 1.) 
Arlington mills. Lawrence, Mass. : 

North (S. N.D.). Tops. (Books: 1.) 
Ashdown (Percy), New York: 

I watch 'neath thy lattice. Music by 

Hastings Weblyn. (Yocal.) 
Bacheller syndicate. New York: 

Current service. (For Jan. 16.) 

(Books: 3.) 
Furman (L. S.). Lost in the swamp. 

(Books: 3.). 
M. Quad page. (For Jan. 16.) 

(Books: 3.) 
Marr (H. V. ). A little girl and a cat. 

(Books: 3.) 
Special page. (For Jan. 16.) (Books: 

3.) - 
Timely service. (For Jan. 16.) 

(Books: 3.) 
Woman's page. (For Jan. 16.) 

(Books: 3.) 
Youths' page. (For Jan. 16.) 

(Books: 3.) 
Baldwin (S.M.), New York: 

Victoria reception gown. (Print.) 
Banks cV bios., New York: 

United States reports, v. 168, pt. 3. 

(Books: 1.) 
Barham & White, Valparaiso, Ind. : 

De Klondike coon. (Vocal.) (Music.) 



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Barker (T.M.), Philadelphia: 

Premier (The) method for bassoon. 
Compiled by T. M. Baker. [Music 
book.] 
Barnhouse (C.L.), Oskaloosa, Iowa: 

Piatt (D.W.). The American beauty 
march. For military band. (Music.) 

The coon-town swell. Two-step 

for military band. (Music.) 

(An.) Golden nuggets. Grand med- 
ley overture for military band. 
(Music.) 

Taylor (J. S.). March of the ma- 
roons. For military band. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Piatt (D. W.). Star pointer galop. 
For military band. (Music.) 
Barrett (C.W.), Lemoore, Cal. : 

(An.) Maginnis's billy goat. Song. 
(Music.) 
Baumline (R. L.) : 

Birth of America. Waltzes. By R. 
Lewis. (Piano.) (Music.) 

Under the old apple tree. Music by 
R.Lewis. (Vocal.) (Music) 
Beckerdite (H. L.). Winston, N. C. : 

A table of present values of widows-' 
dowers, according to mortuary 
table of N. C. code. (Books: 2.) 
Beirly (A.), Chicago: 

(An.) Be joyful. Anthem. (Vocal.) 
(Music.) 

(An.) Daughter of Zion. Anthem. 
(Vocal.) (Music.) 

Poppen (E.). It is good to give 
thanks. Anthem. (Vocal.) 
(Music.) 

Earle (K.). O Lord, most Holy! 
Anthem. (A'ocal.) (Music.) 
Bell (J. R), Kansas City. Mo. : 

Miss Florence Hamilton. Waltz 
song. Words and music by Morris 
Mauley. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
Bell telephone co. of Missouri, St. Louis, 
Mo. : 

Telephone exchange directory, no. 
107. Jan.. 1898. (Books: 2.) 
Bemberg (H.), Paris, France: 

Chanson (La) de ma mie. Poe'sie de 
Th. de Banville. Musique de H. 
Bemberg. no. 1. Soprano ou tenor. 
(Vocal.) (Music.) 
Bernson (Victor E.), Salem, Mass. : 

Old (The) thirteen calendar for 1898. 
(Books: 2.) 
Bible study pub. co., Boston: 

Great men of Israel, v. 8, no. 1. First 
quarter. Lessons 1-13. Junior 
grade. Bible study, minor (or 
Blakeslee) graded lessons. (Books : 

Bliss (P. P.), heirs of: 

Bliss (P. P.). Remembered. Song 
and chorus. (Vocal.) (Music.) 



Bliss (P. P. and G. G.): 

What shall the harvest be? Song 
and chorus by P. P. Bliss. (Vocal.) 
(Music.) 
Bloom (Sol.), Chicago: 

Cinderella White. Words by Evelyn 
Bloom. Music by George Schleif- 
farth. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
Bodine & co., Chicago: 

Illinois political directory and sketch 
book for 1898. (Books: 1.) 
! Bolles (Chas.E.), Brooklyn, N. Y. : 

Pilot boat. [Thos. C. Barrel t.j no. 
938. (Photograph.) 
Bonner's (Robert) sons. New York: 

Lewis (L.). Kit Carson's last trail. 
[The choice series, no. 136.] 
(Books: 1 ) 

[Ledger library, no. 136.] 

(Books: 1.) 
Bornemann (O.), Paris, France: 

Psyche symphouische dichtung. 
Deutsche bearbeitung von Fried. 
Fremery. Musique de Cesar 
Franck. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
Bote (Ed.) and Bock (G.), Berlin, Ger- 
many: 

Kaisers (Der) reitersleut fur vier- 
stimmigen miinnerchor. Bv Edwin 
Sehultz. op. 207, no, 3." [Drei 
lieder.] (Vocal.) (Music.) 

Ros'lein, wann bliih'st du auf? Fiir 
vierstimmigen miinnerchor. By 
Edwin Sehultz. op. 207, no. 2. 
[Drei lieder. (Vocal.) (Music.) 

Scheidelied. Fiir vierstimmigen miin- 
nerchor. Bv Edwin Sehultz. op. 
207, no. 1. [Drei lieder.] (Vocal.) 
(Music.) 
Bowdler (Cyril), Camberley, England: 

(An.) It is Christ that died. An- 
tberu for Easter. (Vocal.) (Mu- 
sic.) 
Bradley Fertilizer co., Boston : 

Bradley's American farmer. (Books : 
2.) 
Brady (H. J.), Orange, N. Y. : 

Coxe (Virginia R.). (Photograph.) 
Breitkopf & Hartel, New York : 

5 klavierstiickc von Heinrich Schcii- 
ker. Andante, op. 4, no. 1. (Pi- 
ano.) (.Music.) 

Drei londicbtungcn, iiir orgel, von 
Philipp Wolfrum. Benedictus. 
op. 30, no. 1. (Organ.) (Music.) 

Vier walzer. Con grazia. op. 9, no. 1. 
Zulhiinden. Iwan Knorr. (Piano 
duet.) (Music.) 

Geiibtes herz. Experienced heart, 
heft 1, no. 1. Zwolf gedichte fiir 
voice and piano. Von Felix Wein- 
gartner. op. 22. (Music.) 

Gloria in excelsis Deo. op. 30, no. 2. 
Drei londicbtungcn fiir orgel. By 
Philipp Wolfrum. (Music) 



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Breitkopf & Hartel, New York: 

Kyrie eleisou, Christe eleison, kyrie 
eleison. op. 30, no. 3. Drei lou- 
dichtungeu fiir orgel, von Philipp 
Wolfrnin. (Music.) 

Legende. op. 19. Fur pianoforte, 
von Adolp Scliuppan. (Music.) 

Legende slave und polonaise brill- 
ante. Fiir pianoforte. no.l. 
Legenge slave. Dieselbe fiir vio- 
lin und pianoforte, von Graham 
P.Moore. (Music.) 

Lied vom SchufT. Song of the 
knave. heft. 2, no. 7. Zwolf 
gedichte fir voice and piano, by 
Felix Weingartuer. op. 22. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Ouverturen (3) (suiten). Fiir orches- 
ter, von Job. Seb. Bach. Fiir piano- 
forte iibertragen von Giuseppe 
Martucci. no. 3. D. dur. (Piano.) 
(Music.) 
Brockkaus (Max.), Leipzig, Germany: 

Humperdwick (E.). "Kouigskin- 
der." [Yorspiel vierbandig.] Ove- 
ture for piano,! hands. (Music.) 
Brokaw (Charles O.). St. Joseph, Mo. : 

Gridiron (The) march. Two-step. 
By Arthur Pryor. [For orchestra.] 
(Music.) 

Imogene waltzes. For piano. By H. 
O.Wheeler. (Music.) 

Nordica schottische. For orchestra. 
By H. O. Wheeler. (Music.) 
Bronson (Carl), Cbicago: 

Farewell, the spell is broken. "Words 
and music by Carl Bronson. (Vo- 
cal.)- ( Music. "> 
Brooklvn chautauquan co., Brooklvn, 
X. Y. : 

Yearbook of the Brooklyn chautau- 
quan union. (Book: 2.) 
Browne & Sbarpe mfg. co., Providence* 
R. L: 

Catalogue and price lists of Browne 
& Sbarpe mfg. co., Providence, R. I. 
U.S. (Books: 1.) 
Bullard (C. E.), Peterboro, X. H. : 

Childhood's lullaby. (Photograph.) 
Buugert (August), Berlin, Germany: 

(Au.) Keike unci vorspiel poly phe- 
mos. Die Odysst-e 1. (Vocal.) 
(Music.) 
Burrows bros. co., Cleveland, Ohio: 

Thwaites (R. G., editor). The Jesuit 
relations and allied documents, v. 
11. (Books: 1.) 

v. 12. (Books: 1.) 

Butterick pub. co. (ltd.), Xew York: 

Advance styles. Plate no.l. [Sup- 
plement grand album of metropoli- 
tan fashions. Feb., 1898. v. 3, no. 
2.] (Books: 2.) 

Classified styles. Plate no. 5. [Sup- 
plement grand album of metropoli- 
tan fashions. Feb., 1898. v. 3, no. 
2.] (Books: 2.) 



Butterick pub. co., (ltd.), Xew York: 
Juvenile (The) outfitter. Plate no. 
2. [Supplement grand, album of 
metropolitan fashions. Feb., 1898. 
v.3,no.2.] (Books: 2.) 
Themasquerader. Plate no. 1. [Sup- 
plement grand album of metropoli- 
tan fashions. Feb., 1898. v. 3, no. 
2.] (Books: 2.) 
Milliner (The). Plate no. 3. [Supple- 
ment Grand album of metropolitan 
fashions. Feb., 1898. v. 3, no. 2.] 
(Books: 2.) 
Window dresser (The), plate no. 6. 
[Supplement grand album of met- 
ropolitan fashions Feb., 1898. 
v. 3, no. 2.] (Books: 2.) 
Cailaghau & co., Chicago: 

Reports of cases determined in the 
supreme court of the state of Utah 
from the Sept. term, 1896, to the 
Jan. term, 1897. Jos. M. Tanner, 
reporter, v. 11, being v. 2 Utah 
state reports. (Books: 1.) 
Carbon studio, Xew York : 

Allen (Miss Josephine). 1313 C. (Pho- 
to u rap h.) 
Clark (Miss Hilda). 1350 F. (Pho- 
tograph.) 
May, (Miss Edna). 1109 H. (Photo- 
graph.) 

(Photograph.) 
122 M. (Photograph.) 
(Photograph.) 
(Photograph.) 
(Photograph.) 
(Photograph.) 
(Photograph.) 
(Photograph.) 
H.), sec'y of the con- 



1109 K. 
Studv (A). 

632 M. 

708 M. 

716 M. 

747 M. 

759 M. 

760 M. 

Carmalt (William 
gress : 

Transactions of the congress of 
American physicians and surgeons, 
4th triennial session, held at Wash- 
ington, D.C. (Books: 1.) 
Catholic school book co., Xew York: 

Vlyimm, (W. T ). Second reading 
book. (Books: 1.) 
Charity organization society of the city 
of Xew York, Xew York? 

Xew York charities directory. In- 
cluding the boroughs of Manhat- 
tan, Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, and 
Richmond. 8th ed. (Books: 1.) 
Christian benefit ass'n of California, 
Sacramento, Cal. : 

"Christian (The) benefit ass'n of 
California. 7 ' (Books: 2.) 
Church (John) co., Cincinnati. Ohio: 
Deus misereatur in G. By C. A. Ha- 
vens, op. 183. [Festival anthem.] 
(Vocal.) (Music.) 
Four-leaf clover. Words by Ella 
Higginson. Music by Lino Mat- 
tioli. High voice. (Vocal.) (Mu- 
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Church (John) co., Cincinnati, Ohio: 

Savior (The) is waiting in paradise. 
With accompaniment for violin, 
harp, and organ, or organ only. 
By C. A. Havens, op. 181. [Sacred 
part song.] (Vocal.) (Music.) 

Snow baby. By John Philip Sousa. 
(Vocal.) (Music.) 

Their idol. Words by Mrs. George 
Archibald. Music by Lino Mat- 
tioli. (Vocal.) (Musi*;.) 

There is rest for you. Sacred part 
song. Bv C. A. Havens, op. 158. 
(Vocal.) " (Music.) 

Churchman co., New York : 

My life in Christ. [Extracts from 
Father John's book.] (Books: 2.) 

Parson Gregory's atonement. By 
Katharine Pearson Woods. Chap- 
ter 3. [The churchman, Jau. 8, 
1898.] (Books: 2.) 

Chapters 4-5. [The churchman, 

Jan. 15, 1898.] (Books: 2.) 

Soul (The) of honor. Bv Hesba 
Stretton. Chapters 16, 17. [The 
churchman. Jan. 15, 1898.] (Books : 
2.) 
Clement (Dana), Rochester, N. Y. : 

Neapolitan. Two-step. By Dana 
Clement. (Piano.) (Music.) 

Cocks (Robert) & co., London, England : 
Lolita waltz. By Cyril Dare. (Pi- 
ano.) (Music.) 

Cohn (Adolphe) & Woodward (B.D.), 
New York: 

Voltaire's prose. (Heath's modern 
language series.) (Books: 1.) 
Coleman (Harry), Philadelphia: 

Camp-meetin' coons. Song and 
dance schottische. By A. Tregina. 
[For band.] (Music j 
Colliery engineer co., Scranton, Pa. : 

Mine ventilation, pt. 2. 39 1?. In- 
struction paper. 1st ed. [The 
international correspon dence 
schools, Scranton. Pa.] (Books: 
-M 

Coming light pub. house, San Francisco, 
Cal. : 

Songs of freedom. (Books: 2.) 
Connorton (John W.) pub. co., Chicago: 
Coimortou's tobacco brand directory 
of the United States for 1898. 
(Books: 1.) 
Courier litho. co., Buffalo, N. Y. : 

Figure no. 2241. (Litho.) 
Craig (Samuel A.), Chicago: 

Dr. Craig's ventilated hat. (Books: 
2.) 
Danner (William S.), Seattle, Wash. : 

Danuer's freight rates. (Books: 2.) 
Davison pub. co., New York: 

Paterson (showing silk mills). (Map.) 



Decourcelle (Paul), Nice, Franco: 

DeLoin, Marcietta. no. 2. P. Sudessi. 
Pour orchestra av. piano conduc- 
teur. (Piano and orchestra.) (Mu- 
sic.) 
Pour eveiller columbine. Aubade — 
pizzicati. Pour instruments a 
cordes. Par Paul Steck. op. 12. 
Partition et paities. (Music.) 
Denton & Seixas, New York: 

"Aloha!' Hawaiian. (Love to you.) 
Music bv Margaret Townsend. 
(Vocal.) "(Music.) 
Our language as it's spoken. Music 
by F. \V. Isenbarth. (Vocal.) 
(Music.) 
Detroit music co., Detroit, Mich. : 

If only you get the right jj'irl. Words 
and music by Wm. H. Plass. 
(Vocal.) (Music.) 
Octoroons. March or two- step. By 
J.W.Johnson. (Piano.) (Music.) 
Only a convict's child, or the pastor's 
secret. Words and music bv Wm. 
H. Plass. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
Teddie. Words by F. Ebert. Music 
by Cecil Lean. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
Dickson & Morrow, Kansas City, Mo.: 
Warranty i\eed bond. (Books: 2.) 
(Book or form.) 
Dillingham (G. W.) co., Philadelphia: 
Spencer (T. J.j. Moultrie De Kalb. 
(Books: 1.) 
Dillon (William Robert), Esbon, Fans. 
(An.) Kansas hog cholera cure and 
preventative. (Books: 2.) 
Doliber Coodale co., Boston: 

Our baby. ( Litho.) 
Dulany (W.m.J. C.) CO., Baltimore, Md. : 
Ward (G. W.). Notes in history. 
Syllabus of Rome. (Hooks: 2.) 
Eaman (Hen R.), Detroit, Mich.: 

(An.) "Rugby" (The) march and 
two step. (Piano.) (Music.) (2 
copies.) 
Earle (Herbert Howe), Adrian, Mich. : 
Bench and bar, Madison, Wis. 
[1S97.] (Eng.) 

Winnebago county, Wis., 1898. 

(Print ) 
Eaton & Mains, New York : 

Brewer (A. T.). How to make the 
Sunday school go. (Hooks: 1.) 
Eldridge (Geo. E. and Geo. W.), Boston: 
Eldridge's tide and current book, 
1898 ed. (Books: 1.) 
Elkins (Li. Whitney) : 

Some effects of alcohol, tobacco, and 
opium on the bodv. (Hooks: 2.) 
Ellis (.John F.) & co., Washington, D. C. : 
I love a maid. Song with waltz 
refrain. Guitar solo. By R. M. 
Stults. [Arranged by B. F. dud- 
son.] (Music.) 

Guitar song in G. [Arranged 

by B. F. Judson.] (Vocal and gui- 
tar accompaniment.) (Music.) 



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Ellis (JohnF.) & co., Washington, D.C. : 
Two mandolins and guitar. [Ar- 
ranged by B. F. Judson.] (Music.) 
What the river said. By Leo. P. 
Wheat. Transcription for piano- 
forte by F. R. Webb. op. 85. I 
(Music.) 

Elmira advertiser ass'n, Elmira, N. Y. : 

Next. Not a guessing contest, but a 
prize every day. (Books: 3.) 

Enoch & co.. Paris, France: 

Barcarolle pour piano. Par Lucien 
Wurmser. (Piano.) (Music.) 

Bleus. Poesie de Charles Fuster. I 
Musique de C. Chaminade. no. 1 ; 
en fa pour tenor ou soprano. | 
(Vocal.) (Music.) 

Chauson triste. Poesie de la Com- 
tesse Joseph Rochaid. Musique de 
C. Chaminade. no. 2 en re mineur 
pour barvton ou mezzo-soprano. 
(Vocal.) (Music.) 

Envoi de fleurs. Poesie de Henri j 
Bernard. Musique de Paul Delmet. 
(Vocal.) (Music.) 

Huzza! A battle song. no. 1 in 
B flat. Words by Barry Cornwall. 
Music by Arthur Fagge. (Vocal.) 
(Music.) 

no. 2 in C. (Music.) 

Les Presents. Poesie de Charles 
Fuster. Musique de C. Chaminade. 
no. 2 en mi flat pour baryton ou 
mezzo-soprano. (Vocal.) (Music.) 

Ninon, ouvre to porte! Poesie de P. 
Rosario. Musique de Ferdinand 
Raynal. (Vocal.) (Music.) 

Rimembranza. op. 88. Par C. Cham- 
inade. Piano seul. (Piano.) (Mu- 
sic.) 

Theme varie. op. 89. Par C. Cham- 
inade.' (Piano.) (Music.) 

Enoch & sons, London, England : 

Tosti (F. P.). "If." no. 1 in F. 

Song. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
no. 2 in A flat. Song. (Vocal.) 

(Music.) 
no. 3 in B fiat. Song. (Vocal.) 

(Music.) 
Tosti (F. P.). (The) silver lining. 

Song. no. 1 in A flat. (Vocal.) 

(Music.) 
no. 2 in B flat. (Vocal.) (Mu- 
sic.) 
no. 3 in C. Song.. (Vocal.) 

(Music.) 

Episcopal pub. society, New Y'ork: 

Episcopal (The) pub. society. Refer- 
ence book and catalogue for 
1898-99. (Books: 2.) 

Evening post pub. co., New Y'ork: 

Daily digest of selected cases. In- 
consistent verdict. (Books: 3.) 
Trial for murder. (Books: 3.) 



Falls (B.J.), New York: 

Butler (Nellie), nos. 1-3. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Falmouth pub. co., Boston : 

Homer (J. R.). I wonder if we'll 
meet again. (Vocal.) (Music.) 

Liza, l'se your man. (Vocal.) 

(Music.) 

She's the only girl for me. (Vo- 
cal.) (Music.) 

Tell mother I will return. (Vo- 
cal.) (Music.) 
Farnsworth (A. B.), New York : 

My insurance? in the mutual reserve 
fund life association. (Books: 2.) 
Fellows (Charles), Chicago: 

Chefs (The) reminder. [pt. 2.J 
(Books: 3.) 
Fillmore bros., Cincinnati, Ohio : 

Herbert (J. B.). Doctor Foster went 
to Glo'ster. [Male quartet.] (Vo- 
cal.) (Music.) 

Hartsough (P.), Fellmore (J. H.). 
Fellni ore's Sunday school songs, 
no. 1. (Books: 1.) 

Herbert (J. B). Little boy blue. 
[Male quartet.] (Vocal.) '(Music.) 

Over the hills and far away. 

[Male quartet.] (Vocal.) (Music.) 

Three children sliding on the ice ; 

or, keep the kids at home. [Male 
quartet.] (Vocal.) (Music.) 
Fischer (Carl), New York: 

Wagner (R.). "Album leaf" (sim- 
plified). Arranged for violin and 
piano by Theo. M. Tobani. (Violin 
and piano.) (Music.) 
Fitz (Alb.H.), New York: 

Don't let her know. Music bv Alb. 
H. Fitz- (Vocal.) (Music.) 
Forberg (Rob.), Leipzig, Germany: 

Deutsches burchenlied. Flir miin- 
nerchor, by Anton Weber, op. 22, 
no. 2. [Drei lieder.] (Vocal.) 
(Music.) 

"Inniges verstL'ndniss." Drei lieder 
fiir miinnerchor, componist von 
Anton Weber, op. 22, no. 3. [Drei 
lieder.] (Vocal.) (Music.) 

Liebeundrosen. Fiir manner chor, by 
Anton Weber, op. 22, no. 1 [Drei 
lieder.] (Vocal.) (Music.) 
Foss (A. E.) & co., Needham, Mass. : 

Resident and business directory of 
Mansfield, Foxboro, and Sharon., 
Mass., for 1898. (Books : 1.) 
Garretson, Cox & co., Buffalo, N. Y. : 

The Columbian cyclopedia, v. 1-32. 
(Books: 1.) 
German press and plate co., Cleveland, 
Ohio: 

Lenz (R.). Offener sehreihebrief des 
Philipp Sauerampfer. (Books: 3.) 
Gies & co. : Buffalo. 

Cine-graph-o-scope (The;, a great 
novelty. (Books: 2.) 



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Giim & co., Boston: 

Cyr (E.M.). The children's fourth 
reader. (Books: 1.) 
Foster bros., Boston : 

Prayer. By Jean Paul Selinger. 
(Photograph of painting.) 
Gray lithograph co., New York: 

Nearer to thee. (Lithograph.) 
Gregh (Louis), Paris, France: 

G o e 1 a lids — chansom bretonne— pa- 
roles de Ch. Esquier, inusique de 
H. Beniberg. no. 1. mezzo-so- 
prano on baryton en fa minuer. 
(Vocal.) (Music.) 
Grimm (Carl W.), Cincinnati, Ohio: 

(An. ) Empor kirchenchor-lied, com- 
ponist von Carl W. Grimm. (Vo- 
cal.) (Music.) 
Grit pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. : 

Hustling (The) hurry. (Books: 3.) 
Hansen (Wilhelm), Leipzig, Germany: 
Aschanti (Neqer) marsch. Von J. F. 
Wagner, op. 309. (Piano.) (Music.) 
Harmon (Chas. O.), Marcellus, Mich.: 
St. Joseph County, Mich. (Map.) 

Harmon (Le Grande J.). : 

'Twas only a human heart that broke. 
Waltz song and chorus. Music by 
Le Grande J. Harmon. (Music.) 

Harms (T. B.) & co., New York: 

Do you remember, lovef (Duet.) By 
Keginald de Koven. (Vocal.) (Mu- 
sic.) 

Gipsy song. By Reginald de Koven. 
(Vocal, j (Music.) 

Gretna green. (Song.) By Reginald 
de Koven. (Music.) 

Highwayman (The). (Song.) By 
Reginald de Koven. (Vocal.) (Mu- 
sic.) 

I want to be a dancer. (Duettino.) 
(Song.) By Gustave Kerker. (Vo- 
cal.) (Music.) 

Kitty O'Brien. (Song.) By Regi- 
nald de Koven. (Vocal.) (Music.) 

Oh, my Estelle. (Song.) By Gus- 
tave Kerker. (Music.) 

Oh, Willie boy! (Song.) By Gus- 
tave Kerker. (Music.) 

Old (The) days. (Song.) By Gus- 
tave Kerker. (Music.) 

While the four winds blow. (Sea, 
song.) By Reginald de Koven. 
(Music.) 

Harper & bros., New York: 

Bensen (E. F.). The vintage. A 
romance of the Greek war of 
independence, with illustrations. 
(Books: 1.; 

Harrington (Eliza C), New York : 

Harrington (C. S. ). T. Macci Plauti. 
Captivi, Trinummus, et Rudens. 

(Books: 1.) 



Hawkins (A. H.), London, England: 

Simon Dale. A romance of the time 
of Charles II. By Anthony Hope. 
Chaps. 19 (continued) and 20. 
[Sunday inter-ocean, Jan. 9, 1898.] 
(Books: 3.) 
Heath (D. C.) & co., Boston: 

Pearson (H. G.). The principles of 
composition. (Books: 1.) 
Henderson (Peter) & co., New York: 
Manual of everything for the gar- 
den. 1898. Peter Henderson & 
co., New York. (Books: 2.) 
Henning (The) music co., Chicago: 

Heimiug (.I.E.). Alabama ragtime 
cake walk. op. 132. 1st and 2d 
mandolin, 1st and 2d banjo and 
guitar. (Music.) 
Herrick (E. R.) & co., New York : 

Gray (J. C). The Biblical museum, 
v. 2. The New Testament. Re- 
vised. (Books: 1.) 
Heugel & cie., Paris, France: 

Polka des Fetards, sur les motifs de 
Toperette de Victor Roger par 
Eng. Domegue. (Music.) 
Hinds & Noble, New York: 

Craig (A. H.). Pros and cons. 
(Books: 1.) 
Hinrichs (John), Baltimore, Md. : 

liinrichs's tobacco cable code. 2ded. 
(Books: 1.) 
Hodgins (Mrs. Clara), London, Ont. : 

Weekes (G. N.). The science of gen- 
eration. (Hooks: 1.) 
Hoe (Henry), New York : 

Abridged price list. Joseph Gillott's 

steel pens. (Hooks: 2.) 
Teachers, sustained, pupils encour- 
aged. (Books: 2.) 
Holt (Henry) & co., New York: 

Pancoast (H. S.). An introduction to 
American literature. (Books: 1.) 
Saint-Pierre (B. de). Paul et Vir- 
ginia. Edited by Oscar Kuhns. 
(Books: 1.) 
Houghton, Mifflin & co., Cambridge, 
Mass. : 

Poe (E. A.). The gold bug, thepur- 
loined letter, and other tales. 
(Books: 1.) 
Honsh co.. Boston : 

Daily hints for housekeepers, and 
health calendar for 1898. (Hooks: 2.) 
Howard & CO., London, England: 

I keep popping in and having 'em. 
Written and composed by Murray 
and Leigh. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
Lonesome (The) coon. Music by 
Arthur Desmond. (Vocal.) (Mu- 
sic.) 
Oh! to-morrow. Written and com- 
posed bv Will Godwin and Norton 
Atkins/ (Vocal.) (Music.) 



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How ley, Haviland & co., New York: 

Come tell me what's your answer, yes 
or no. Song and chorus. Words 

and music by Paul Dresser. (Vo- 
cal.) (Music.) 

Cotton (The) pickers' dance. Mor- 
ceau brilliant. By Edward Hoist. 
(Piano.) (Music.) 

Trip (A) to coon town. AYords by 
Bob Cole and Billy Johnson. Mu- 
sic by Bert Williams. (Vocal.) 
(Music.) 
Husbands (Milton), Niagara Falls, N.Y.: 

Delivering - the thoughts to nature 
and elevating the mind to supreme 
power and greater aud higher life. 
Nature's souvenir. (Books: 2.) 
Ingham (J. Q.), Elmira, N. Y. : 

Portfolio of and for maps, etc. Short 
rules for computing interest. Cal- 
endar for 1898. (Miscellaneous 
charts.) 

International photographic pub. co., Chi- 
cago : 
Ireland in pictures, pt. 16. Inter- 
national art series. (Books: 2.) 
Jacobs (Joseph), Atlanta, Ga. : 

''Buy me out." (Photograph.) 
Jalm (Carl J.), Columbus, Ohio: 

Reports of cases argued and deter- 
mined in the circuit court of Ohio, 
v. 14. July 1 to Dec. 31, 1892. 
(Books: 1.) 

Johnston (W. J.) co., New York: 

Wiener (A. E.). Practical calcula- 
tion of dynamo-electric machines. 
(Books: 1.) 

Jones (C.W.), Grand Rapids, Mich.: 

B. Y. P. U. membership report. Blank 

no. 13. (Books: 2.) 
Christiau endeavor membership re- 
port. Blank no. 11. (Books: 2.) 
Church membership report. Blank 

no. 9. (Books: 2.) 
Eriend's (A) report. Blank no. 1(W. 

(Books: 2.) 
Golden chain pledges. (Miscellane- 
ous design.) 
Junior Christian endeavor monthly 
report. Blank no. 12. (Books: 2.) 
Publisher's letter to the president of 
the Baptist vouug people's uuion. 
(Books: 2.) 
Publisher's letter to the president of 
the Christian endeavor society. 
(Books: 2.) 
, Sunday school scholar's monthly re- 
port. Blank no. 10. (Hooks': 2.) 

Judge publishing co., New York : 

Hairbreadth (A) escape. (Print.) 
Judge's puzzle pictures, 9th. Con- 
test, series 3. (Print.) 
Quite willing. (Print.) 
Y'ellow (The) cur iu a fix. (Print.) 



Kansas City star co., Kansas City, Mo. 



Trade (The) in live stock. 


(Kansas 


City star. .Inn. 7, 1898.) 


(Books: 


3.)' 




Jan. 8. 1898. (Books: 


3.) 


Jan. 10, 1*98. (Books 


: 3.) 


Jan. 11, 1898. (Hooks 


: 3.) 


Jan. 12, 1898. (Hooks: 


3.) 



Kingsland (Myrtle), Boston: 

Dancing (The) skeleton. (Print.) 
Klein (H. O.), La Crosse, Wis.: 

Turner's (The) march. Two-step. 
ByH. O.Klein. (Piano.) (Music.) 
La Roche (E.). Seattle, Wash. : 

Photographic views en route to the 
Klondike. (Books: 1.) 
Laidlaw (Alexander H. , jr.). New York: 
Royal (A) dilemma. (Dramatic com- 
position.) 
Lapin (Samuel), Baltimore, Md. : 

(Au.) My sweet little Carrie Brown. 
(Vocal.) (Music.) 
Law (Robert O.), Chicago: 

Agricultural (The) epitomist alma- 
nac, 1898. (Books: 1.) 
Farm, held, and fireside. Yearbook, 
almanac, and cyclopedia. (Books : 

1.) 
State journal almanac, 1898. (Books : 

1.) 
Lawyers' cooperative pub. co., Rochester, 
N. Y. : 

The lawyers' reports annotated. Book 
37. (Books: 1.) 
Lea bros. & co., Philadelphia : 

Loomis (A. L.), Thompson (W. G.). 
A system of practical medicine. 
v.3. (Books: 1.) 
Lefavour (Win. J.), Salem, Mass. : 

Myopia club march. (Two-step.) 
By James A. Battis. (Piano.) (Mu- 
sic.) 
That sweet face at the door. By 
E.W.Cole. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
Legg bros., Kansas City, Mo. : 

I'd rather be poor with you. Song. 
Words by R. F. Greene. Music by 
G.O.Lang. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
Lippincott (J. B.) co., Philadelphia: 

Gill (A. H.). A short handbook of oil 

analysis. (Books: 1.) 
Goepp (P. H.). Symphonies and their 

meaning. (Books: 1.) 
Mitchell (S. W.). Fat and blood. 
An essay on the treatment of cer- 
tain forms of neurasthenia and 
hysteria. (Books: 1.) 
Snyder (C. M.). Comic history of 
Greece, from the earliest times to 
the death of Alexander the Great. 
(Books: 1.) 
Lister (Wm. H.), Philadelphia: 
Bicycle girl. (Photograph.) 
Girl in red. (Photograph.) 



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Little, Brown & co., Boston: 

Massachusetts reports, 168. Feb., 

1897, to June, 1897. G. F. Tucker, 
reporter. (Books:!.) 

v. 168, pt. 4, G. F, Tucker, re- 
porter. (Books: 1.) 
Living age co., Boston : 

"With all her heart. By Rene Bazin. 
Chap. 16. [Living age, Jan. 15, 
1898.] (Books: 3.) 
Loeb (Emanuel). Chicago: 

Fashion plate for spring aud summer, 

1898, containing 21 male figures. 
(Print.) 

Uniform fashion plate showing 11 

male figures. (Print.) 
Longmans, Green & co., New York: 

Farrar (F. \V.). The life story of 

Aner; an allegory. (Books: 1.) 
Lorenz (E.S.), Dayton, Ohio: 

Ashford (E. L.). "Jesus lover of my 

soul." Sacred soprano or tenor 

solo. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
Ashford (E. L.). "Just as I am." 

Sacred contralto or baritone solo. 

(Vocal.) (Music.) 
Lothrop pub. co., Boston: 

Alden (Mrs. G. E.). As in a mirror. 

Chaps. 1-8. (Books: 1.) 
Lukensiron andsteelco.,Coatesville,Pa. : 
Handbook of Lukens iron aud steel 

co. (Books: 2.) 
McClure (S. S.) co., New York: 

Ellis (E. S.). The voung Klondikers. 

Chaps. 9-10. (Books: 3.) 
Forrester (I. L.). Scraggs; or, Tom- 
my and the tramp's daughter. 

(Books: 3.) 
Hoe(C). Jennie Baxter, journalist. 

(Books: 3.) 
Whitson (J. H.). Crooked Jenny. 

(Books: 3.) 
Williams (H. S.). A talk with Lord 

Kelvin. (Books: 3.) 
McCliug (A. C.) & co.. Chicago: 

Metcalf(T.)and DeGarmo(C) Drill 

book in dictionary work. 25th ed. 

(Books: 1.) 
McCollin (Edward G.). Philadelphia: 
Flower voices. By Edward G. Mc- 
Collin. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
McLoughlin bros.. New York: 

Dirty (The) kitteu. (Chromo.) 
Disobedient frog. (Chromo.) 
Downfall (The). (Chromo.) 
Fight (The) iu the woods. (Chromo. ) 
Jack Spratt and his wife. (Chromo.) 
Kittens washing. (Cbromo ) 
Little pets. (Chromo.) 
Little (The) shepherd. (Chromo.) 
Little (The) Turk. (Cbromo.) 
Lost (Tbe) mittens. (Cbromo.) 
Merry (Tbe) meal. (Chromo.) 
Merry (Tbe) party. (Cbromo.) 
Musical children. (Cbromo.) 
Naugbty (The) rat. (Chromo.) 
Old (The) witch. (Cbromo.) 



McLaughlin bros., New York: 

Prodigal's (Tbe) return. (Chromo.) 
Rajah (The) and his pipe. (Chromo.) 
Robin redbreast. (Chromo.) 
Stop thief. (Chromo.) 
Three blind mice. (Chromo.) 
Macmillan co., New York : 

Schiller's Wilhelni Tell, with intro- 
duction and notes by W. H. Car- 
ruth. (Books: 1.) 
Mannfeld (William Chester), Indianapo- 
lis, Ind. : 

(An.) Put-in-bay. Waltz. (Piano.) 
(Music.) 
Martin (David), Harrisburg, Pa. : 

Pennsylvania superior court reports, 
v. 5. By Wilson C. Kress, state 
reporter, aud Edw r ard P. Allinson, 
assistant state reporter. (Books: 

L) 
Masselt (Stephen), United States: 

(Au.) Watching for the step upon 

tbe stair. Soug. (Vocal.) (Music.) 

Matthews (Geo. E.) & co., Buffalo, N. Y. : 

Men of New York, part 7. (Books: 1) 

Mentzer (J. C. ), Harrisburg. Pa. : 

Hotel directory and special rate book. 
(Books: 2.)^ 
Metropolitan life insurance co., New- 
York : 
20-year term and endowment policy, 
being edition of Jan. 1, 1898. 
(Books: 2.) 
Meyer (J. G. H.), Paterson, N. J. : 

(An.)- Easy lessons iu mechanical 
drawing and machine design, pt. 9. 
(Books': 2.) 
Michigan trust co.. Grand Rapids, Mich. : 
Hordenpyl (A. G. ). Last wills and 
testaments. [2d ed.] (Hooks: 2.) 
Miner (H. C.) lithograph co., New York: 
(Lithograph.) Two little vagrants. 
"Fan Tan protecting Claude.'' no. 
603?. 1 sheet. (Lithograph.) 
Mitchell (John J.) co.. New York: 

American fashions, Jan., 1898. Men's 
fashions. (Miscellaneous design.) 
Molineux (Geo.), New York: 

Danks (H. P.). We will rejoice and 
be glad. Easter anthem in B rlat. 
(Vocal.) (Music.) 
Murray (James R.) : 

There's sunshine after rain. Song 
and chorus. By James tf. Murray. 
(Vocal.) (Music.) 
National cash register co., Dayton, Ohio: 
Joe Jefferson's great talk. (Books: 
2.) 
Nebraska telephone co., Omaha, Nebr. : 
The Nebraska telephone co. direc- 
tory. [List no. 61.] (Books: 2.) 
Neely (F.Tennyson). New York: 

A vies (S F.). The Brown-Laurel 
marriage. (Books: 1.) 



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New Yorker staats-zeitung, New York: 
Die gliickliehe frau. Roman von 
Adolf Mi.brandt. Chaps. 4, 5, 6. 

(Hooks: 3.) 
Niekerson (IS. S.), Philadelphia : 

••Eight (The) of the evening.*' 

(Photograph.) 
"Young (A) farmer." (Photograph.) 
Nicolai ( Eugene). New Bedford, Mass. : 

Caprice. (Photograph.) 
Noel (A.). Paris, France : 

Sol f ego mannscrit. A changementa 
de clefs, 25 lecons. Seme v., par 
Paul Rougnon. (Music.) 
Nonotuck silk co., Florence. Mass. : 

Cortieelli home needlework. 1898. 
(Hooks: 2.) 
North side hoard of trade, New York: 

The great north side, or borough of 
the Bronx. (Books: 2.) 
Novello. Ewer & co.. New York : 

Bamby (J.). Let all our brethren 
join in one. Hymn for harvest 
thanksgiving. (Yocal.) (Music.) 
Outcault & Connor, New'York: 

Johnny Page's school days. (En- 
gravings.) 
Owen (Anita), Chicago: 

(An.) Goodnight, but not good-bye. 

(Yocal.) (Music.) 
(Au.) How can I leave thee. (Vo- 
cal.) (Music.) 
Oxley (Benjamin H.), Pawtucket, R. I.: 
Lettie's waltz. By Benj. H. Oxley. 
(Piano.) (Music.) 
Palmer (I. E. ). Palmer's patented Ltopia 

hammock. (Books: 2.) 
Palmer & Wood, Danielson, Conn. : 

Todd (F. P.). The hernia catechism. 
Rupture and its treatment. (Books : 
2.) 
Patterson (Americus), Gainesville, Tex. : 
Jeffersou Davis and his cabinet. 
(Photographs.) 
Pattison (J.N. ), New York : 

Tammany (The) society polka ca- 
price. Composed by J. N. Patti- 
son. op. 100. (Piano.) (Music.) 
Paull (E.T. ) music co., New York: 

" He's goin to hab a hot time bye 
and bye.'' Music by E. T. Paull. 
(Yocal.) (Music.) 
Payne (A. H.), Leipzig, Germany : 

Billberg (K.). Gavotte fur piano. 
[Dur unci Moll, heft 4. 2. Jahr- 
gang.] (Piano.) (Music.) 
Pioneer fuel co., Minneapolis, Minn. : 
, Pioneer fuel co.'s monthly weather 
chart. 1896. Dec, 1897. Misc. 
(Chart.) 
Poole bros., Chicago: 

Chicago and northwestern railway. 
(The northwestern line.) Showing- 
direct connections and routes to 
the Klondike and Alaska gold fields. 
(Map: 1.) 



Prentiss (A. H.). Buffalo, N. Y. : 
After taking. (Photograph.) 
Before taking. (Photograph.) 
Taking. ( Photograph.) 
Providence lithograph co., Providence, 
R.I.: 
Dav(The) of judgment, no. 8. May 

22,1898. (Lithograph,) 
Jesus condemned, no. 10. June 5, 

1898. (Lithograph.) 
Jesus crucified. no. 11. June 12, 

1898. . (Lithograph.) 
Lesson (A) on forgiveness, no. 4. 

Apr. 24, 1898.) (Lithograph.) 
Lord's (The) supper, no. 9. May 29, 

1898. (lithograph.) 
Marriage (The) feast, no. 

1898. (Lithograph.) 
Risen (The) Lord. no. 12. 

1898. (Lithograph.) 



The transfiguration, no. 3. 



>. May 8, 
June 19, 
April 17, 
. 5. May 



1898. (Lithograph.) 
Triumphal (The) entrv. no 

1,1898. (Lithograph.) 
Watchfulness, no. 7. May 15, 1898. 

(Lithograph.) 
Woman (The) of Canaan, no. 1. Apr. 

3, 1898. (Lithograph.) 
Putnam's (G. P.) sons, New York: 

Brooke (E.). The confession of 

Stephen Whapshare. Chaps. 1 and 

2. (Books: 1.) 
Morgan (E. V.). Slavery in New 

York. (Half-moon series, vol. 2, 

no. 1.) (Books: 2.) 
Rand, McNally & co., Chicago: 

Barbour (A. M.). Told in the rookies: 
a pen picture of the west. (Books: 1.) 
Rapp (Ryan), Riegelsville, Pa. : 

(Au.) We come to thee. Sacred 

quartet for male voices. (Music.) 

Revell (Fleming H.) co., Chicago: 

Murray (A ). Be filled with the 

spirit. (Hooks: 2.) 

Carnal and spiritual. (Books: 

2.) 

The cure for worry. (Books: 

2.) 

Daily fellowship with God. 

(Books: 2.) 

Have ve received the Holy 

Ghost? (Books: 2.) 

Impossible with man; possible 



with God. (Book* 



'■) 



Out of the grave. (Books: 2.) 

Peter's crisis. (Books: 2.) 

Privilege and experience. 

(Books: 2.) 

To christian workers. (Books: 

2.) 

We can love all the day. (Books: 

2.) 

Ye are the branches. (Books: 

2.) 
Rice (E. I.), Syracuse, N. Y. : 

"Discipline in colors." (Photo- 
graph.) 



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Kieger (W. EL), New York : 

Wood (W. E.). Old (The) German 
Jove song'. (Music.) 
Kieger (Win. H.) and Bissell (D. W.), 
New York: 

Bissell (D. W.). Rest, sweet loved 
one. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
Rieter-Biederinaun (J.), Leipzig, Ger- 
many: 

Praeludium fur pianoforte. A r on Nic- 
olai von Wehu. op. 160, no 1. 
[Suite no. 2, D moll.] (Piano.) 
(Music) 
Kigby (F.K.): 

Behind the mask of life. Song and 

chorus. Music by Fred. K. Rigby. 

(Music.) 

Rinfrok (Henry W. J.), Des Moines, Iowa: 

(Au.) Dream (A). Song. (Music.) 

Robbins (E.E.), Coldwater, Kans. : 

Memorial hymn. Music by Rev. E. E. 
Robbins. (Music.) 
Rohlting sons music co., Milwaukee, Wis. : 
Smith (W. G.). Half- hour studies. 
op. 71. (Ed. Rohlting, no. 30. (Pi- 
ano.) (Music.) 
Rollandet blue print co., Denver, Colo. : 
City of Denver, Colo. [5th ed., Jan. 

1,1898.] (Map.) 
" Index to the Rollandet wall map of 
Denver." (Books: 2.) 
Ruggles-Kitson (Theo. A.), Dorchester, 
Mass. : 

u Seasons greetings." F. A. (Photo- 
graph of statuary.) 
"Three cats." F. A. (Photograph 
of statuary.) 
Rnssuiann, Galland & Wechmar, New 
York : 
My ladye's calendar. 1898. (Books: 
2.) 
Rust (T. D.), Meadville, Pa. : 

Among the dasies. (Photograph.) 
Sanborn-l'erris map co., ltd., New York : 
Ashland, Gratton county, N. H. Dec, 

1897. (Map.) 
Bristol, Gratton countv, N. H. Dec, 

1897. (Map.) 
Cold Spring and Nelsonville, Putnam 
county, X.Y. Dec, 1897. (Map.) 
Constantine, St. Joseph county, 

Mich. Dec, 1897. (Map.) 
Hibbing, St. Louis countv, Minn. 

Dec, 1897. (Map.) 
Monroe, Orange countv, N. Y. Dec, 

1897. (Map.) 
New Hampton, Belknap county, N. H. 

Dec, 1897. (Map.) 
Plymouth, Grafton county, N. H. 

Dec, 1897. (Map.) 
Princeton, Bureau countv, 111. Dec, 

1897. (Map.) 
Watseka, Iroquois county, 111. Dec, 
1897. (Map.) 
Saunders (W. B.), Philadelphia: 

Moore (J. E.) Orthopedic surgery. 
(Books: 1.) 



Schehlmann (Louis), Lynchburg, Va. : 

Good night, good" night, beloved. 
Serenade song. Words by H. W. 
Longfellow . Music by Louis 
Schehlmann. For tenor or so- 
prano. (Music.) 
Schirmer (G.), New York: 

True love land. Song for soprano or 
tenor. Music by Guy d'Hardelot. 
(Music.) 
Schmidt (Arthur P.), Boston: 

Foote(A.). Bin ein fahrender gesell. 
(The wanderer's song.) op. 39, no. 
1. (Music.) 

Ecstasy. By Mrs. H. H. A. Beach. 
[Men's voices.] (Music.) 

Foote (A.). Herbst. (Autumn.) op. 
39, no. 3. (Vocal.) (Music) 

Idyl. By Arthur Foote. op. 34, no. 4. 
[Bagatelles.] (Piano.) (Music.) 

Foote (A.). Miirzeuwind. (The 
March wind.) op. 39,no.2. (Vocal.) 
(Music.) 

Memuon. The poem by Arlo Bates. 
Music by Arthur Foote. (Vocal.) 
( Music, ) 

Nina. By G. P. Pergolese. Arranged 
by Frank,]. Smith. (Vocal. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Foote (A.). Triftiger grand. (A 
good excuse.) op. 39, no. 4. (Vocal.) 
(Music. ) 

Valse pen dansante. By Arthur 
Foote. op. :il. no. 5. [Bagatelles.] 
(Piano.) (Music.) 
Schroeder (J. H.), New York: 

Arrival of the guests. ( Ankommende 
gaste.) Composed for piano by 
Conrad Kind. op. 16, no. 2. (Mu- 
sic) 

Dance of the elves. (Ellen reigen.) 
Composed for piano by Conrad 
Kind. op. 16, no. 3. (Music) 

For the sake of somebody. Music 
by Conrad Kind. op. 14, no. 2. 
(Vocal.) (Music.) 

It is mi, .Jean, thy bonny face. 
Music by Conrad Kind. op. 14, 
no. 3. (Vocal.) (Music.) 

Love's dialogue. (Zwiegespriich.) 
Composed for piano by Conrad 
Kind. op. 16, no. 1. (Music.) 

Merriment. (Festesfreude.) Com- 
posed for piano by Conrad Kind. 
op.- 16, no. 4. (Music) 

Nun (The). Music by Conrad Kind, 
op. 14, no. 1. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
Schuberth (Edward) & co., New York: 

Idol's (The) eye By Victor Herbert. 
Gems for pianoforte arranged 
by Alexander Rihm. (Music.) 

Herbert (V.). The idol's eye. 
Lancers. Arranged by Otto Langeyl 
Edition for orchestra. (Music.) 

Nicholl (II. W.). Six includes and 
figures for the organ, no. 1. G 
minor (single fugue). (Music.) 



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Sfehweig (M.). St. Louis, Mo. : 

Studious moments. (Photograph.) 

Scott (Charles H.). Chicago: 

Combination (A) receiving- and issue 
book for wines and cigars. (Books : 
3.) 
Scri'mer's (Charles) sons. New York: 

Gordy (W. P.). A history of the 
United States. Por schools. 
(Books: 1.) 

Warfield, (B. B.). The significance 
of the Westminster standards as 
a creed. (Books: 1.) 
Shackford (Charles), Boston: 

(An.) First love waltz. (Piano.) 
(Music.) 
Shattinger piano and music co.. St. Louis, 
Mo.: 

Pace (H. T.). Only a mover's wagon. 
(Vocal.) (Music.) 

Edwards (R. W.). True heart of 
iniue. Ballad. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
Sheldon & co., New York: 

Sheldon's spelling and language 
blank. [Vertical script.] 
(Books: 2.) 
Shortstory pub. co.. Boston: 

April, 1898. (Engraving.) 
>howalter-Lincoln co., Dallas, Tex. : 

Sho waiter (A. J.). Lamp and light, 
and others. (Hooks: 1.) 
Siegel's (C. P. W. ) musikalienhandlung, 
Leipzig, Germany: 

Gliiekselige falirt. Lieder unci ge- 
sange von A. A. Naaff. Piir miin- 
nerchor in niusik gesetzt von Mar- 
tin Pliiddemann. 2. Von stiller 
insel. no. 6. (Vocal.) (Music.) 

"Mein Rosslein, der Fried el." Lieder 
unci gesange von A. A. Naaff. Fur 
mannerchor in musik gesetzt von 
M. Pliiddemann. 1. Dersonnezu. 
no. 6. (Vocal.) (Music.) 

Tote (das) herz. Lieder und gesange 
von Anton August Naaff. Fiir 
mannerchor in musik gesetzt von 
Martin Pliiddemann. 2. Von stiller 
insel. no. 5. (Vocal.) (Music.) 

" Wandersehnsucht." Lieder und 
gesange von A. A. Naaff. Piir man- 
nerchor in musik gesetzt von M. 
Pliiddemann. I. Der soune zu no. 
5. (Vocal.) (Music.) 

Zwei herzeu voll treue. Lieder und 
gesange von A. A. Naaff. Piir man- 
nerchor in musik gesetzt von Martin 
Pliiddemann. III. Aus dem dorn- 
busch. no. 5. (Vocal.) (Music.) 

Zwei weisse taubeu. Lieder und 
gesange von A. A. Naaff. Fiir man- 
nerchor in musik gesetzt von M. 
Pliiddemann. III. Aus dem dorn- 
busch. no. 6. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
ioderlund (Albanus). Boston : 

(Au.) Man (The) who struck it rich 
in Klondike. (Vocal.) (Music.) 



Southwell (Geo.), Kansas City. Mo. : 

Major (The) of Simpkiu's band. 
Song. (Music.) 
Standard American pub. co., New York: 
Ridpath (J. C). A working uni- 
versity in the home reference li- 
brary, v. 1, no. 3. (Books: 2.) 
Stern (Jos. W.) & co., New York : 

Williams & Walker. I don't like no 

cheap man. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
If you love me, leave me. Music by 
Monroe H. Rosenfeld. (Vocal.) 
(Music.) 
Since you spurned my gold. Music 
by Monroe H. Rosenfeld. (Vocal.) 
(Music.) 
Stoll (Albert A.). U.S. : 

Shadows (The) on the wall. Music 
by Albert A. Stoll. (Vocal.) (Mu- 
sic.) 
Stow mfg. co., Bingkamton, N. Y. : 

Catalogue no. 7. Stow manufactur- 
ing co. (Books: 2.) 
Strobridge lithographing co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio : 

Asheville poster. [C. no. 1853.] 

(Print.) 
Figure. 1 sheet. (N. Y. no. 7921). 
(Lithograph.) 
Strohmeyer & Wyman, Arlington, N. J. : 
Artist's (The) model. (Photograph.) 
Family cares. (Photograph.) 
Five o'clock tea. (Photograph.) 
"How did doctor bring baby in 

that?" (Photograph.) 
"No buttons again." (Photograph.) 
Orchids. The most wonderful of 

flowers. (Photograph.) 
Private (The) telephone. (Photo- 
graph.) 
"She has symptoms of smallpox." 

(Photograph.) 
Tired of play. (Photograph.) 
Waiting for papa. (Photograph.) 
War in camp. (Photograph.) 
We's mast burdlars, where 'oo keeps 
'op cookies? (Photograph.) 
Tellman (John), Chicago: 

Practical (The) hotel steward. [Part 
21.] (Books: 3.) 
Temple music co.. Chicago: 

Anderson (E. G.). Grandfather's 
story. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
Thompson '(Edward) co., Northport. L. I., 
N. Y. : 

The American and English encyclo- 
paedia of law. v. 6, 2ded. (Books: 

1.) 
Thompson, Brown & co., Boston : 

Duntonian vertical writing. 6. 
(Books: 2.) 
Townsend (George Washington), Phila- 
delphia: 

(Au.) The George W. Townsend 
plan for rehabilitation of financial, 
corporate, and incorporate enter- 
prises. (Books: 2.) 



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Tubbs (F. A.), Bryan, Ohio: 

Rockwell (C. J.)-. "Grenadier 
(The"). March for military band. 
(Music.) 
Universalist pub. house, Boston : 

Tithe -mint talks. . Chap. 7. Shoe- 
leather and pasteboard. (Books: 2.) 
Van Hoagen (Henry J.), New York: 

Swami Abhedanauda. no. 1. (Photo- 
graph.) 

no. 2. (Photograph . ) 

no. 3. (Photograph.) 

no. 4. (Photograph . ) 

Wadleigh (Mrs. L. B. E.), Stevens Point, 
Wis. : 

Ellis (L. B.). Hosea Pardridge; or, 
" You can't cut ice with me.' 7 (Vo- 
cal.) (Music.) 
Walker (Geo. H.) &.co., Boston : 

Metropolitan sewerage district. 
Showing preliminary stndy of high 
level gravity sewer. Boston, Mass. 
Aug.," 1897. (Map.) 
Weeks (Perley), Haverhill, Mass. : 

Boston (The) terrier. (Engraving.) 
West publishing co., St. Paul, Minn. : 

American (The) digest, 1897. Annual. 
(Books: 1.) 
Whitall, Tatum & co.. New York: 

Catalogo, general 1898. Whitall, Ta- 
tnm & co. (Books: 1.) 
White (Jean), Boston: 

"Abends am see." (Evening at the 
seashore.) Characteristic, by 
Franz Behr. op. 252. For violin 
and flute. (Music.) 

Le Barge-Foster. Ah ! so pure. Air 
from Martha (Flotow), for 2 man- 
dolins and guitar. (Music.) 

Abloescher (J.). The beautiful Bos- 
tonian. polka francaise for piano. 

Better than riches and gold. By 
Thos. S. Allen. ('Vocal.) (Music") 

Allen (T.S.). Brockton bells. Polka 
for cornet and piano. (Music.) 

Come along, my honey. Darky end 
song and chorus, by J. W. Wheeler. 
(Music.) 

Spring (N.J.). Cuckoo polka. For 
16 instruments and piano. (Music.) 

Christie (E.). The darkies' picnic. 
Orchestra and piano. (Music.) 

Easter cantate. By B. G. Elvey. 
Arranged by E. Beyer. [For or- 
chestra.] (Music.) 

Prendiville(H.). The eclipse. Med- 
ley overture for piano. 

Frey(E. H.). El Dorado. Spanish 
mazurka. 2 mandolins aud guitar. 
(Music.) 

Dancla(C). Elegie. op. 132. Vio- 
lin and piano. (Music.) 

Elks (The) reunion march. (Two- 
step.) By H. Prendiville. [Band.] 
(Music.) 

Piano. (Music.) 



White (Jean), Boston: 

Stimson (F. W.). Entre act polka. 
For band. (Music.) 

Frey (E. H.). Evening star polka. 
For guitar. (Music.) 

Cox (J. S.). Fantasie Ben Bolt. 
Flute and piano. (Music.) 

Fantasie claremout. Clarinet solo. 
Piano accompaniment. Demersse- 
man. op. 16. Arranged by Paul 
Lange. (Music.) 

Luiqi (A.). Flora, polka brillante. 
2 mandolins and guitar. (Music.) 

Le Barge-Foster. Gavotte. Forget 
me not. (Giese.) For 2 mando- 
lins and guitar. (Music.) 

Le Barge. Gavotte. Shower of 
roses. xMandolin, guitar, and piano. 
(Music.) 

Prendiville (H.). Gems of Scotland. 
Waltzes. (Piano.) (Music.) 

Dinsmore (L.). The girl from Paris. 
Polka. Orchestra and piano. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Piano. (Music.) 

Floridini (E.P.). Going home to 
mother. (Vocal.) (Music.) 

Abloescher (J.). Hand in hand. 
Polka mazurka. For piano. (Mu- 
sic. ) 

Floridini) E. P.). Heart of gold. 
(Music.) 

Jungmaun (A.). Heimweh (long- 
ing). Fantasie. Flute and piano. 
Arranged by Win. Popp. op. 230. no. 
9. (Music.') 

Hits of the day. Medley quadrille. 
By H. Prcudivelle. [Orchestra.] 
(Music.) 

Bennett. In the ring galop. 2 man- 
dolins and guitar. Arranged by 
J. A. Le Barge. (Music.) 

Dinsmore (L.). Indian summer. 
Waltz. For piano. (Music.) 

Jester (The) polka. By A. Mueller. 
[Orchestra.] (Music.) 

LaGuardia. LaCastigliana. Waltzes. 
2 mandolins and guitar. Arranged 
by Le Barge. (Music.) 

St. Clair (F. J.). Lady of the lake. 
March, op. 21. (Orchestra and 
piano.) (Music.) 

Christia (E.). Thelastman. Galop. 
[Orchestra and piano.] (Music.) 

Luigi (A.). Lcontina mazurka. 2 
mandolins and guitar. (Music.) 

Popp(W.). The little postillion. Fan- 
tasie. Flute and piano. (Music.) 

Tracy (G. L.). The love of my 
dreams. Ballad for contralto or 
barytone. (Music.) 

Dinsmore (L). Love's constancy. 
For barytone in E flat. (Music.) . 

Frey (E.H.). Love's dream. Sere- 
nade. Guitar and piano. (Music.) 



139 



INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continte i> 



White (Jean), Boston: 

Bennett (C.W.). Love's intoxication. 
(LTvresse d'amour). Waltzes. 
For piano. (Music.) ■ 

Dinsmore (L.). Love's recompense. 
Melody for cornet and piano. 
(Music.) 

Bela. Lustspiel overture. Arranged 
for 2 mandolins and guitar. By Le 
Barge-Foster. (Music. ) 

Lauer (F.). March. Aurora. For 
brass band. (Music.) 

Flockton (J. M.). March. Company 
F. For band. (Music.) 

Schoeppe (J.). March. Gerophinen. 
For brass band. (Music.) 

Bendix(T.). March. The red cross. 
For band. (Music.) 

Orchestra and piano. (Music.) 

St. Clair (F. J.). March, Satellite. 
op. 24. Orchestra and piano. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Clement (F. W.). March, W. L. I. 
For band. (Music.) 

Rose (P. S.). March, Whittaker. 
Orchestra and piano. (Music.) 

Luigi(A.). Mimnii waltz. Forman- 
dolin, piano, and guitar. (Music.) 

2 mandolins and guitar. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Tracy (G. L.). The moru we met. 
Song for barytone. (Music. ) 

Bendix (C). My heart will be the 
same. Song and chorus. (Music.) 

On easv street. March, by J. H. 
Wood's, op. 113. [Band.] (Mu- 
sic.) 

Purely. Pedrillo, Spanish dance. 
For 2 mandolins and guitar. (Mu- 
sic.) 

A.). Pillsbury march. 

(Music.) 
Polacca picaroon. Pic- 
Arranoed bv P. Lange. 



Yittum (D. 

For band. 
Green (T.). 

colo solo. 

(Music.) 
Popp (W.). 

and piano, 
Bennett (C 

waltzes. 



Polonaise. For flute 

(Music.) 
. W.). Queen Marion, 
2 mandolins and guitar. 



Arranged by Le Barge. (Music.) 

Milloecker (O.). Quick as lightning 
galop. Arranged by E. Beyer. Or- 
chestra. (Music.) 

Luigi (A.). The request. Serenade. 
For guitar. (Music.) 

Barker (G.). Reverie. For guitar. 
(Music.) 

Popp (Wm.)and(Spohr.) Romance. 
La Rose. Flute and piano, op. 
228. (Music.) 

Christie (E.). Sailing- on the sound. 
Schottische. For piano. (Music.) 

Behr(F.). 2dnocturne. op. 183, no. 
2. Flute, violin, and piano. (Mu- 
sic.) 



White (Jean), Boston: 

Gounod (G\). Selection from the 
opera '• Faust."' For violin, 'cello, 
and piano, by Ed. Beyer. (Music.) 

for violin, viola and. tlnte. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Verdi. Selection from the opera 
La Traviata. Yiolin, 'cello, and 
piano. Arranged bv Ed. Beyer. 
(Music.) 

Yiolin, viola, and piano. Ar- 
ranged by Ed. Beyer. (Music.) 

Armstrong (W. P.). Serenade. Yio- 
lin and piano. (Music.) 

Dotd (C.J.). Sextette from Lucia, 
(Donizetti.) op. 37. 2 mando- 
lins and guitar. (Music.) 

Christie (E.). Shower of pearls. 
Mazurka. Band. (Music.) 

Skipping-rope dance. Orches- 
tra and/piano. (Music.) 

Piano. (Music.) 

Blake (C. D.). Skirt dance. For 
piano. (Music.) 

St. Quentiu (E.). Skirt dance. Mar- 
guerita. Arranged by Paul Lange. 
Orchestra. (Music.) 

Glynn (T. E.). Sounds from Africa. 
For orchestra and piano. Ar- 
ranged by Ed. Beyer. (Music.) 

Czibnlka (A.). Stolen hearts. 
Waltzes. Arranged for 2 man- 
dolins and guitar, by Le Barge. 
(Music.) 

Woods (J. H.). Svengali waltzes, 
op. 77. For orchestra and piano. 
(Music.) 

Lange (P.). ^ weet little Katie Clare. 

Medlev waltz. Orchestra and piano. 
(Music.) 

True (L. C). The sweetest of all. 
Song. (Music.) 

Barker (G.). Swiss mazurka. Tyro- 
lienne. Guitar and piano. (Music.) 

Teddy's letter. By Frank Gaylord. 
(Yocal.) (Music.) 

Luigi (A.). Trilby's dream. Ro- 
mance. For guitar. (Music.) 

Pugh (J.L Trio. C major. Ar- 
ranged for 2 mandolins and guitar, 
by M. Jacobi. (Music.) 

Le Borge-Foster. Turkish march. 
(Mozart.) 2 mandolins and guitar. 
(Music.) 

Lange (P.). Uncle Jasper's march. 
Two-step. For band. (Music.) 

Orchestra and piano. (Music.) 

Rossini. Yiolin quartet. Introduc- 
tion to "Semiramide." Arranged 
by A. E. Harris. (Music.) 

Dim-more (L.). Waltz. Indian sum- 
mer. Orchestra and piano. (Music.) 

Goold (W.). Whisp 'ring love. Song. 
(Music.) 

Strauss (Ed.). Withoutdelay. Galop. 
Orchestra. (Music.) 



140 



IXDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



White (Jean), Boston: 

Ye merry makers' march. By C. AY. 
Bennet. [Orchestra.] (Music.) 
White (S. S.) dental manf. co., Philadel- 
phia: 

Black (G.Y.). Descriptive anatomy ! 
of the human teeth. Fourth ed. 
(Books: 1.) 
White-Smith music pub. co., Boston: 

Dream, love, dream. Waltz. Song j 

by Frederick W. Foote. (Music.) j 

"Only you." Song for medium voice. I 

By Robert Cove rley. (Music.) 
Thou lov'st not me. Song for me- 
dium voice. Bv Robert Coverlev. 
(Music.) 
Whitman (John M.), New York: 

There is no such disease as catarrh. 
(Books: 2.) 
Willcox & Gibbs sewing machine co., 
New York : 

Directions for using Willcox & Gibbs 
automatic silent sewing machine. 
(Boohs: 2.) 
Williams (Arthur F.) : 

(Au.) Don't forget vour Maggie. | 

(Yocal.) (Music.) 
(An. ) I'll surprise the old folks. 

(Yocal.) (Music.) 
McConnell (E.). My heart is with 
the dead. (Yocal.) (Music.) 
Williams (Joseph), Loudon. England: 
L'enfant dort. (Petite berceuse.) 
Deux esquisses pour le piano. By 
Felix Borowski. op. 5, no. 1. (Mu- 
sic.) 
L'enfant s"amuse. (Tempo di min- 
uetto.) Deux esquisses pour le 
piano. By Felix Borowski. op. 5, 
no. 2. (Music.) 
Williams (Dr.) medical co.. Schenectady, 
N. Y. : 
Directions for using Dr. Williams's 
pink pills for pale people. ( Books : 
2.) 



Willig (George) & co., Baltimore, Md. : 
Butterfly (The) and the bee. By 
Dan Emerson. (Song.) (Music.) 
Winchell (Julia F. L.), New York: 

Winch ell (A.). Sketches of creation. 
(Books: 1.) 
Windsor music co., Chicago: 

Morse (T. F.) and Browne (R. A.). 
It's hard to lose the girl you love. 
(Yocal.) (Music.) 
Witmark (M.) & sons, New York: 

Kirkham (A. C). Bay state march. 

(Music.) 
Abeles (E.) and Bendix (T.). Bea- 
trice. Song and chorus. (Music.) 
Dearest mine. Song. Music by 

James B. Oliver. (Music.) 
Silberberg (J. A. ) Dream of the bal- 
let. Dance characteristic. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Uncle Jasper's ball. By Sam W. 
Cousins. (Vocal.) (Music.) 
Wolf (George Aloys). Wilmington, Del.: 
Bird's eye view of river front, show- 
ing proposed harbor improvements. 
(Engraving.) 
Woods (Francis M.), Chicago: 

N. E. A. (The). Complete language 
study. (Books: 2.) 
Woodward (Wm. <).. jr.). Baltimore, Md. : 
Street-car directory of the citv of 
Baltimore, Md. Dec. 1897. 
(Books: 2.) 
Wulschner & son. Indianapolis, Ind. : 
Sassier .A. H.). Papa's lullabv. 
(Yocal.) (Music.) 
Yuugbluth (Dora) : 

Belle (The) of Broadway. Music by 
Dora Yuugbluth. (Music.) 
Zeigler electric co., Boston: 

Physical apparatus for use with 
Avery's elementary phvsics. 
(Books: 2.) 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 

Office of the Register of Copyrights, 

Washington, D. C. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AXD OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, I). G, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
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Vol. 14, no. 3. 
Whole no. 343— January 17-23, 1898 



CONTEXTS. 

I. Books: Page. Page. 

(1) Books proper 143 V. Maps and Charts 198 

(2) Miscellaneous 157 VI. Engravings, Cuts, and Prints 199 

(3) Newspaper and Magazine articles. 167 VII. Chromos and Lithographs 199 

H. Dramatic Compositions 169 VIII. Photographs 200 

III. Periodicals 170 XI. Index of Copyright Proprietors — 208 

IV. Musical Compositions and Collec- 

tions of Music 179 



W A S H I X G T X : 

GOVE RNM EXT PRINTING OFFICE. 

1898. 



[EXPLANATION. — The author and title are arranged alphabetically under ten rubrics, as shown in the 
table of contents, and are followed by one index of proprietors. 

I. BOOKS— (1) BOOKS PROPER. 

(Arranged alphabetically by authors. Collections of music -will be found under "IV. Musical 
Compositions.'" For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Authors. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Abbott (Lyman) and others. The new Puritanism 
papers during the semicentennial celebration of 
Plymouth Church. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1847-1897. With 
introduction by Rossiter W. Raymond. 12°. New 
York, Fords, "Howard & Hulbert, 1898. (71776. 
Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 1 

Aids to endeavor, consisting of selections from stand- 
ard authors designed for the public and private use 
of the Y. P. S. C. E. Introduction by Francis E. 
Clark. 16°. Boston. Lothrop pub. co., [n. d.] 
(1898, no. 7177. Jan. 22, 1898.) 2 

Ainslie (Peter). Plain talks to young men on vital 
issues. 16°. St. Louis, Christian pub. co., 1897. 
(1898, no. 8795. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 3 

Alabama. Reports of cases argued and determined in 
the supreme court of Alabama during the November 
term, 1895, and November term, 1896. By Phares 
Coleman, state reporter, v. 112. 8°. Montgomery, 
Brown printing co., 1898. (1898, no. 11688. Rec'd 
Jan. 20, 1898.) 4 

Allen (John R.). The itinerant's guide. A book in- 
tended for the guidance of young preachers of the 
Methodist Episcopal church, south, in the discharge 
of all pastoral duties. 12 c . Nashville, Pub. house 
M.E. church, south. Barbee & Smith, 1897. (68758. 
Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 5 

Allen (William). The Southland columbiad and other 
poems. In two parts. 12°. Nashville, Tenn., Pub- 
lishing house of the M. E. church, south. Barbee & 
Smith, 1897. (68754. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 6 

Andrews (William Loring). New Amsterdam, New 
Orange, New York. A chronologically arranged ac- 
count of engraved views of the city from the first 
picture published in 1651 until the year 1800. 8°. 
New York, Dodd, Mead & co., 1897. "(1898, no. 6699. 
Rec"d Jan. 20,1898.) 7 

Andrews (W. P.). Two epistles: (I) To professors of 
perfect love. (II) To opposers of the ''Second 

' blessing." Edited by Juo.~J. Tigert. 12°. Nash- 
ville. Tenn., Pub. house of the M. E. church, south. 
Barbee & Smith, agents, 1897. (68755. Rec'd Jan. 
17,1898.) 8 

Anthony's standard business directory and reference 
book of Portland and vicinity, Saco,"aud Biddeford, 
Maine. 8°. [n. i.] (65305. *Rec"d Jan. 20, 1898.) 9 



Fordsj Howard & Hulbert, 
New York. 



Lothrop pub. co., Boston. 



Christian pub. co., 

St. Louis, Mo. 



Joseph F. Johnston, 

Montgomery, Ala. 



John R. Allen, 

Georgetown, Tex. 



William Allen, Erudia, Tex. 



William Loring Andrews, 
New York 



W. P. Andrews, 

Hollister, Cal. 



Anthony pub. co. 

Portland. Me. 



143 



144 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



AUTHOKS. 



Atkins (James). See Kirkland (W. D.). The young 
people's hymnal, 1897. . 

Augusta, Ga. (Georgia directory co.'s directory of). 
1898. v. 14. 8~. Richmond, Va., J. L. Hill ptg. co., 
[n. d.] (1898, no. 3805. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) ' 10 

Banks (John S.). A manual of Christian doctrine. 
1st American from 4th English ed. Edited with in- 
troduction and additions by Jno. J. Tigert. 12 c . 
Nashville, Pub. house M. E. church, south, 1897. 
(Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 11 

Baskervill (William Malone). Charles Egbert Crad- 
dock. 16°. Nashville. Tenn., Barbee & Smith, 
fn. d.] [Southern writers, no. 8, Feb., 1898.] (68743. 
Rec'd Jan. 17,1898.) 12 

George AY. Cable. 16 . Nashville, Tenn., Barbee 

& Smith, [n. d.] [Southern writers, no. 7, Jan.. 
1898.] (68744. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 13 

Sidney Lanier. 16 = . Nashville, Tenn., Barbee & 

Smith, [n. d.] [Southern writers, nos. 4. 5, and 6, 
Oct.-Dec, 1896. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 14 

Southern writers. Biographical and critical stud- 
ies, v. 1. 16 J . Nashville, Tenn., Pub. house M. E. 

church, south, Barbee & Smith, 1897. (68742. Rec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 15 

Baugh (May Elizabeth). Her fortune, her misfortune. 
A novel. 12°. London and New York. F. Tennvsnn 
Neely, [n. d. ] (1898, no. 5163. Rec'd Jan.' 22, 
1898.) 16 

Bays (Davis H.). The doctrines and dogmas of Mor- 
monism examined and refuted. 12 c . St. Louis, Mo., 
Christian pub. co., 1897. (1'898, no. 8799. Rec'd Jan. 
17,1898.) 17 

Berry (Charles A.). See Abbott (Lyman) and others. 
The new puritanism. 1898. 

Birdsall (William Wilfred) and Jones (Rufus A.) and 
others, editors and compilers. Famous authors and 
the best literature of England and America, con- 
taining the lives of English and American authors 
in story form. 8°. [n. i.] (48208. Rec'd Jan. 18, 
1898.) 18 

The literature of America and our favorite au- 
thors, containing the lives of our noted American 
and favorite English authors, together with choice 
selections from their writings. 8 C . Philadelphia, 
John C. Winston & co., [n. d.] (Rec'd Jan. 18. 
1898.) 19 

Shepp's literary world. Containing the lives of 

our noted American and favorite English authors, 
together with choice selections from their writings. 
8°. Philadelphia, Shepp pub. co., [n. d.l (61961. 
Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 20 

Bompiani (Sophia Y.). A short history of the Italian 
Waldenses who have inhabited the valleys of the 
Cottian Alps from ancient times to the" present. 
12- . New York, A. S. Barnes & co., 1897. (39759. 
Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) o\ 



Copyright Proprietors. 



J.L. Hill ptg co., 

Richmond, Va. 

Barbee & Smith, book 
agents of the M.E church, 
south. Nashville, Tenn. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



F. Tennyson Neely, 

New York and London. 



Christian pub. co., 

St. Louis, Mo. 



W. E. Scull, Philadelphia. 



Do. 



Do. 



A. S. Barnes & co., 

New York 






145 
BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Book (The) of Ruth and the Book of Esther. 8°. New Will Bradley, 
York, Published for Will Bradley by R. H. Rus- 
Bell, [11. d.] [Bible.] (1898, no. 6968. Rec'd Jan. 
21. 189S ) 2 



New York. 



See California. 
1898. 



Notes on the 



Macaulay. 
Described 



Boone (Charles T.). 
California reports. 

Bradford (Amory H.). See Abbott (Lyman) and 
others. The new puritanism. 1898. 

Brewster (W. T.). See Morley (John), 

Brinkley (F., editor). Japan. Section 5. 
and illustrated by the Japanese. Written by emi- 
nent Japanese authorities and scholars. With an 
essay on Japanese art by Kakuzo Okakura. f°. 
Boston, J. B. Millet co., [n. d.] (1898, no. 6369. Rec'd 
Jan. 18, 1898.) 23 

Section 6. Described and illustrated by the Jap- 
anese. Wri i ten by eminent Japanese authorities and 
scholars. With an essay on Japanese art by Kakuzo 
Okakura. f°. Boston, J. B. Millet co., [n. d.] (1898, 
no. 6370. Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 



J. B. Millet co., New York, 



Do. 



24 



Brower (Jacob V.). Quivira. Memoirs of explorations Jacob Y. Brower, 
in the basin of the Mississippi, v. 1. f °. St. Paul, St. Paul, Minn. 

Minn., 1898. (1898, no. 3849. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 25 



Brown ( W. H., compiler). Telegraphic cable code for 
the private use of Simon Borg & co., New York, and 
A. Keyser& co., London. Jan., 1898. f°. New York, 
Hartfield telegraphic code pub. co., [n. d.l. (Rec'd 
Jan. 22, 1898.) 26 

Brunell (Frank H., editor). The American sporting 
manual for 1898. A book of reference, from Jan. 1, 
1897, to Jan. 1, 1898, of all sporting records. 16°. 
Chicago, Daily racing form pub. co., [n. d.] (1898, 
no. 5830. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898. ) 27 

California. Notes on the California reports. Showing 
the present value as authority of the decisions of the 
supreme court of California as determined by subse- 
quent decisions of this court, the courts of last re- 
sort of sister States, and the Federal courts. By 
Charles T. Boone, v. 1. 8 J San Francisco, Ban- 
croft-Whitney co., 1898. (1898,no.6720. Rec'd Jan. 
20,1898.) 28 

Caruahan (J. Worth). Manual of the civil war and 
key to the Grand Army of the Republic and kindred 
societies. Rev. ed. 8°. Chicago, Easel monument 
ass'n., 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 29 

Cheyne (T. K.,* translator). The book of the Prophet 
Isaiah. Anew English translation. Printed in col- 
ors, exhibiting the composite structure of the book, 
with explanatory notes and pictorial illustrations. 
' 4°. New York, Dodd, Mead & co., 1898. [The sacred 
hooks of the Old and New Testaments, pt. 10.] 
(Rec'd Dec. 30, 1897.) 30 

Chown's (C. M.) retail reports. Miami county, Ohio. 
2d ed. f°. Lima, Chown commercial co., [n. d.] 
(65633. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 31 



Hartfield telegraphic code 
pub. co., New York. 



Frank H. Brunell, Chicago. 



Bancroft- Whitney co., 

San Francisco, Cal. 



J. Worth Caruahan, 



Chicago. 



Paul Haupt, 



Baltimore, Md. 



Chown commercial co., 

Lima, Ohio. 



146 

BOOKS (PEOPLE)— Continued. 



Authors. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Chreitzberg (A. M.). Early niethodism in the Caro- 
linas. Prepared at the request of the South Carolina 
conference. 8 C . Nashville, Pub. house of the M. E. 
church, south. Barbee& Smith. 1897. (68756. Eec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 32 

Clark (Francis E.). Introduction by. See Aids to en- 
deavor. 

Cleveland (Lucy). The scarlet-veined and other po- 
ems. 12°. New York, A. D. F. Randolph co., 1897. 
(69537. Eec'd Jau. 19, 1898.) 



33 

Colton (Julia ■M.). Annals of Switzerland. 12 c . Xew 
York, A. S. Barnes & co., 1897. (39760. Rec'd Jan. 
21,1898.) 31 

Coogler (J. Gordon). Purely original verse. Com- 
plete works, and a number of new productions, in 
one volume. Revised, illustrated, and published by 
the author. 16°. [Columbia, S. C, J. G. Coogler. 
1897.] (68160. Eec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 35 

Cook (David J.). Hands up; or, thirty-live years of 
detective life in the mountains and on the plains. 
Eeminiscences by Gen. D. J. Cook, chief of the Rocky 
mountain detective association. Compiled by John 
AY. Cook. A condensed criminal history of the far 
west. 8°. Denver, W. F. Bobinson printing co., 1897. 
(71061. Eec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 36 

Cook (John TV., compiler). See Cook (David J.). 
Hands up. 1897. 

Cooper (James Fenimore). Historical stories of Amer- 
ican pioneer life as told in the famous leatherstock- 
ing tales, the last of the Mohicans, the pathfinder, 
the pioneers, the deerslayer, the prairie. 4°. Phila- 
delphia, Chicago, Toronto, John C. Winston & co., 
[n. d.] (17515. Eec'd Jau. 18, 1898.) 37 

Cordeiro (F. J. B.). The barometrical determination of 
heights. A practical method of barometrical level- 
ling and hypsometry for surveyors and mountain 
climbers. 16 c . Xew York, Spon & Chamberlain: 
London, E. & F. M. Spon, limited, 1898. (Eec'd Jan. 
17,1898.) 38 

Corpier (Lula Belle). Dreams aud realities. A book 
of poems. 12-. Nashville, Tenn., Publishing house 
of the M. E. church, south, 1897. (68760. Eec'd Jan. 
17,1898.) 39 

Crew (Henry) and Basquin (Olin H.) editors. Pocket 
hand-book of electro-glazed luxfer prisms. 16 . 
[n.i.] (1898, no. 192. Eec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 40 

Crockett (S. B.). A woman of fortune. Chaps. 1-5. 
Xew York, uodd, Mead & co., 1898. (70808. Eec'd 
Jan. 22, 1898.) II 

Crooks (George E.). The story of the Christian 
church. 8°. Xew York, Eaton & Mains: Cincin- 
nati, Curts & Jennings, 181)7. (66827. Eec'd Jan. 
22,1898.) 42 

Crowe (Enoch M.). A review of "The problem 
solved.'' (G. H. Hayes, D. 1).). Edited by Jno. J. 
Tigert. 16 c . Nashville, Tenn., Pub. house of the 
M. E. church, south, Barbee cV Smith, 1897. (Rec'd 

Jan. 17, 1898.) 43 



A. M. Chreitzberg, 

Moultrie ville, S. C. 



A. D. F. Bandolph co., 

Xew York. 



A. S. Barnes & co., 

Xew York. 



J. Gordon Coogler, 

Columbia, S. C. 



I). J. & J. W. Cook, 



W. E. Scull, Philadelphia. 



F. J. B. Cordeiro. 



Lula Belle Corpier. 



American luxfer prism co., 
Chicago. 



S. E. Crockett, 

London, Eng. 

Eaton & Mains, 

Xew York. 



Enoch M. Crowe, 

I'arkersburg, W. Va. 



147 

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Authors. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Davis (Daniel Webster). 'Wek clown Souf, and other 
poems. 12°. Cleveland, Helnian-Taylor co., 1897. 
(b7169. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 41 

De Leon (T. C). An innocent cheat; or, episodes of 
the everlasting eomedv. 16°. New York, F. Tenny- 
son Neely, [n. d.] (61692. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 15 

Descriptive catalogue of an important keramic col- 
lection of Japanese and Chinese pottery, etc. 
Selected bv Mr. Bunkio Matsuki. 8°. [n. i.] 
(Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 16 

Diehel (J. H.). A new method with U. S. history 
and civics. 12°. West Unity, Ohio, Published by 
the author. (71122. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 17 

Dixon (Milton A.), editor. Responsive worship for the 
Bible service. 8°. Springfield, Milton A. Dixon, 
1897. (68128. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 18 

Dowling (W. W.). The normal instructor: a series 
of normal Bible studies for teachers, classes, in- 
stitutes, and assemblies. Part 1— The land. 12°. 
St. Louis, Christian pub. co., 1897. (1898, no 8793. 
Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 19 

Duncan (James A.). Being a Christian. 21°. Nash- 
ville, Pub. house of the M. E. church, south. Bar- 
bee & Smith, 1897. (68719. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 

50 

Early American poetry, V. See Wolcott (Roger), 1898. 

Engineers' practical test, illustrated. A guide for all 
men employed in and about power plants. Exten- 
sively revised. 24°. Chicago, Laird & Lee, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 51 

Fairhurst (Alfred). Organic evolution considered. 
12 c . St. Louis, Christian publishing co., 1897. 
(1898, no. 8798. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 52 

Fall (The) River directory, 1898. No. 29. 8 C . Boston, 
Sampson, Murdoch & co. : Fall River, Geo. E. Barn- 
ford, Robert Adams, [n. d.'J (1898, no. 4305. Rec'd 
Jan. 18, 1898.) - 53 

Fisher (Irving). See Phillips (Andrew) and Fisher 
(Irving). Elements in geometry, 1898. 

Fitzgerald (O. P.). The whetstone. The day and 
the word. 32°. Nashville, Tenn.. Publishing house 
of the M. E. church, south. Barbee & Smith, 1897. 
(68745. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 54 

Five hundred stories and illustrations adapted to the 
Christian year for the use of catechists, teachers, and 
preachers. Edited bv Walker Gwvnne. 12°. New 
York, London, James Pott & co., 1897. (59690. 
Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 55 

Foster (Randolph S.). God: nature and attributes. 
8°. Jsew York, Eaton & Mains: Cincinnati, Carts 
& Jennings, 1897. [Studies in theologv. -V.] 
(64889. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 56 

Furness (Horace Howard, translator). The book of 
Psalms. A new English translation, with explana- 
tory notes and an appendix on the music of the 
ancient Hebrews, by J. Wellhausen. 4°. New 
York, D°dd, Mead & co., 1898. [The sacred books 
of the Old and New Testaments, pt. 14.] (1 copy 
rec'd Dec. 31, 1897, and 1 copy rec'd Feb. 23, 1898.) 57 



Helnian-Taylor co., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

F. Tennyson Neely, 

New York. 



Bunkio Matsuki, Boston. 



J. H. Diebel, 

West Unity, Ohio. 

Milton A. Dixon, 

Springfield, Mass. 

Christian pub. co., 

St. Louis, Mo. 



James A. Duncan, 

Kansas City, Mo. 



Wm. H. Lee, 



Chicago. 



Christian publishing co., 

St. Louis, Mo. 



Sampson, Murdoch & co., 
Boston. 



Barbee & Smith, 

Nashville, Tenn. 



James Pott & co., 

New York and London, 



Eaton & Mains, 



New York. 



Paul Haupt, Baltimore, Md. 



148 

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Authors. 



Copyeight Proprietors. 



Gage (Hanuo W.) and Strout (Charles A.). The new 
Maine townsman, containing the statutory laws of 
Maine, respecting the duties of town officers. Re- 
vised to Jan. 1, 1898. Examined and approved by 
S. C. Strout. 8°. Portland, Bailev & Noyes, [n. d.] 
(Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 58 

Gardner (R. W., editor). Chemically pure hypophos- 
phites. Therapeutical indications with clinical 
data. 15th ed. 8°. New York, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
18,1898.) 59 

Garrison (J. H.). Half-hour studies at the cross. 16°. 
St. Louis, Mo., Christian pub. co., 1895. (1898, no. 
8792. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 60 

Garrison (J. H.) See McLean (A.). A circuit of the 
globe, 1897. 

Gladden (Washington). See Abbott (Lyman) and 
others. The new puritanism, 1898. 

Gordon (George H.). See Abbott (Lyman) and others. 
The new puritanism, 1898. 

Gould (George M., editor in chief), and others. The 
American year-book of medicine and suro-erv, 1898. 
4°. Philadelphia. W. B. Saunders, 1898. (1898, no. 



Bailey & Noyes, 

Portland, Me. 



R. W. Gardner, 



New York. 



Christian pub. co., 

St. Louis, Mo. 



4036. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 



6J 



W. B. Saunders, 

Philadelphia. 



Grafton (Thomas W.). Alexander Campbell, leader of Christian pub. co., 
the great reformation of the nineteenth century. St. Louis, Mo. 

With an introduction by Herbert L. Willett. 12°. 
St. Louis, Mo., Christian pub. co., 1897. (1898, no. 
8800. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 62 

Gwynne (Walker, editor). See Five hundred stories J 
and illustrations, 1897. 

Haight & Freese's guide to investors. Information ' Haight & Freese, 
to investorsand operators instocks, grain, provisions, New York, 

and cotton [etc.]. obi. 8°. [n. i.] (1898, no. 5599. 
Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 63 

Hale (Edwin M.). Saw palmetto. (Sabal serrulata. 
Serenoa serrulata.) Its history, botany, chemistry, 
pharmacology, provings, clinical experience, and 
therapeutic applications. 16 c . Philadelphia, 
Boericke & Tafel, 1898. (65262. Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898. ) 

64 

Hills (W. J.) and Ausherman (B. M.), compilers. 
Klondike. Mining laws, rules and regulations of the 
United States and Canada, applicable to Alaska and 
Northwest Territory. 24°. Seattle, Wash., W. J. 
Hills and B. M. Ausherman, [n.d.l (Rec'd Jan. 18, 
1898.) 65 

Hoss (E. E.). Sunday-school studies; or, expository 

and homiletical notes on the international lessons for 

1898. Withmaps. 12 J . Nashville, Pub. house M. E. 

church, south, Barbee & Smith, agents, [n. d.l 

(68746. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 66 

Hubbard (Elbert). George Washington. January, 
1898. 16°. New York and London, G. P. Putnam's 
sons, [n. d.] [Little journeys to the homes of Ameri- 
can statesmen, v. 4, no. 1.] (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898. ) 67 



Boericke & Tafel, 

Philadelphia. 



W. J. Hills and B. M. 
Ausherman, 

Seattle, Wash. 



Barbee & Smith, book 
agents of the M.E. church, 
south, Nashville, Tenn. 



G. P. Putnam's sons, 

New York. 






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Hnggins (Mollie). Tried and true. Tennessee model 
household guide. Practical help in the household. 
12°. Nashville, Tenn., Puh. house M. E. church, 
south. 1897. ( Kec'd Jan. 17, 1898. ) 6$ 

Hughes (William H.). Baptism: the mode and sub- 
jects. A plaiu argument from the authorized Eng- 
lish version. Edited by Jno. J. Tigert. 12°. Nash- 
ville, Tenn., Pub. house M. E. church, south, Barbee 
& Smith, agents, 1897. (68718- Kec'd Jan. 17, 
1898.) 69 

Hull (Asa, editor). Songs of praise and delight. A 
collection of original and selected songs for Sunday 
schools and voung people's meetings. 12 c . ^"e\v 
York, Asa Hull, [n.d.] (1898, no. 209. Kec'd Jan. 
22,1898.) 70 

Hun (Marcus T., reporter). See New York. Reports 
of cases heard and. determined (etc.), 1897. 

Hutckeson (J. T.). A view of the atonement. With 
an introduction by George B. Stevens. 12 c . New 
York, James Pott & co., 1897. (61160. Rec'd Jan. 
20,1898.) 71 

Ihlseng (M. C). A manual of mining. Based on the 
course of lectures on mining delivered at the school 
of mines of the state of Colorado. Third re vised and 
enlarged editiou. First thousand. 8°. New York, 
John Wiley & sons: London, Chapman & Hall, lim- 
ited, 1898/ (1898, no. 4254. Kec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 72 

Ingersoil (Robert). Christmas sermon. Review by 
Rev. L. A. Lambert. With an introduction bv Rev. 
J. L. Spaldiug. 16°. Akron, Ohio, D. H. McBride & 
co. (1898, no. 5591. Dec. 27, 1897.) 73 

International (The) cyclopaedia. A compendium of 
human knowledge. Rev., with large additions. Edi- 
tor-in chief, H. T. Peck. Associate editors, Selim H. 
Peabody, Charles F. Richardson. In 15 v. v. 1. 4 C . 
New York, Dodd, Mead & co., 1898. (1898, no. 6700. 
Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 

v. 2. 4°. New York, Dodd, Mead & co., 

(1898,no. 6701. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898. ) 

v. 3. 4°. New York, Dodd, Mead & co., 

(1898, no. 6702. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 

v. 4. 4°. New York, Dodd, Mead & co., 

(1898, no. 6703. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 

v. 5. 4°. New York, Dodd, Mead & co., 

(1898, no. 6704. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 

v. 6. 4°. New York, Dodd, Mead & co., 

(1898, no. 6705. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 

v. 7. 4°. New York, Dodd, Mead & co., 

(1898, no. 6706. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 

v. 8. 4°. New York, Dodd, Mead & co., 1898, 

( 1898, no. 6707. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898. ) 

v. 9. 4°. New York, Dodd, Mead & co., 1898. 

(1898, no. 6708. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 

- v. 10. 4°. New York, Dodd, Mead & 



Mollie Hnggins, 

Nashville, Tenn. 



William H. Hughes, 

Dallas. Tex. 



Asa Hull, New York. 



James Pott ct co., 



New York. 



M. C. Ihlseng, 

State College, Pa. 



D.H. McBride & co., 

Akron, Ohio. 



Dodd, Mead & co. 



New Yorh, 



(1898, no. 6709. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 



74 




1898. 
75 


Do 


1898. 
76 


Do. 


1898. 

77 


Do. 


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78 


Do. 


1898. 
79 


Do. 


1898. 
80 


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1898. 
81 


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82 


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83 


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Authors. 



S5 



International (The) cyclopedia, v. 11. 4°. New York, 
Dodd, Mead & co., 1898. (1898, no. 6710. Rec'd Jan. 

21,1898.) 84 

y. 12. 4°. New York, Dodd, Mead & co., 

(1898, no. 6711. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 

New York, Dodd, Mead & co., 
Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 86 

New York, Dodd, Mead & co., 1898. 
Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 87 

New York, Dodd, Mead & co., 1898. 
Rec'd Jau. 21, 1898.) 88 



— y. 13. 4°. 

(1898, no. 6712. 

— y. 14. 4°. 
(1898, no. 6713. 

— v. 15. 4°. 
(1898, no. 6714. 



Irving (Washington). Tlie legend of Sleepy Hollow. 
12°. New York, Published for Will Bradley by 
R. H.Russell, [n. d.] (1898, no. 6967. Rec'd Jan. 21, 
1898.) 89 

Japan. Described and illustrated by the Japanese. 
Sections. f°. [n. i.] (1898, no. 5778. Rec'd Jan. 
17,1898.) 90 

Jones (Rufus M.). See Birdsail (William Wilfred), 
Jones (Rufus M.), and others, compilers and editors. 
Famous authors and the best literature of England 
and America. 

Literature of America. 

Shepp's literary world. 

Joyce (W. J.). New conclusions from old premises. 
12°. Nashville, Tenn., Pub. house M. E chinch, 
south, Barbee & Smith, 1897. (Rec"d Jan. 17, 1898.) 

91 

Kelso (Hugh A., jr.). Interpretative technic. A new- 
and comprehensive method of piano playing. Book 
3. The pedals, their relation to natural movements, 
and to the science of acoustics. f°. Chicago, 11. A. 
Kelso, jr., [n. d.] (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 92 

Book 4. The pedals, when, and when not to use 

them. f°. Chicago, H.A.Kelso, jr., [n.d.l (Rec'd 
Jan. 19, 1898.) 93 

Kerley (T. A.). Conference rights; or, governing prin- 
ciples of the Methodist Episcopal church south, as 
found in the history, legislation, and administration 
of the church. With suggestions as to hurtful tend- 
encies, inherent defects, and needed changes. 
Edited by John J. Tigert. 12°. Nashville, Pub. 
house M. E. church, south, Barbee & Smith, 1898. 
(68753. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 94 

Kirkland (W. D.), Atkins (James) and Kirkpatrick 
(William J.). The young people's hymnal. Adapted 
to the use of Sunday schools, Epworth leagues, 
prayer meetings, and revivals. 8°. Nashville, Pub. 
house of the M. E. church, south, Barbee & Smith, 
1897. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 95 

Kirkpatrick ( William J. ). See Kirkland ( W. D. ). The 
young people's hymnal. 1897. 

Lambert (S. A.). See Ingeisoll (Robert). Christmas 
sermon. 

Lhamon (W. J.). Studies in acts; or, the New Testa- 
ment book of beginnings. With an introduction by 
A. McLean. 12°. St. Louis, Christian pub. co., 1897. 
(1898, no. 8797. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898. ) 96 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Dodd, Mead & co. 



New York. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Will Bradley, 

Springfield, Mass. 



J. B. Millet co., Boston. 



W. J. Joyce, 



San Marcos, Tex. 



Hugh A. Kelso, jr., 



Chicago. 



Do. 



T. A. Kerley, 



Gallatin, Tenn. 



Barbee & Smith, 

Nashville, Tenn. 



Christian pub. co. 



St. Louis. 



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Authors. 



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Library of the best American literature. Containing 
the lives of our authors in story form, their por- 
traits, [etc.] Choice selections from eminent writers. 
18-. Chicago, Philadelphia, Monarch book co., 
[n.d.] (46191'. Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 97 

Link (Samuel Albert). Dr. Frank O. Ticknor, the 
southern lyric poet, and Henry Timrod, the unfortu- 
nate singer. 16°. Nashville, Tenn., Barbee <fc Smith, 
[n. d.] [Pioneers of southern literature, no 3.] 
(Rec'dJan. 17.1898.) 98 

William Gilmore Simms, the novelist, the poet. 

16 c . Nashville, Tenn., Barbee &, Smith. [n.d.] 
[Pioneers of southern literature, no. 1.] (68741. 
Rec'dJan. 17, 1898.) 99 

Livermore (Mary A.). See Willard (Frances E.) and 
Liverinore (Mary A.). American women. 

Lyall (Edna). Hope, the hermit. Part 1. A novel. 
12-. New York, London, and Bombav, Longmans, 
Green & co. ; 1898. (73189. Reed Jan. 20, 1898.) 100 

Lytton (Edward Bulwer). Devereux. In 2 vols. v. 1. 
8°. Boston, Little, Brown & co., 1898. [Bulwer's 
novels and romances, 31, lt'd ed.] (1898, no. 6363. 
Rec'dJan. 18, 1898.) 101 

v. 2. 8°. Boston, Little, Brown & co., 1898. 

[Bulwers novels and romances, 32, lt'd ed.] (1898, 
no. 6364. Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 102 

McLean (A.). A circuit of the globe. A series of 
letters of travel across the American continent, 
through the Hawaiian Republic, Japan, China, the 
Straits Settlements, Burmah, India, Ceylon, Aus- 
tralia, Egypt, Palestine, Syria, Turkey, Greece, Italy, 
Switzerland, Germany, Scandinavia, France, and 
England. With an introduction by J. H. Garrison. 
Illustrated. 8°. St. Louis, Christian pub. co., 1897. 
(1898, no. 8791. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898. ) 103 



McLean (A.). 
1897. 



See Lhamon (W. J.). Studies in Acts, 



Madonnas. Introduction by Irene Weir. 12°. Maiden, 
E. M. Perry, [n. d.] (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 104 

Manual for superintendents and assistant superin- 
tendents of the Metropolitan life insurance company 
of New York. Ed. January, 1898. (Industrial 
department, form 166.) 12°. [n.L] (1898. no. 212. 
Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898. ^ 105 



Meek (Thomas Sheppard). 
Americans. 



See True stories of great 



Missouri. Pattison's complete digest of Missouri 
reports, embracing vols. 1 to 137 of the supreme 
court reports and vols. 1 to 69 of the reports of 
the courts of appeals. By Everett W. Pattison. In 
4 vols. v. 1. 4°. " St. Louis, Gilbert book co., 1897. 
(59087. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 106 

Moore (Martin V.). The rhyme of the southern rivers. 
With notes historical, traditional, geographical, ety- 
mological, etc., for the use of teachers, schools, and 
general readers. 12 c . Nashville, Tenn., Pub. house 
M. E. church, south. Barbee & Smith., [n. d.] 
(68750. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 107 



W. E. Scull, Philadelphia. 



Barbee & Smith, 

Nashville, Tenn. 



Do. 



Longmans, Green & co , 

New York. 



Little, Brown & co., 



Boston. 



Do. 



Christian pub. co., 

St. Louis, Mo. 



E.M.Perry, Maiden, Mass. 

Metropolitan life insurance 
co., New York. 



Everett W. Pattison, 

St. Louis, Mo. 



Martin V. Moore, 

Auburn, Ala. 



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Morley (John). Macauiay. An essay. With notes by 
W. T. Brewster. 12°. New York, Macrnillan co.,, 
1898. (Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 108 

Mosenthal (Joseph). Anthems for the morning and 
evening services of the Episcopal church, to which 
are added hymn tunes in various metres. Composed 
and arranged for quartette choirs. (New ed.) Obi. f°. 
New York, William A. Pond & co. : Chicago, Chicago 



music co., [u. d.] 

1898.) 



(1898, no. 6725. Rec'd Jan. 



20, 
109 



Mosher (Martha B). Child culture in the home, a 
book for mothers. 12 c . New York, Chicago, Toronto, 
Fleming H. Revell co., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 22, 
1898.) 110 

Moulton (Richard G., editor). St. Matthew and St. 
Mark and the general Epistles. 249. New York, 
Macrnillan co., 1898. [The modern reader's Bible] 
(1898, no. 6698. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898. ) 111 

New York. Reports of cases heard and determined in 
the appellate division of the supreme court of the 
state of New York. Marcus T. Hun, reporter, v. 21. 
1897. Official ed. 8 C . New York and Albany. Banks 
& bros. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 112 

Northampton and Easthampton directory. 1898. 8 C . 
Northampton, Price & Lee co.. [n. d.l (Rec'd Jan. 20. 
1898.) 113 

Northrop (Henry Davenport). Popular history of 
America from the earliest discoveries to the present 
time. Together with a graphic account of Cuba and 
4 C . Philadelphia. National pub. co., [n. d.l 

114 



4°. Philadel- 

(1898, no. 3214. 
115 

Ja- 



Hawaii 

(73984. Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 

Wonders of the animal kingdom 

phia, National pub. co., [n. d.] 
Rec'd Jan. 13, 1898.) 

Okakura (Kakuzo). See Brinkley (F., editor) 
pan. Sections 5 and 6. 

Passmore (John Andrew Moore). Ancestors and de- 
scendants of Andrew Moore. 1612-1897. v. 1. 8 . 
Philadelphia. 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 116 

v. 2. 8°. Philadelphia, 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 18, 

1898.) 117 

Pattison (Everett W.). See Missouri. Pattison's com- 
plete digest of Missouri reports. 1897. 

Peabody (Selim H., associate editor). See Interna- 
tional (The) cyclopaedia. 1898. 

Peck (H. T., editor-in-chief) 
cyclopaedia. 1898. 

Peebles (J. M.). Three journeys around the world; 
or, travels in the Pacific islands, New Zealand, Au- 
stralia, Ceylon, India, Egypt, and other Oriental 
countries. 8°. Boston, Banner of light pub. co 
1898. (1898, no. 7201. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 118 

Pennsylvania. The district reports of cases decided 
in all the judicial districts of the State of Pennsyl- 
vania during the year 1897. v. 6, from v. 54 of the 
Legal intelligencer. 8°. Philadelphia, Edward P. 
Allinson, 1897. (1898, no. 4188. Rec'd Jan. 18, 



See International (The) 



1898.) 



119 



Macrnillan co., New York. 



Heirs of Joseph Mosenthal, 
New York. 



Fleming H. Revell co., 

New York. 



Macrnillan co., New York. 



Marcus T. Hun, 

Albany, N. Y 



Price & Lee co., 

New Haven, Conn. 

J. R. Jones. Philadelphia. 



Do. 



John Andrew Moore Pass- 
more, Philadelphia. 

Do. 



J. M. Peebles, 

San Diego, Cal. 



Edward P. Allinson, 

Philadelphia. 



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Phillips (Andrew W.) and Fisher (Irving). Elements Harper & bros 
of geometry. Part 2 — geometry of space. 8 C . New 
York and London, Harper *fc bros., lb: 8. [Phillips- j 
Loomis mathematical series.] (1898, no. 3173. Rec'd 
Jan. 22, 1898.) 120 ' 

Portland and vicinity, Saco, and Bidcleford. See i 
Anthony's standard business directory. 

Pratt (Mary Champion). Sonl growth. 16-\ Osh- 
kosh. Published and for sale by the anthor, [n. d.] 
(72747. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 121 



New York, 



Mary Champion Pratt, 

Oshkosh, Wis. 



Prentice (May H., compiler). References to books in 
the Cleveland public library intended to aid the 
third grade teachers of the Cleveland public schools. 
8°. [n.i.] (1898,no.541. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 122 

Proceedings of the supreme council of sovereign grand 
inspectors-general of the thirty-third and last degree, 
ancient accepted Scottish rite, eighty-eighth annual 
session, held at Boston. 8°. [n. i.] (Rec'd Jan. 22, 
) 123 



Ramsey (George M.). Philosophy of phenomena. In 
two parts. I. Metaphysical phenomena. II. Physi- 
cal phenomena. 12°. Boston, Banner of light pub- 
lishing co., 1897. (1898, no. 7202. Rec'd Jan. 17, 
1898.) 124 

Raymond (Frances). Maylou. 12°. New York, G. W. 
Dillingham co. : London, Sampson, Low, Marston & 
co., limited, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 125 

Raymond (Rossiter W.). See Abbott (Lyman) and 
others. The new Puritanism, 1898. 

Redding (William A.). The three churches. Showing 
many mysterious and wonderful things just now 
coming to the surface after traveling down the path 
of the ages 6,000 years. (No. 7.) 12°. [n.i. J (Rec'd 
Jan. 21, 1898.) 126 

Richardson (Charles F., associate editor). See Inter- 
national (The) cyclopedia, 1898. 

Ridpath (John Clark). Ridpath's history of the world. 
Comprising the development of social institutions 
and the story of all nations, from recent and authen- 
tic resources. Complete in 4 v. v. 1. 4°. New 
York, Merrill & Baker. (587H0. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898. ) 

127 

v. 2. 4°. New York, Merrill & Baker. (58761. 

Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 128 

v. 3. 4°. New York, Merrill & Baker. (58762. 

Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.^) 129 



— v. 4. 4°. 
Rec'd Jan. 17, 



New York, Merrill & Baker. (58763. 
1898.) 130 

: y — Ridpath's history of the world. Comprising the 
evolution of mankind and the story of all races. 
Complete in 4 v. v. 1. 4 C . New York, Merrill & 
Baker, [n. d.] (68756. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 131 

- v. 2. 4°. New York, Merrill & Baker. (58757. 

132 



Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 

— v. 3. 4°. New York, Merrill & Baker. 
Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 



Cleveland public library, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 



The supreme council, etc. 



George M, 



Ramsey, 

Clokey, Pa. 



G.W.Dillingham co., 

New York. 



William A. Redding, 



Jones bros. pub. co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Do. 



(58758. 
133 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



154 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Ridpatk (John Clark). Ridpatk's history of the world. 
v. 4. 4°. New York, Merrill & Baker. (58759. 
Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 134 

Robinson (Nina Hill). Aunt Dice: the story of a 
faithful slave. 12°. Nashville, Tenn., Pub. house 
of the M. E. church, south, 1897. (68747. Rec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 135 

Rocheleau (W. F.). Great American industries. Sec- 
ond book. Products of the soil. 12 c . Chicago, A. 
Flanagan, [n. d.] (1898, no. 6060. Rec'd Jan. 19, 
1898.) 136 

Rossiter (S. B.). Curler's sermons. Preached before 
the grand national curling club. 16°. New York, 
Bonnell, Silver & co., 1898. (1898, no. 6387. Rec'd 
Jan. 19, 1898.) 137 

Rotherham (Angus). The new quest. 8°. Boston, 
D. B. Updike, Merrymount press, 1898. (69025. 
Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) . ' 138 

Sanderson (John F. ). The validity of statutes in Penn- 
sylvania. I. Titles of acts of assembly. II. Enact- 
ments by reference to former legislation. III. Local 
and special legislation. 8°. Philadelphia, T. and 
J. W. Johnson & co., 1898. (1898, no. 6172. Rec'd 
Jan. 18,1898.) 139 

Scott (Walter). Tales of a grandfather. Ten selec- 
tions for school reading. 12°. New York, Boston, 
New Orleans, University pub. co., [n. d.] [Stand- 
ard literature series, no. 28.] (1898, no. 6521. Rec'd 
Jan. 19, 1898.) 140 

Shepp's literary world. See Birdsall (William Wil- 
fred), Jones (Rufus M.), and others, compilers and 
editors. 

Simms (William Gilmore). See Link (Samuel Albert). 
Pioneers of southern literature. 

Soper school of oratory. Catalogue, 1897-98. 16°. 
Chicago, Gifford M. Booth, [n. d.] (72288. Rec'd 
Jan. 20, 1898.) 141 

Spalding (J. L.). 
sermon . 



See Ingersoll (Robert). Christmas 



Sprague (Sarah E.). Rand-McNally primer and first 
reader. 12°. Chicago and New 'York, Rand, Mc- 
Nally & co., [n. d.] (1898, no. 6068. Rec'd Jan. 17, 
1898.) 142 

Stark (J. H.). Hugh Carlin; or, truth's triumph. 12 c . 
St. Louis, Christian pub. co., 1896. (1898, no. 8794. 
Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 143 

Stevens (George B.). See Hutchesou (J. T.). A view 
of the atonement, 1897. 

Story (Alfred Thomas). The building of the British 
empire. The story of England's growth from Eliza- 
beth to Victoria. Part I. The England of Eliza- 
beth. 12-. New York and London, G. P. Putnam's 
sous, Knickerbocker press, 1898. (66924. Rec'd Jan. 
17, 1898.) 144 

Strout (Charles A.). See Gage (Hanno W.) and Strout 
(Charles A.). The new Maine townsman. 

Studies in theology. V. See Foster (Randolph S.). 
God. 



Jones bros. pub. co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio, 



Nina Hill Robinson, 

Nashville, Tenn, 



A. Flanagan, Chicago. 



Bonnell, Silver & co., 

New York. 



1). B. Updike, 



Boston. 



T. and J. W. Johnson & co., 
Philadelphia. 



University pub. co., New 
York, Boston, New 
Orleans, La. 



Henry M. Soper, Chicago. 



Rand, McNally & co., 

Chicago and New York. 



Christian pub. co., 

St. Louis, 



Mo. 



G. P. Putnam's sons, 

New York 



155 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Tasma. A nerv ordeal. 12 c . New York, D. Apple- 
ton & co., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 145 

Tigert (Jno. J., editor). See Andrews (W. P.). Two 
epistles. 

See Banks (Jolin S.). A manual of Christian 

doctrine, 1897. 

See Crowe (Enocli M.). A review of "The prob- 
lem solved." 

See Hughes (William H.). Baptism. 

See Kerley (T. A.). Conference rights, 1898. 

See Wilson (G. W.). The council meeting, 1897. 

True stories of great Americans. By the famous writer 
for voung Anfericans and Thomas Sheppard Meek. 
4°. [n.i.J (47234. Eec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 146 

Tucker (William J.). See Abbott (Lyman) and others. 
The new Puritanism. 1898. 

Tuite (F.). Ireland's revolt in '98, with sketches of 
prominent statesmen and the social condition of the 
people. 12°. Boston, Angel guardian press, 1898. 
(68458. Eec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 147 

Yizetelly (Ernest Alfred, translator). See Zola 
(fimile), Paris, v. 2, bk. 3, chap. 3 (cont.), 4 & 5. 

Warner (Euth Janette). An aid for teachers of pub- 
lie schools and colleges in interesting young students 
in the study of historic art. 12°. Oswego, Press of 
R. J. Oliphant, 1897. (66884. Eec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 

148 i 

Worrell (Elisha B.). The housekeeper's educator and 
guide. 12 c . Dorchester, Mass.. 1897. (1898, no. 
7172. Eec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 149! 



D. Appleton & co. 

New York. 



Washburn, Crosby co.'s private telegraphic code. 24°. 
[n. i.] (Eec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 150 

Weir (Irene). See Madonnas. 

Wells (H. G.). The war of the worlds. 12 c . New 
York and London, Harper & bros., 1898. (1898, no. 
5008. Eec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 151 

Westlake (J. Willis). Common-scbool literature, Eng- 
lish and American, with several hundred extracts to 
be memorized. New ed., rev. and enl. 16°. Phila- 
delphia, Christopher Sower co., [n. d.] (1898, no. 
5084. Eec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 152 

AYhy not be sure of going? Tours through Scotland, 
Belgium, Italy, England, France, Greece, Ireland, 
Switzerland, Egypt, Holland, Germany, and Pales- 
tine. Land of the midnight sun and 'round the 
world tours. Also the narrative of a visit to the ap- 
proaching Paris exposition on a plan of periodical 

' payments. Tours in 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, etc. Bi- 
cycle tours a special feature. Obl. c . New York, 
European tourist co., incorporated, [n.d.] (Eec'd 
Jan. 20, 1898.) 153 

Wiley (Franklin Baldwin). Flowers that never fade. 
An account of the ware collection of Blaschka glass 
models in the Harvard universitv museum. 24°. 
Boston, Bradlee Whidden. 1897. (72749. Eec'd Jan. 
19,1898.) 154 



W. E. Scull, Philadelphia. 



F. Tuite, 



Boston. 



Euth Janette Warner, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Elisha B. Worrell, 

Dorchester, Mass. 



Washburn, Crosbv co. 



Harper <Sc bros., 

New York and London. 



J. Willis Westlake, 

Millersville, Pa. 



European tourist co., 

New York. 



Franklin Baldwin Wiley, 

Cambridge, Mass. 



156 

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Authors. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Willard (Frances E.) and Livermore (Mary A.), edi- 
tors. American women. Fifteen hundred biogra- 
phies, with over 1,400 portraits. Newly rev., with 
index; also new biographies. In 2 v. v. 2. 4 C . 
New York, Chicago, Springfield, Ohio, Mast, Crowell 
& Kirkpatrick, [n. d.] (65609. Rec'd Jan. 21,1898.) 

155 

Willett (Herbert L.). See Grafton (Thomas W. ), Alex- 
ander Campbell, 1897. 

Williams (John Augustus). Rosa Emerson ; or, a young 
woman's influence. A story of the lodge, the church, 
and the school. 12°. St. Louis, Christian pub. co., 
1897. (1898, no. 8796. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 156 

Wilson (G. W.). The council meeting. Edited, with 
an introduction, by John J. Tigert. 12 c . Nashville, 
Tenn., Pub. house of the M. E. church, south. Bar- 
bee & Smith, 1897. (68757. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 

157 

Winans (W. W.). Sophomore and junior notes from 
lectures on materia medica delivered in Hahnemann 
medical college, Philadelphia, Pa. Session of 1896-97. 
Rewritten and compiled by W. W. Winans, '99. 8 C . 
Rochester, Burnett printing co., 1897. (53445. Rec'd 
Jan. 21, 1898.) 158 

Wolcott (Roger). The poems of Roger Wolcott, esq., 
1725. 8 C . Boston, Club of odd volumes, 1898. 
[Early American poetry, V.] (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 

159 

Wolf (George W.). Industrial Wilmington. Issued 
by authority of the board of trade, Wilmington, Del.,- 
U.S.A. f°. Wilmington, Del., 1898. (1898, no. 5825. 
Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 160 

Woonsocket (The) directory, 1898. Also directory of 
the villages of Forestdale, Slatersville, Nasonville, 
Glendale, Oakland Center, Whipples, Harrisville, 
Bridgeton, and Pascoag. no. 16. 8 J . Boston. Samp- 
son, Murdock & co., [n.d.] (1898, no. 5149.' Rec'd 
Jan. 22, 1898.) 161 

Young (Franklin K. ). The grand tactics of chess. An 
exposition of the laws and principles of chess strate- 
getics, the practical application of these laws and 
principles to the movement of forces: mobilization, 
development, manoeuvre, and operation. 8-. Bos- 
ton, Roberts bros., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 162 

Zangwill (I.). The people's saviour. 12°. New York, 
Harper & bros., 1898. (1898, no. 6520. Rec'd Jan. 
22, 1898.) 163 

Zangwill (Louis). Cleo, the magnificent; or, the muse 
of the real. A novel. 12°. New York, G. W. Dil- 
lingham co. : London, Wm. Heinemann, 1898. (71745. 
Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 164 

Zola (fimile). Paris, v. 2, book 3, chap. 3 (cont.), 
and 4, 5. Translated by Ernest Alfred Yizetellv. 
16-. New York, Macmillan co., 1897. [The three 
cities: Lourdes, Rome, Paris.] (1898, no. 6522. 
Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 165 



Mast, Crowell & Kirkpat- 
rick, Springfield, Ohio. 



Christian pub. co., 

St. Louis, Mo. 



G.W.Wilson, Paris, Tenn. 



W. W. Winans, 



Philadelphia. 



Club of odd volumes, 

Boston, 



George W. Wolf, 

AYilininffton, Del. 



Sampson, Murdock & co., 

Boston. 



Franklin K.Young, Boston. 



I. Zangwill, 

London, England. 

G. W. Dillingham co., 

New York. 



Macmillan co. 



New York. 



157 



l. BOOKS-(2.) IWISCEtifiAIVEOUS. 

(Classified under the term " Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 

titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Adams (Benjamin). "Napoleon solitaire." (1898, no. 
5606. Rec'd Jan. 18. 1898.) 1 

Adapted illustrations for contingent additions, 1898. 
(Instructor's series, book no. 1.) (1898, no. 5833. 
Rec'd Jan. 20. 1898.) 2 

Addenda no. 1. Philadelphia, Jan. 8, 1898. (1898, 
no. 5676. Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 3 

no. 2. New York, Dec. 27, 1897. (1898, no. 5675. 

Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 4 

Adjustable canopy no. 1610, luxfer prism plates. (1898, 
no. 528. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 5 

Advisory rates for fire and tornado insurance of 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa. (1898, no. 7028. Rec'd Jan. 
21,1898.) 6 

American (The) funeral record. A ready reference 
day-book for undertakers. (1897, no. 48212. Rec'd 
Jan. 22, 1898.) 7 

Arithmetic. Parts 1, 2. Key, second edition. [Inter- 
national correspondence schools.] (1898, no. 5263. 
Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 8 

Attendance card. Emanuel's Lutheran Sunday school. 
New Philadelphia, Ohio. (1897, no. 64292. Rec'd 
Jan. 20, 1898.) 9 

Bankers' maturity calendar. 1898. Connecticut edi- 
tion. (Rec'd Jan. 17,1898.) 10 

New York and New Jersey edition. (1897, no. 

64774. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898. ) i 1 

Pennsylvania edition. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898).. 12 

Bergsten (Joseph). Konsten att Lefra eller Gudsriket 
Forverkligadt Pa Jorden. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 13 

Business (A) for you. The Merchants' Library Assn. 
Its purposes and plan of operations. (Rec'd Jan. 18, 
1898. ) 14 

Calkins (F. W. ). Tragedy (A) of the Mesquit prairies. 
(Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) * 15 

Camp(W. M.). Frogs. Notes on track 37. (Railway 
and engineering review, Jan. 15, 1898.) (1898, no. 
5660. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 16 

Catalogue of designs, made by Foley, the florist. 
(Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 17 

Chautauqua (The) extension plan of education. The 
course in journalism. (1898, no. 5277. Rec'd Jan. 15, 

1898.) 18 

Checkers (Directions for plaving). (Rec'd Jan. 17, 
1898.) 19 

Christian endeavor prayer meeting topics, 1899. (1898, 
no. 6587. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 20 

Christmas greeting. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898) 21 

Circular (A) or abbreviated catalogue in Spanish. 
(1898, no. 7194. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898. ) 22 

14450— Vol. 14, No. 3 2 



Benjamin Adams, 

Charleston, S. C. 

William P. Stewart, 

New York. 



Social register ass'n, 

New York. 
Do. 



American luxfer prism co., 
Chicago. 

H. Bennett, 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

F. J. Feineman, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 

W. C. Shott, 

New Philadelphia, Ohio. 

A. L. Reiley, 

Phillipsburg, N. J. 

Do. 

Do. 



Joseph Bergsten, 

Rockford, 111. 

C. K. Alo-er. 



F. W. Calkins. 

W. M. Camp, Chicago. 

John J. Foley, New York. 
Lewis D. Sampson 



pson, 
ilp art 



Valparaiso, Ind. 

A. M. Dutteweile. 

United society of Christian 
endeavor, Boston. 

E. M. Perry, Maiden, Mass. 

J. Shepherd Clark co., 

New York. 



158 



BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 






Titles. 



Collection envelope. Helper's league, Massachusetts 
Baptist Sunday school ass'n. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 

23 

Common sense copy books, no. 2*. (1894, no. 60681. 
Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 24 

Construction of boilers. Instruction paper. [Ameri- 
can school of correspondence.] (1898, no. 3817. 
Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 25 

Course for engineers, lesson 10. Boiler feediug — con- 
tinued. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 189.-.) 26 

Course for firemen, lesson no. 10. The chemistry of 
combustion — concluded. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 27 

Courts and light shafts in rel.ition to luxfer prisms. 
(1898, no. 488. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 28 

Design for canopy and forilux frames, luxfer prism 
plates. (1898,no.533. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 29 

Details for forilux, etc., luxfer prism plates. (1898, no. 
534. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 30 

Details of adjustable canopy, no. 1610. Luxfer prism 
plates. (1898. no. 529. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 31 

Detailsof movable canopy, no. 1110. Revolving luxfer 
prismplates. (1898, no! 514. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 32 

no. 1120, luxfer prism plates. (1898, no. 527. 

Rec'd Jau. 20, 1898.) 33 

no. 1210. Sliding support, luxfer prism plates. 

(1898, no. 516. RecVl Jan. 20, 1898.) 34 

(1898, no. 
35 



Copyright Proprietors. 



W. W. Main, 



Boston. 



no. 1310, four-arm luxfer prism plates 

518. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

no. 1410, arm support, luxfer prism plates. (1898, 

no. 520. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 36 

no. 1510. Six- arm support, luxfer prism plates. 

(1898, no. 525. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 37 

Details of movable four-arm forilux, luxfer prism 
plates. (1898,110.508. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 38 

Details of plan of luxfer prism pavement and lucidux 
partitions, luxfer prism plates. (1898, no. 538. 
Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 39 

Details of stationary canopy, no. 100. Brace support, 
luxfer prism plates. (1898, no. 506. Rec'd Jan. 20, 
1898.) 40 

no. 200. Brace support, luxfer prism plates. 

(1898, no. 504. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 41 

no. 250. Chain support, luxfer prism plates. 

(1898, no. 496. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 42 

no. 320. Brace support, luxfer prism plates. 

(1898, no. 531. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 43 

no. 325. Brace support, luxfer prism plates. 

(1898, no. 502. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 44 

no. 410. Brace support, luxfer prism plates. 

(1898, no. 500. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 45 

no. 720. Ladder support, luxfer prism plates. 

(1898, no. 523. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 46 



A. Lovell & co., 

New York. 

American school of corre- 
spondence, Boston. 

Railway correspondence 
school, 'New York. 

Do. 

American luxfer prism co., 
Chicago. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



159 



BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Details of stationary canopy ander balcony, no. 430, 
brace support, luxfer prism plates. (1898, no. 498. I 
Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 17 I 

forilux elevation and plan "A," luxfer prism | 

plates. (1898,no.512. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 48 

"B," loxfer prism plates. (1898, no. 511. Kec'd 

Jan. 10, 1898.) 49 

<-C\" luxfer prism plates. (1898, no. 510. Rec'd 

Jan. 10. 1898.) 50 

Details of supporting frames for canopy, luxfer prism 
plates. 1 1898, no. 532. Kec'd Jan. 20,' 1898.) 51 

Detroit /The) method of teaching writing. (1897. no. 
64290/ Rec'd Jau. 22, 1898.) 52 

Dimension design showing dimensions and borders of 
luxfer prism plates. (1898. no. 539. Rec'd Jan. 10, 
1898.) 53 

Dimension design, showing dimensions of lenses and 
tillers of luxfer prism plates. (1898. no. 540. Rec'd 
Jau. 10. 1898.) 54 

Drawings and details of skylight, luxfer prism plates. 
(1898, no. 535. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898. ) 55 

Drawings and details of store front with transom and 

bulkhead lights— luxfer prism plates. (1898, no. 495. 

Rec'd Jan. 20. 1898.) 56 

Dressmaking, instruction book for. V. E. Crabbs. 20th 

century svstem. (1898, no. 6196. Rec'd Jan. 17. 

1898.) 57 

Due-date calendar for 1898. (1898. no. 5665. Rec'd 

Jan. 14, 1898.) 58 

Electro-glazing luxfer prisms. (1898, no. 437. Rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 59 

Elevation and plans of stationary fori luxes of luxfer 
prism plates. (1898, no. 493. Ree'd Jan. 10. 1898.) 60 

Emerson (Charles Wesley). The teacher and some of 
his characteristics. (1898, no. 5104. Rec'd Jan. 21. 
1898.) 61 

Form of sundry remittance letter for banks. (1897, 
no. 66342. Rec'd Feb. 7, 1898.) 62 

Fraser & Chalmers. Improved two-stamp mill. [Cir- 
cular no. 22, April, 1897.] (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.J 63 

Frisbie's (T. S. ) lightning typewriter keyboard. (Rec'd 
Jan. 18, 1898.) 64 

From the horn of plenty. (1898. no. 6197. Rec'd Jan. 

17,1898.) 65 

Grant (H. X.). The artistic Irish reel. Book no. 5. 

(1898, no. 219. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898. ) 66 

Great men of Israel and Old Testament teachings. The 
Bible study manual. [The Bible-study union graded- 
lesson svstem. v. 8. no. 2, lessons 5-8.] (1898, no. 
5896. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 67 

Halphen (G.) Colors and varnishes. Green pig- 
ments— continued. [Drugs, oils, and paints, Jan., 
1898.] (1898, no. 7009. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 68 

Hampton's table of distances. (1898, no. 5601. Rec'd 
Jan. 14, 1898.) 69 | 



American luxfer prism co.,. 
Chicago. 



Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

\Y. F. Lyon, 

Detroit, Mich. 

American luxfer prism co., 
Chicago. 

' Do. 

Do. 
Do. 



Vesta Ellen Crabbs, 

Shenandoah, Iowa . 

K. F. Winding, 

Cleveland, Ohio-. 

American luxfer prism co.,. 
Chicago. 
Do. 



Charles Wesley Emerson, 

Millis, Mass. 

George A. Lytle, 

Decatur, 111. 

Fraser & Chalmers. 



T. S. Frisbie, 

Hartford, Conn. 

Loughead & co., 

Philadelphia. 
H.X.Grant, Buffalo, N. Y. 



Bible study pub. co., 



Boston. 



G. B. Heckel, Philadelphia. 



Van L. Hampton, 

Macomb, 111. 



160 

BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Harper's bazar art portfolio, 1. (1898, do. 3169. Eec'd 
Jan. 18, 1898.) 70 

2. (1898,no.3170. Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898) 71 

3. (1898,no.3171. Eec'd Jan. 18, 1898) 72 

4. (1898, no. 3172. Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898) 73 

Hatfield (C. B.). Designing and cutting patterns. 
Chap. 5. Rounding off corners — concluded. (1898, 
no. 4313. Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 74 

Homoeopathic treatment applied to diseases of the 

head and throat. (1898, no. 6086. Rec'd Jan. 17, 

1898.) 75 

Homoeopathic treatment for deafness. (1898, no. 6083. 

Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 76 

Homoeopathic treatment for diseases of the stomach. 
(1898, no. 6081. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 77 

Homoeopathic treatment for the diseases of the nerves. 
(1898, no. 6084. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 78 

Homoeopathy applied to the cure of diseases of the 
kidneys. (1898, uo. 6087. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 79 

Homoeopathy in the treatment of bronchial diseases. 
(1898, no. 6085. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 80 

Homoeopathy in the treatment of diseases of the liver. 
(1898, no. 6082. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) SI 

Hope (Anthony). Rupert of Heutzau, from the mem- 
oirs of Fritz von Tarlenheini. Chaps. 6-8. (Rec'd 
Jan. 18,1898.) 82 

How to specify electro-glazed lnxfer prism plates. 
(1898,110.489/ Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 83 

How to specify lnxfer prism pavement tiles. (1898, 
no. 490. Received Jan. 10, 1898.) 84 

How to tell if we have kidney or bladder trouble. 
(1898, no. 6107. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 85 

Hurst (G. H.). Oil chemistry for students. Hydro- 
carbon oils. [Drugs, oils, 'and paints, Jan., 1898.] 
(1898, no. 7008. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898. ) SO 

If you are going north, inquire within. Jan., 1S9S. 
(1898, no. 7261. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 87 

February, 1898. (1898, no. 7262. Rec'd Jan. 22, 

1898.) 88 

Improved spectacles, eyeglasses, and optical instru- 
ments. [Circular of.] (1898, no. 7197. Rec'd Jan. 22, 

1898.) 89 

Indoor baseball. [Spaulding's athletic library, v. 7. 
Jan. 1898, no. 75.] (1898, no. 6550. Rec'd Jan. 20, 

1898.) 90 

Inspired word. 1st ser. Dec. 1897. 21. Kansas City, 
Inspired word pub. co., 1897. (1897, no. 73718. Rec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 91 

Ireland in pictures. Part 17. [International art 
series.] (1898, no. 6076. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 92 

Jefferson (Charles E.). Quiet talks with earnest peo- 
ple in my study. II. The maligned man. [The con- 
gregationalist, Jan. 20, 1898.] (Rec'd Jan. 22, 
1898.) 9 <J 



Harper & bros., New York. 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Joseph Van Ness, Boston. 



J. M. Whitman, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

A. H. Hawkins, 

London, England. 

American lnxfer prism co., 
Chicago. 

Do. 

Kilmer tfc co., 

Binghamton, N. Y. 

G. B. Heckel, Philadelphia. 



Ocean steamship co., 

Savannah, Ga. 

Do. 



Le Maitre optical co., 

New York. 



American sports pub. co., 
New York. 



Inspired word pub. co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 

International photo, pub. 
co., Chicago. 

Charles E. Jefferson. 



161 



BOOKS ( MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Joseph before Pharaoh. Children's course, lesson 6. 
[Old Testament heroes.] (1898. no. 5890. Rec'd Jan. 
20,1898.) 94 

Joseph forgiving his brothers. Children's course, 
lesson 7. [Old Testament heroes.] (1898, no. 5891. 
Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 95 

.Joseph sold into Egypt. Children's course, lesson 5. 
[Old Testament heroes.] (1898, no. 5889. Rec'd Jan. 
20,1898.) 96 

King (C). Trooper (A) Galahad. [Lippincott's 
monthly magazine, Feb., 1898.1 (1898, no. 7167. 
Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 97 

Knorlack(Augustin). German vertical writing. 2ded. 
(Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 98 

Knowles (Edward Randall). Absolute therapeutics. 
(1898, uo. 6099. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) i : 9 

Kurzgefasste Erklarung aller wichtigen parlamenta- 
rischenregeluundausdriicke. (1898, no. 110. Rec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 100 

Laird *fc Lee's combination memorandum book, 1898. 
Calendar, 1899. (1898. no. 427. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 

101 

Langdon (W. C). The vision of the throne. A re- 
ligious cantata, (1898, no. 6098. Rec'd Jan. 17, 



1898. ) 








102 


Leach (Le Roy). 
Jan. 22, 1898.) 


Chased by Apaches. 


(10398. 


Eec'd 
103 


Lewis (Eleanor). 
Jan. 19, 1898.) 


Last 


(The) of the Yalois. 


(Rec'd 

104 


Lewis county, Missour 
Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 


(Atlas of). 


1897. 


(62659. 
105 



Little (The) office of the blessed virgin Mary. Accord- 
ing to the Roman breviary. (65452. Rec'd Jan. 20, 
1898.) 106 



Bible study pub. co., 



Luxfer prism dictionary. 
10. 1898. ) 



1898, no. 491. Rec'd Jan. 
107 



Luxfer prism pavement and luxfer prism lucidux-lux- 
fer prism plates. (1898, no. 536. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 

108 



Luxfer prisms as a new building material. 
486. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 



(1898, no. 
109 



McDonald (George G.). An essay on political economy. 
(1898, no. 5617. Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898. ) liO 

McLain (X. W.). McLain's illustrated lectures. Sub- 
ject: The honev-bee. (1898. no. 5664. Rec'd Nov. 23, 
1897.) Ill 

Making beautiful years. Words for the new year. 
(L898,no.4357. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) " 112 

Market gardeners or truckers' wholesale catalogue of 
vegetable seeds, roots, plants, implements. Spring. 
1898. (1898, no. 6397. Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 113 

'•Money makes the mare go."' (1898, no. 6191. Rec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 114 

'•Money that makes money." (1898, no. 6192. Rec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 115 



Boston. 



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Do. 



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Philadelphia. 

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West Sutton. Mass. 

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Chicago. 
Chicago. 



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Providence, E. I. 

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Wood Lake, Nebr. 

! John Brisben Walker, 

New York. 

Western atlas co., 

Keokuk, Iowa. 

i John Murphy & co., 

Baltimore. Md. 



: American luxfer prism co. r 
Chicago. 

Do. 



Do. 

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Peabody, Massv 

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Hinsdale, ILL 

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Metuchen, N. J. 

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Moore (E. W.). Infant church membership. (68752. 
Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 116 

Moses in the bulrushes. Children's course, lesson 8. 
[Old Testament heroes.] (1898, no. 5892. Rec*d Jan. 
20, 1898.) 117 

Movable canopy, no. 1110. Revolving luxfer prism 
plates. (1898, no. 513. Rec'd Jan 10,1898.) 118 

plates. (1898, no. 526. 



— no. 1210. Luxfer prism 
Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 



119 



no. 1210. Sliding support, luxfer prism plates. 

(1898,no.515. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 120 

no. 1310, four-arm support, luxfer prism plates. 

(1898, no. 517. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 121 

no. 1410, arm support, luxfer prism plates. (1898, 

no.519. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 122 

no. 1510, six-arm support, luxfer prism plates. 

(1898, no. 524. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 123 

Movable four-arm forilux, luxfer prism plates. (1898, 
no. 509. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 124 

Nicolls (William Jasper). Coal catechism. Pt. 12. 
Water transportation. (Ree'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 125 

O'Hara (Theodore). Biovouac (The) of the dead. 
(Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 126 

Old Testament heroes. 
5-8. (1898, no. 5893. 



The child's monthly, lessons 
Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.)' 127 



— primary monthly, lessons 5-8. 
Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 



(1898, no. 



5894. 
128 



The primary teacher's helper. [Bible study union 

graded lesson system, v. 8, no. 2, lessons 5-8.]* (1898, 
no. 5895. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 129 

Palmer (I. E.). Manufactures of cotton tissues, ham- 
mocks, crinoline linings, (etc.) [Circular.] (1898, 
no. 5618. Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 130 

Pemberton (Max). Woman (The) of Kroustadt. 
Chaps. 4-7. (1897, no. 64529. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 

131 



Pen (The) question. 
1898.) 



(1898, no. 5615. Reed Jan. 14, 
132 

Photographic views of the great cyclone at Fort Smith. 
Jan. 11, 1898. (1898, no. 6537. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1S98. ) 

133 
Plan of luxfer prism pavement and lucidux partitions 
luxfer prism plates. (1898, no. 537. Ree'd Jan. 10, 

134 



(1898, no. 7191. 



1898.) 

Practical and artistic homes 
Jan. 22, 1898.) 

Practical suggestions to architects in using 
prisms. (1898, no. 487. Rec'd Jan. 10, 18980 

Preservaliue, the great food saver. 
Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 



Rec'd 
135 

luxfer 
136 

(1898, no. 6445. 
137 



Process (The) of compounding the farmers' compound 
fertilizer. (1898, no. 6089. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 138 



E. W. Moore, Marion, Va. 

Bible study pub. co., 

Boston. 

American luxfer prism co., 
Chicago. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

William Jasper Nicolls. 

CM. Parker. 

Bible study pub. co., 

Boston. 

Do. 
Do. 



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Middletown, Conn. 



D. Appleton & eo.. 

New York, 



Henry Hoe, New York. 

Thrash-Lick pt'g co., 

Fort Smith, Ark. 

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Chicago. 

Practical house plan eo., 

Toledo, Ohio. 

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Chicago. 

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New York. 

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Winston, N. C. 



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Sanitarvscience. 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 



nos. 15-20. (1897, no. 73688. 



Skinners private formulary. 
Jan. 22, 1898.) 



(1898, no. 



correspondence schools.] 
Jan. 22, 1898.) 



(1898, no. 



2d ed. [International 

(1898, no. 5264. Rec'd 

152 



pt. 3. Question paper 

correspondence schools.] 
Jan. 22, 1898.) 

pt. 4. Question paper 

correspondence schools.] 
Jan. 22, 1898.) 

Spindler (George P.). The handicap march. (Words.) 
(1898, no. 6078. Eec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 153 

Stationary canopy, no. 100. Brace supnort. Luxfer 
prism plates. "(1898. no. 507. Eec'd Jan. 20, 1898. 

154 

no. 200. Brace support. Luxfer prism plates. 

(1898, no. 505. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 155 

no. 250. Chain support. Luxfer prism plates. 

(1898, no. 497. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898. ) 156 

— no. 255. Chain support. Luxfer prism plates. 
no. 521. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 157 

320. Brace support, luxfer prism plates. 
(1898, no. 530. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 158 

— no. 325. Brace support, luxfer prism plates. 
(1898, no. 503. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 159 



no. 



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Reed (Myrtle) and Bishee (Eugene Shade). A social 
strategist. A novel. (1898, no. 5616. Rec'd Jan. 14, 

1898.) 139 

Reports of cases argued and determined in the cir- 
cuit court of Ohio. v. 15. Jan. 17, 1898. no. 2. 
(1898. no. 6079. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 140 



Myrtle Reed, 



(Anna Tickuor library ass'n. ) (Rec'd 

141 



Scale details for sash for vertical luxfer prism plates. 
(1898, no. 494. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 142 

Scott (W. G.). Systematic (A) method of testing var- 
nish, japans, fixed oils, lubricating oils, spirits, 
syrups, etc. Testing lubricating oils. [Drugs, oils, 
and paints, Jan. 1898.] (1898, no. 7010. Rec'd Jan. 
22, 1898.) 143 

Shore (Jessie L.). What is home without a mother? 
(1898, no. 6446. Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 144 

Short talks on long topics. 1st ed. Jan., 1898. (1898, 
no. 6090. Rec'd Jan . 22, 1898. ) 145 

Six lessons in modern scientific whist, nos. 2-7. (1898, 
no. 73687. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 146 

Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 
147 



4941. Rec'd 
148 



Smith (L. B.). Alaska and Klondike gold fields. A 
gold seeker's manual. (1898, no. 7012. Rec'd Jan. 
21,1898.) 149 

Spelling. Instruction paper. 2d ed. [International 



5109. Rec'd 
150 



2d ed. [International 

(1898, no. 6733. Rec'd 

151 



Chicago. 



Carl G. Jahn, 

Columbus, Ohio. 

Anna Ticknor library ass'n, 
Boston. 

American luxfer prism co., 
Chicago. 

G. B. Heckel, Philadelphia. 



Jessie L. Shore, 

White City, Kans. 

William F. Guion, Chicago. 



Minnie Judd Foltz, 



Chicago. 



Do. 



Joseph W. Skinner, 

La Crosse, Wis. 

Smith & White, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 



Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 



Do. 



Do. 



George P. Spindler, 

Rochester, N. Y. 

American luxfer prism co., 
Chicago. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



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Titles. 



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Stationary canony. no. 410. Brace support, luxfer 
prism plates. (1898, no. 501. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 160 

no. 720. Ladder support, luxfer prism plates. 

(1898, no. 522. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 161 

under balcony, no. 130. Brace support, luxfer 

prism plates. (1898, no. 499. Rec'd Jan.20,1898.) 

162 

Steam and steam engines. Part 1. Instruction paper, 
2d ed. [International correspondence schools.] 
(1898, no. 4211. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898. ) 163 

Part 1, Question paper, 2d ed. [International 

correspondence schools.] (1898, no. 4213. Rec'd Jan. 
22,1898.) 164 

Part 2. Instruction paper, 2d ed. [International 

correspondence schools.] (1898, no. 4212. Rec'd Jan. 
22,1898.) 165 

Part 2. Question paper, 2d ed. [International 

correspondence schools.] (1898, no. 4214. Rec'd Jan. 
22,1898.) 166 

Parts 1, 2. Key, 2d ed. [International correspond- 
ence schools. J (1898, no. 4896. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 

167 

Stenography. Lesson 11. Instruction paper. 1st ed. 
[International correspondence schools.] (Rec'd Jan. 
20, 1898.) 168 

Stewart (William P.). Adapted illustrations con- 
tinuous income debenture plan, life and limited 
premiums, 1898. Instructor's series, book no. 3. 
68098. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 169 



Stretton (Hesba). Soul (The) of honor. 
(Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 

Suggestions for exterior decorations. 
Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 



American luxfer prism co., 
Chicago . 

Do. 
Do. 



Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 

Do. 



Chap. 18-19. 
170 

(1898, no. 208. 
171 



Supplement, Jan. 5, 1898. New subscribers, changes, 
and corrections. Chicago telephone co. (1898, no. 
7182. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 172 

Supplement to Shepard's Illinois annotations. Con- 
tained in vols. 165-167. (1898, no. 7260. RecM Jan. 
22,1898.) 173 

Sweet pea review. 3d ed., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 
1898.) 174 

Tabie of luxfer prism areas, room 10 feet wide. (1898, 
no. 465. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898. ) 

Room 15 feet wide 

1898.) 

Room 20 feet wide 

1898.) 

room 25 feet wide. 

1898.) 

room 30 feet wide. 

1898.) 

room 35 feet wide. 

1898.) 



1898.) 


175 




(1898, no. 464. 


Rec'd Jan. 10, 
176 


Do. 


(1898, no. 463. 


Rec'd Jan. 10, 
177 


Do. 


(1898, no. 462. 


Rec'd Jan. 10, 

178 


Do. 


(1898, no. 461. 


Rec'd Jan. 10, 
179 


Do. 


(1898, no. 460. 


Rec'd Jan. 10, 

180 


Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



W. W. Osgoodby, 

Rochester, N. Y. 

William P. Stewart, 

New York. 



Churchman co., New York. 



H. W. Johns mfg. co., 

New York. 

Reuben H. Donnelley, 

Chicago. 

Frank Shepard, Chicago. 



William Doxey, 

San Francisco, Cal. 

American luxfer prism co., 
Chicago. 



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Table of luxfer prism areas, room 40 feet wide. (1898, 

no. 459. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 181 

room 45 feet wide. (1898, no. 458. Rec'd Jan. 10, 

1898.) 182 

room 50 feet wide. (1898, no. 457. Rec'd Jan. 10, 

1898.) 183 

room 55 feet wide. (1898, no. 456. Rec'd Jan. 10, 

1898.) 184 

room 60 feet wide. (1898, no. 455. Rec'd Jan. 10, 

1898.) 185 

room 65 feet wide. (1898, no. 454. Rec'd Jan. 10, 

1898.) 186 

room 70 feet wide. (1898, no. 453. Rec'd Jan. 10 



1898.) 



187 



room 75 feet wide. (1898, no. 452. Rec'd Jan. 10, 



1898.) 



188 



room 80 feet wide. (1898, no. 451. Rec'd Jan. 10, 

1898.) 189 

room 85 feet wide. (1898, no. 450. Rec'd Jan. 10, 



1898.) 



190 



room 90 feet wide. (1898, no. 449. Rec'd Jan. 10 



1898.) 



191 



room 95 feet wide. (1898, no. 448. Rec'd Jan. 10, 

1898.) 192 

room 100 feet wide. (1898, no. 477. Rec'd Jan. 3, 

1898.) 193 

Table of lnxfer prism lucidnxes. (1898. no. 485. Rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 194 

Table of lnxfer prism pav.ement areas, 10 feet wide. 
(1898, no. 484. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 195 

15 feet wide. (1898, no. 483. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898. ) 

196 

20 feet wide. (1898, no. 482. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898. ) 

197 

25 feet wide. (1898, no. 481. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

198 

30 feet wide. (1898, no. 480. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898. ) 

199 
35 feet wide. (1898, no. 479. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

200 
40 feet wide. (1898, no. 478. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

201 
45 feet wide. (1898, no. 477. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

202 
50 feet wide. (1898, no. 476. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

203 
55 feet wide. (1898, no. 475. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

204 
60 feet wide. (1898, no. 474. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

205 
65 feet wide. (1898, no. 473. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

206 



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Table of luxfer prism pavement areas, 70 feet wide. 
"1, no. 472. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 207 

Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 



75 feet wide. (1898, no. 471. 

80 feet wide. (1898, no. 470. 

85 feet wide. (1898, no. 469. 

■ 90 feet wide. (1898, no. 468. 

95 feet wide. (1898, no. 467. 

100 feet wide. ( 1898, no. 466. 



208 

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209 

Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 
210 

Rec'd Jan. 10,1898.) 

211 

Rec'd Jan. 10,1898.) 
212 

Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 
213 

Table of luxfer prism prescription, highest light hori- 
zontal. (1898,no.443. Rec'd Jan. 10,1898.) 214 

highest light 5° above the horizontal. (1898, no. 

444. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 215 

highest light 10 c above the horizontal. (1898, no. 

445. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 216 

highest light 15 c above the horizontal . (1898, no. 

217 



446. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 

— highest light, 5 C below the horizontal 



(1898, 
218 



no. 442. Reed Jan. 10, 1898.) 

highest light, 10° below the horizontal. (1898, 

no. 441. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 219 

highest light, 15 c below the horizontal. (1898, 

no. 440. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898. ) 220 

highest light, 20 c below the horizontal. (1898, 

no. 439. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898. ) 221 

highest light, 25 c below the horizontal. (1898, 

no. 438. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 222 

Thirty-two (The) presidents of the United States. 
(1898, no. 6553. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 223 

Tracing book A. [The educational system of round- 
hand vertical writing.] (1897, no. 73214. Rec'd Jan. 
17,1898.) 224 

"Trading stamp book" issued by the international 
trading stamp co. of Memphis, Tenn. (1898, no. 
4346. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 225 



New Orleans, La. 

1898.) 



(1898, no. 4347. 



Rec'd Jan. 20, 
226 



What is your fortune, mv pretty maid? (1897, no. 

72759. Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898. ) 227 

Who we are. Who are you? What we do. (1898, no. 

5600. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 228 



Zangwill (I.). The people's Saviour. 
Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 



(1898, no. 6038. 
229 



American luxfer prism co., 
Chicogo. 

Do. 

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Do. 

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New York. 

Leach, Shewell & Sanborn, 
Boston. 



Sperry & Hutchinson, 

New York. 



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Barnes-Crosby co., 

Chicago. 
Maschil D. Converse, 

New York. 

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London, England. 



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(Classified under the term " Books," according to the copyright law, ami arranged alphabetically by 
titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



"A" syndicate page. no. 5, 1898. (1898, no. 7248. Kec'd 
Jan. 22, 1898.) 1 

Alden (W. L.). An involuntary president. (1898, no. 
7148. Eec'd Jan. 22, 1898. ) 2 

Alfred Dreyfus. A graphic and complete narrative of 
the great French militarv trial. (Kec'd Jan. 22, 
1898.) 3 

Alluring as honev. (1898, no. 7256. Eec'd Jan. 22, 
"" ) 4 



Copyright Proprietors. 



American press ass'n, 

New York. 

W. L. Alden, 

London, England. 

S.S.McClure co., 

New York. 



American press ass'n, 

New York. 



"B" syndicate page. no. 5, 1898. (1898, no. 7249. 
Eec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 5 

Braw Scotts in India. (1897, no. 72948. Eec'd Dec. 27, 
1897.) 6 

"C" svndicate page. no. 5, 1898. (1868, no.72.:0. Eec'd 
Jan. 22, 1898.) 7 

Cornell's new hydraulic lahoratorv. (Eec'd Jan. 10, 
1898.) 8 

Crane (Frank), Chicago. Pulpit editorials. (1898, 
no. 6780. Eec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 9 

Current service. (1898, no. 6440. Eec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 

10 . 

Daily digest of selected cases. Jan. 17, 1898. (1898, 
no. 6431. Eec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 11 

Jan. 18, 1898. (1898, no. 6581. Eec'd Jan. 20. 1898.) 

12 

(Evening post, Jan. 20, 1898.) (1898. no. 6181. 

Eec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 13 

[Negligence, master and servant.] (1898, no. 6033. 

Eec'd Jan, 17, 1898.) 14 

Derr-Fritz with his staff of •'modern healers" is com- 
ing. (1898, no. 7183. Eec'd Jan. 22. 1898.) 15 

Doyle (A. Conau). The confession. (1898. no. 6368. 
Eec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 16 

Dreamlaud phantoms. (1898. no. 7257. Eec'd Jan. 22, 

1898.) 17 

"E" syndicate page, no. 4, 1898. (1898, no. 7251. Eec'd' 
Jan. 22, 1898.) 18 

Ellis (E.S.). Young (The) klondikers. Chaps. 11, 12. 
(Eec'd Jan. 10, 1898.) 19 

Chaps. 13, 14. (Eec'd Jan. 17, 1898) 20 

Chaps. 15, 16. (Eec'd Jan. 22, 1898) 21 

"F " svndicate page, no. 4. 1898. (1898, no. 7252. Eec'd 
Jan.' 22, 1898.) 22 

Fashions of New York. The new millinery is of the 
distinctly floral type. (1898. no. 7247. Eec'd Jan. 
22,1898.) 23 

" G " syndicate page, no. 5, 1898. (1898, no. 7253. Eec'd 
Jan. 22, 1898.) 24 



Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






S. S. McClure co., 

New 


York 


Frank Crane, 


Ch 


icago 


Bacheller syndi 


cate, 
New 


York 


Evening post puh. co. 
New 


York 


Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






A. Derr-Fritz, 


Boston 



A. Conan Doyle, 

London, England. 

Grit puh. co., 

Willi amsport, Pa. 

American press ass'n, 

New York. 

8. S. McClure co., 



New York. 



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Do. 



American press ass'n, 

New York. 



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Titles. 



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Georgia heroism. (1897, no. 72950. Eec'd Dec. 27, 

1897.) 25 

Griffiths (Arthur). Queen Hatasoo's pectoral. (1898, 
no. 6686. Eec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 26 

"H" syndicate page, no. 5, 1898. (1898. no. 7254. 
Eec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 27 

Harhen (Will N.). North-walk (The) mvsterv. Chaps. 
15.16.17. [Jefferson banner, Jan. 20, 1898.] (Eec'd 
Jan. 22, 1898.) 28 

Hillis CN. D.)- God's loving providence. (Eec'd Jan. 
19,1898.) 29 

Hoe(Cottrel). The daily bugle misses «' a hit." (1898, 
no. 7149. Eec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 30 

Holbrook (Everett). Understudy (An) to Vallanding- 
ham. (1898, no. 6442. Eec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 31 

Hope (Anthony). Simon Dale. Chap. 20. continued, 
21, 22. [Sunday inter ocean. Jan. 16. 1898.] (Eec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 32 

How battleships are launched. (1898, no. 6182. Eec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 33 

Lincoln page. Syndicate extra, 1898. (1898, no. 7255. 
Eec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 34 

London topics. The mysteries and perils of the Drey- 
fus affair. (1898, no. 6180. Eec'd Jan. IT. 1898.) 35 

M. Quad page. (1898, no. 6439. Eec'd Jan. 18, 1898) 36 

Martyn (Carlos). Neal Dow and his century. II. Ruin 
and ruin. (1898, no. 7235. Eec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 37' 

Milbrandt (Adolf). Die gliickliche frau. Chaps. 7-9. 
(Eec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 38 

•'Nemo." Some rambling thoughts. (For use on and 
after Jan. 16.) (1898, no. 6781. Eec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 

39 
(Jan. 23.) (1898, no. 6782. Eec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 

40 

Off'ener schreibebrief des Philipp Sauerampfer. (1898, 
no. 6184. Eec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 41 

Opper (E. A.). Tramp (The) and Ada. (1898, no. 398. 
Eec'd Jan. 10, 1898. ) 42 

Otis (James). Howell (The) necklace. Chaps. 36-40. 
(Eec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 43 

Chap. 41. (Eec'd Jan. 22. 1898. ) 44 

Special page. (1898, no. 6438. Eec'd Jan. 18. 1898.) 

Sunday (The) school, 2d quarter, lesson 12. (1898, no. 
7239. Eec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 46 

2d quarter, lesson 13. (1898, no. 7240. Eec'd 

Jan. 22, 1898.) 47 

3d quarter, lesson 1. (1898, no. 7241. Eec'd Jan. 

22,1898.) 48 

3d quarter, lesson 2. (1898, no. 7242. Eec'd Jan. 

22,1898.) 49 



American press ass'u. 

New York. 

Arthur Griffiths, 

London, England. 

American press ass'u, 

New York. 

Will N. Harben. 



Fleming H. Eeyell co., 

Chicago. 

S. S. McOlureco., 

New York. 

Bacheller syndicate, 

New York. 

A. H. Hawkins, 

London, England. 



E. G. Skerrett, 

Washington, D. C. 

American press ass'n. 

New York. 

Evening post pub, co. , 

New York. 

Bacheller syndicate, 

New York. 

Funk & Wagnalls co., 

New York. 

New Yorker Staats Zeitung, 
New York. 

G. Grosvenor Dawe, 

New York. 



Do. 

German press and plate co., 
Chicago. 

S. S. McClure co., 

New York. 

James Otis. 

Do. 

Bacheller syndicate, 

New York. 

D. M. Stearns. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 



169 



BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continukd 



Titles. 



Sunday (The) school, 3d quarter, lesson 3. (1898, no. 
7243. Rec'd Jan. 22,1898.) 50 

3d quarter, lesson 1. (1898, no. 7244. Rec'd Jan. 

22.1898.) 51 

Taber (Henrietta Pratt). Jim. (Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 

52 

Tavlor (Bert Leston). How Hiram Perkins turned 
over. (1898,no.6435. Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 53 

Timely service. (1898, no. 6436. Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 

54 

Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas City Star, Jan. 13, 
1898.) (1898,no.6178. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 55 

Jan. 14, 1898.) (1898, no. 6179. Rec'd Jan. 17, 

1898.) 56 

Jan. 15, 1898.) (1898, no. 6432. Rec'd Jan. 18, 

1898.) 57 

Jan. 17, 1898.) (1898, no. 6779. Eec'd Jan. 20, 

1898.) 58 

Jan. 18, 1898.) (1898, no. 7007. Rec'd Jan. 21, 

1898.) 57 

Jan. 19, 1898.) (1898, no. 7234. Rec'd Jan. 22, 

1898.) 56 

Warriors at odds. (1897, no. 72949. Rec'd Dec. 27, 
1897.) 57 

Woman's page. (1898, no. 6437. Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 

58 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Youth's page. (1898, no. 6441. Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 

59 



I). M. Stearns. 

Do. 

S.S.McClure co., 

New York. 

Bacheller syndicate, 

New York. 

Do. 

Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Bacheller syndicate, 

New York. 

Do. 



II. DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Breckenridge (G. E.). 
act drama. (71996. 



"A modern woodman.' 
Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 



A 6- 



Browne (Charlotte Crowuinshield). Scenes from Cran- 
ford. (1898,no.232. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 2 

Clark (Allen Barnum). Only a fireman. A melo- 
drama. (1898, no. 6113. Kec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 3 

Costello (John Jerome). The beauty doctor. A farce 
comedy. (65649. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 4 

Daly (Augustin). "Frou Frou." A play of power- 
ful human interest. In 5 acts. [French's standard 
drama, no. 359.] (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898. ) 5 

Fitzmaurice (Edward). Andrew Jackson. A drama. 
In 5 acts. (1898, no. 6737. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 6 

Krokodil (Das). Operette in 3 aufzugen von Oscar 
Walther. Musik von Adolpk Ferron. (1898, no. 
6054. Rec'd Jan. 17,1898.) 7 

Pirkis (C. L.) & Ross (A.). Tempests in teacups. 
Operetta. In 2 acts. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 8 



G. E. Breckenridge, 

Breckenridge, 111. 

Charlotte Crowninshield 
Browne, Salem, Mass. 

Allen Barnum Clark, 

Tacoma, Wash. 

John Jerome Costello, 

Chicago. 

Augustin Daly, New York. 



Edward Fitzmaurice, 

Chicago. 

Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, 

Leipzig, Germany. 

Joseph Williams. 



170 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



. 1 

Van Harlingen (Katherine). An original widow's • John William Bntler, 
pension, or the fugitive fortune. A comedy in 4 acts. | San Francisco, Cal 

(1898, no. 6114. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 9 

"What next." A character sketch. In 1 act. (1898, j Rose Melville, 
no. 6121. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 10 I Memphis, Tenn 

Winter (Elizabeth C). First (The) violin. A drama. Elizabeth C. Winter. 
In 5 acts. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 11 

Wynn (William Thomas). "Gilhooley's dream." William Thomas Wynn, 
3-act dramatic farce comedv. (1898, no. 6407. Rec'd Danville, Ya 

Jan. 18, 1898.) 12 



III. PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 



ABC pathfinder and dial. Jan. 17, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
17, 1898.) 1 

Ad. book. Dec, 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898) 2 

Advance reports. Legal intelligencer. Jan. 21, 1898. i 
(Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 3 

Adventure weekly. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 
1898.) 4 

American agriculturist. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 

1898.) 5 

American amateur photographer. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 22, 1898.) 6 

American architect and building news. Jan. 15, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 7 

American field. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898). .8 

American florist. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 

9 

American gynaecological and obstetrical journal. Jan. 
1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 10 

American journal of obstetrics. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 9, 1898.) 11 

American journal of psychology. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd 

Jan. 20, 1898.) * . 12 

American journal of Semitic languages and literatures. 

Jam, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 13 i 

American medico-surgical bulletin. Jan. 10, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 14 

American paper trade. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 
1898.) lg 

Architecture and building. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 

17,1898.) i 6 I 

Army and navy. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 

17 

Atlantic monthly. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 

18 i 



New England railway pub. 
co., Boston. 

Ad. book press, 

San Francisco. Cal. 

Frank Reeder, 

Sec. state, Pennsylvania. 

Street & Smith, New York. 
Orange Judd co., New York. 
Outing co., New York. 



American architect and 
building news co., 

Boston. 

American field pub. co., 

New York. 

American florist co., 

Chicago. 

J. D. Emmet, New York. 

William Wood & co., 

New York. 

G. Stanley Hall, 

Worcester, Mass. 

University of Chicago, 

Chicago. 



New York. 
New York. 



Bulletin pub. co., 

A. Geyer, 

W. T. Comstock, 

New York. 

Street & Smith, New York. 

Houghton, Mifflin & co., 

Boston. 



171 

PERIODICALS -Continued. 



Titles. 



Atlantic reporter. Jan. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 

19 

Ave Maria, Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898) ... 20 



Bankers' magazine. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 

21 

Banner of gold. Jan. 8, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 

22 

Baptist union. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 

23 

Birds. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 24 

Boston daily globe, Jan. 17, 1898. (Received Jan. 18, 
1898.) 25 

Jan. 18, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898) 26 

Jan. 19, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898) 27 

Jan. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898) 28 

Jan. 21, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898) 29 

Boston glass of fashion. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 
1898.) 30 

Boston sundav globe. Jan. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 
1898.) 31 

Boston Sunday post. Jan. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 
1898.) 32 

Bradstreet's. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898) . 33 

Brooklyn life. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898) . 34 



Callanan's nionthlv. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 

35 

Carpet and upkolsterv trade review. Jan. 15, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 16, 1898.) 36 

Catholic news. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 

37 

Jan. 19, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898) 38 

Central law journal. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 
1898.) 39 

Chap book. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898) ... 40 

Christian endeavor world. Jan. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
19,1898.) 41 

Christian herald. Jan. 19, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898. ) 

42 

Church economist. Jan. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 22, 
1898.) 43 

Clearing house quarterly. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 
1898.) 44 



Collier's weekly. Jan. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 

45 



Copyright Proprietors. 



West pub. co., 

St. Paul, Minn. 

D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 

Bradford, Rhodes & co., 

New York. 

Banner of gold pub. co., 

Chicago. 

Baptist young people's 
union, Chicago.' 

Nature study pub. co., 

Chicago. 

Walter H. Marsh, Boston. 



Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Globe pub. co., 


Boston. 


Post pub. co., 


Boston. 



Commercial and financial chronicle. Jan. 22, 
(Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 46 



Bradstreet co., New York. 

Brooklyn life pub. co., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

L. J. Callanan, New York. 

Review pub. co., 

New York 

Catholic news pub. co., 

New York. 

Do. 

Central law journal co., 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Herbert S. Stone & co., 

Chicago. 

Golden rule co., Boston. 

Louis Klopsch, New York. 

Church economist pub. co., 
New York. 

Attorneys' national clearing 
house co., 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Peter Fenelon Collier, 

New York. 

William B. Dana co., 

New York. 



172 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Cosmopolitan magazine. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 
1898.) 47 

Coupon manual. Jan. 1, 1898. (Bec'd Jan. 19, 1898) 48 
Criterion. Jan. 22, 1898. (Bec'd Jan. 22, 1898). .. 49 
Cuba. Jan. 19, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898). .. 



.. 50 

Cuba y America. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898. ) 

51 



Cut gems. Nov., 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898) 



52 



Dec, 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898) 53 

Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898) 54 

Cycle age. Jan. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898) .. 55 

Cycling gazette. Jan. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898. ) 

56 

Daily racing form, Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 18, 

1898.) 57 

Jan. 16-17, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898) 58 

Jan. 18, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898) 59 

Jan. 19, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898) 60 

Jan. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898) 61 

Jan. 21, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898) 62 

Detective library. Jan. 21, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 

63 

Dry goods economist. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 
1898.) 64 

Diamond Dick, jr. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 
1898.) 65 

Dime library. Jan. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898) . . 66 

Education extension. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 
1898.) 67 

Electrical engineer. Jan. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 
1898.) 68 

Jan. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Jau. 22, 1898) 69 

Electrical review. Jan. 19, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1K98. ) 

70 

Electrical world. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 

71 

Engineering record. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 

1898.) • 72 

Everywhere. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 16, 1898) 73 

Examiner. Jan. 20, 1898. (Rec'd .Jan. 20, 1898)... . 74 
Facts and fiction. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898) 75 

Family story paper. Jan. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Jau. 22, 

1898.) 76 ' 

Farm and borne. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 

77 



John Brisben Walker, 

New York. 

Stromberg, Allen & eo., 

Chicago. 

G. L. Davidson, 

New York. 

M. R. Angulo, New York. 

Manuel Montero, 

New York. 

George W. Plack, 

Troy, N. Y. 

Do. 

Do. 

Cycle age co., Chicago. 

Emil Grossman & bro., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Frank H. Brunell, 

Chicago. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Frank Tousey, New York. 

Textile pub. co., New York. 

Street & Smith, New York. 

Beadle & Adams, New York. 

Cleary pub. co., 

Ypsilanti, Mich. 

Electrical engineer, 

New York. 

Do. 

Electrical review pub. co., 
New York. 

W.J.Johnston co., 

New York. 

Engineering record, 

New York. 

Will Carleton, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Examiner co., New York. 

Dominion co., Chicago. 

Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Phelps pub. co., 

Springfield, Mass. 



173 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. Copyright Proprietors. 



Farm implement news. Jan. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 22, Farm implement news co., 
1898.) . 78 Chicago. 

Farm machinery. Jan. 19, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898. ) Midland pub. co., 

79 St. Louis, Mo. 

Farm poultrv. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17. 1898.) I. S. Johnson & co.. Boston. 

80 

Farmer. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 19. 1898) 81 Orange Judd co., Chicago. 

Federal reporter. Jan. 11. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) West pub. co., 

82 St, Paul, Minn. 

Fishing gazette. Jan. 22. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 22. 1898.) Geo. Jennings, New York. 

83 

Forest and stream. Jan. 22. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 20. Forest and stream pub. co., 
1898.) 84 New York. 

Frank Leslie's popular monthly. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Frederic L. Colver, 
Jan. 19, 1898.) 85 New York. 

Frank Reade's library. Jan. 21, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 22, Frank Tousey, New York. 

1898.) 86 

Gardening. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898).. 87 Gardening co.. Chicago. 

Golden hours. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898). 88 Norman L. Munro. 

New York. 

Golden moments. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) Lane's List, Augusta, Me. 

89 

Granite monthly. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) Granite monthly co., 

90 Concord, N. H. 

Great round world. Jan. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 20, William Beverley Harison, 
1898.) ' 91 New York. 

Half dime library. Jan. 11, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. *17, Beadle & Adams, 
1898.) 92 New Y^ork. 

Happy days. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898). . 93 Frank Tousey, New York. 

Harper's bazar. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) Harper & bros., 

94 New York. 

Harper's weekly. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 19, Do. 

1898.) 95 

Home art. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898) 96 Home art pub. co., 

Chicago. 

Home study for the building trades. Feb., 1898. Colliery engineer co.. 

(Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 97 Scranton, Pa. 

Horseman. Jan. 18, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898). .. 98 Chicago horseman newspa- 
per co., Chicago. 

Hub. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898) 99 Trade news pub. co., 

New York. 

Illustrated American. Jan. 22. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 22, Lorillard Spencer. 

1898.) 100 New Y T ork. 

Illustrated Buffalo express. Jan. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Geo. E. Matthews & co.. 
, Jan. 17, 1898.) 101 Buffalo, N. Y. 

Illustrated family herald. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. Lane's list. 

17,1898.) 102 Augusta, Me. 

Illustrated rjolice news. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. Alden pub. co., 
20,1898.) 103 Boston. 

Jewelers' circular. Jan. 19, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, Jewelers' circular pub. co., 
1898.) 104 New York. 

14450— Yol. 14, Xo. 3 3 



174 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Jewelers' weekly. Jan. 19, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 20,1898.) 

105 

Jewish comment. Jan. 21, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898. ) 

106 

Journal of nervous and mental disease. Jan., 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 107 

Journal of the American medical association. Jan. 15, 
1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 108 

Journal of school geography. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
17,1898.) 109 

Judge. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898) 110 

Junior Christian endeavor world. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) Ill 

Kneipp system. Jan. 15,1898. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 

112 

Landwirthschaftliche beilage. Jan. 21, 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan 22, 1898.) 113 

Lawyer's reports annotated. Jan. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Lawyers' cooperative pub. 
Jan. 20, 1898.) 114 co. Rochester, X. Y. 

League director. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898 Apostleship of prayer, 

115 j New York. 

Legal intelligencer. Jan. 21, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 22, Edward P. Allinson, 

1898.) 116 | Philadelphia. 

Life. Jan. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898) 117 j Mitchell & Miller, 

New York 

Lippincott's monthly magazine. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd I J. B. Lippiucott co., 
Jan. 22, 1898.) . 118 Philadelphia. 



Trades weekly co., 

New York. 

" The publishers," 

Baltimore, Md. 

Chas. Henry Brown, 

New York. 

American medical ass'n, 

Chicago. 

R. E. Dodge, Lancaster, Pa. 



Arkell pub. co., New York. 
Golden rule co., Boston. 

L. M. Sweizer, New York. 



Westliche post ass'n, 

St. Louis, Mo. 



McClure's magazine. Feb., 1888. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 

1898.) 119 

Medical record. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 

120 



S. S. McClure co., 



New York. 



Wm. Wood & co., 



New York. 



Merck's report Jan. 15,1898. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) , Merck & co., New York. 

121 

Missionary review. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) ' Funk & Wagnalls co., 

122 New York. 



Money. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898). 



Money pub. co., New York. 
W. R. Hearst, New York. 



Morning journal (German), Jan. 17, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
17, 1898.) 124 

Jan. 18, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898) 125 

J an. 19, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898) 126 

Jan. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898) 127 

Jan. 21, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898) 128 

Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898) 129 

Municipal record and advertiser. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd j Columbia pub. co., 

Jan. 17, 1898.) 130 New York. 

Musical age. Jan. 13, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898) . 131 j Harry Edward Freund, 

New York. 
National farmer. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) Lane's list, Augusta, Me. 

N a*|o na l Police gazette. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. Richard K. Fox, New York. 
20,1898.) !33 



175 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Jan. 15, 1898. 



(Rec'd Jan. 
134 



.. 135 

(Rec'd 
136 



New England homestead 
IT, 1898. 1 

Jan. 22. 1888. (Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898) 

New England master-builder. Jan. 15. 1898 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 

New Jersey contractor. Jan. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
22, 1898.) 137 

New York herald, Jan. 14, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 
1898.) 138 

Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898) 139 

Jan. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898) 140 

New York journal, Jan. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 



1898.) 

Jan. 18, 1898. 

Jau. 19, 1898. 

Jan. 20, 1898. 

Jan. 21, 1898. 

Jan. 22, 1898. 

Xew York ledger. 

1898.) 

New York medical journal. 
17, 1898.) 



141 

(Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898) 142 

(Rec'd Jan. 19, 1888) 143 

(Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898) 144 

(Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898) 145 

(Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898) 146 

Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 19. 

147 

Jan. 15,1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
148 



Jan. 



15, 
149 

13. 
150 

17, 

151 



152 
153 



(Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898) 

(Rec'd Jan. 18,1898) 

(Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898).., 154 

(Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898) 155 

(Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898) 156 

Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
157 



Xew York state reports and session laws 
1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 

New York supplement and state reporter. Jan 
1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 

Xew York times, Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
1898.) 

Jan. 16, 1898. 

— Jan. 17, 1898. 

— Jan. 18, 1898. 

Jan. 19, 1898. 

Jan. 20, 1898. 

Xew York times weekly 
17, 1898. ) 

Xew York weekly. Feb. 5, 
1898.) 

Xew Yorker Abendblatt, Jan 
17, 1898.) 

Jan. 17, 1898. 

Jan. 18, 1898. 

Jan. 19, 1898. 

- — Jan. 20, 1898. 

Jan. 21, 1898. 

Xew Yorker Sonntagsblatt. 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 

New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, Jan. 17, 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 166 

Jan. 18. 1898. ( Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898) 167 



1898. 



(Rec'd Jan. 21, 
158 

15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
159 

(Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898) 160 

(Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898) 161 

(Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898) 162 

(Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898) 163 

(Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898) 164 

Jan. 16, 1898. (Rec'd 
165 



Orange Judd co., 

Springfield, Mass. 

Do. 

H. H. Lepper, Boston. 

Ringier, 

West Hoboken, N. J. 

James Gordon Bennett, 

Xew York. 

Do. 

Do. 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Robert Bonner's sons, 

New York. 

D. Appleton &. co., 

Xew York. 

Banks & bros., and James 
B. Lyon, Albany, N. Y. 

West pub. co., 

St. Paul, Minn. 

New York times co., 

Xew York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Street & Smith, Xew York. 

New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, 
Xew York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



176 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Vew Yorker Staats-Zeitung 3 Jan. 19. 1898. ( Rec'd Jan. 
19,1898.) 168 

- — Jan. 20. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 20. 1898) 169 

Jan. 21. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898) 170 

Jan. 22.1898. (Rec'd Jan. 22. 1898) 171 

New Yorker Wochenblatt. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
20.1898.) 172 

Northeastern reporter. Jan. 14. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21. 
1898.) 173 

Northwestern reporter. Jan. 15. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 

1898.) 171 

Ohio legal news. Jan. 17. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17. 1898) 

175 

Old Cap. Collier library. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 22. 
1898.) 176 

Our productions. Jan.. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17. 1898.) 

177 

Our youno- people. Jam 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17. 1898. ) 

17S 



NewYorker Staats-Zeitung, 
New York. 


Do. 








Do. 








Do. 








Do. 








West pub. 


CO., 

St. 


Paul, 


Minn. 


Do. 








Laning pr 


inting co.. 

Norwalk 


Ohio. 



N. L. Munro, New York. 



Am. pub. and eng. co., 

New York. 

Young people co., 

Milwaukee. Wis. 



Outlook. Jan. 22. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898) 



179 Outlook company. 



Pacific reporter. Jan. 13. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17. 1898.) 

180 

Peck's buyers' index. 4th year. no. 31. (Rec'd Jan. 22, 
1898.) 181 

— — (Spanish.) 1th year, no. 30. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 

182 

People's literary companion. Jan.. 1898. (Rec'd Jan 

17, 1898.) 183 

People's railway guide. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 
1898.) 184 

Philadelphia inquirer. Jan. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 18. 
1898.) is:, 

Jan. 17, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898) 186 

Jan. 18, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898) 187 

Jan. 19, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898) 188 

Jan. 20, 1898. (Ree'd Jan. 20, 1898) 189 

Jan. 21, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898) 190 

Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898) 191 ' 

Philadelphia medical journal, Jan. 8. 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 19, 1898.) ' 192 

Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 19. 1898. ) 193 

Pittsburg times. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 

194 

Jan. 17, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898) 195 

Jan. 18, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898) 196 

Jan. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898) 197 

Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898) 198 ■ 



New York. 



West pub. co. 



St. Paul, Minn. 
W. E. Peck & co.. 



New York. 



Do. 



Lane's list, Augusta. Me. 

C. S. Pease, Albany. N. Y. 

Philadelphia inquirer co., 
Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Philadelphia medical pub. 
co., Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Pittsburg times, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



177 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 

Titles. Copyright Proprietors. 

Proceedings of the United States naval institute. Naval institute of the U. S. 
v.23,no.4. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 199 Annapolis, Md. 

Puck. Jan. 26. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898) 200 Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

Xew York. 

Killer and driver. Jan. 22. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21. 1898.) Rider and driver pub. co., 

201 New York. 

Russell's convention dates. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Hamlin Russell, 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 202 Newark, X. J. 

St. Louis republic. Jan. 16, 18[8. (Rec'd Jan. 18, Geo. Knapp & co.. 
1898.) 203 St. Louis, Mo. 

(Sunday magazine.) Jan. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 18. Do. 

1898.) 201 

Saturday evening post. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. Curtis pub. co., 
22.1898.) 205 Philadelphia. 

School and home. Jan. 18. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) Wm. L. Thomas, 

206 St. Louis, Mo. 

Scientific American. Jan. 22. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, Munn & co., New York. 

1898.) 207 

Southeastern reporter. Jan. 11. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, West pub. co., 
1898.) 208 St. Paul, Minn. 

Southern reporter. Jan. 12. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, Do. 

1898. ) 209 

Southwestern reporter. Jan. 17, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. Do. 

21.1898.) 210 

Standard. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898). .. 211 Standard press, New York. 

Stone. Jan.,1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898) 212 D.H.Rauck & co., 

Chicago. 

Sugar beet. Jan.. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898) ... 213 Sugar beet, Philadelphia. 

Sun, Jan. 16, 1898, (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898) 214 Sun printing and pub. ass'n, 

New York. 

Jan. 17. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898) 215 Do. 

Jan. 18, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898) . . -. 216 Do. 

Jan. 19.1898. (Rec'd Jan. 19. 1898) 217 Do. 

Jan. 20. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898) 218 Do. 

Jan. 21, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898) 219 Do. 

Sunday magazine. Jan. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, Sunday press, Xew York. 
1898.) 220 

Sunday school times. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 20, John D. Wattles & co., 

18980 221 Philadelphia. 

Sunshine for youth. Jan.. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) Lane's list, Augusta,Me. 

222 

Superintendent and foreman. Jan. 18, 1898. (Rec'd Joseph Yan Xess, Boston. 
Jan. 17, 1898.). 223 

Supreme court reporter. Jan. 10, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. West pub. co., 
17, 1898. ) 224 St. Paul, Minn . 

Svenska Amerikanska posten. Jan. 11, 1898. (Rec'd S. J. Turnbead, 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 225 Minneapolis, Minn. 

Texas magazine. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) William C. Scarff, 

226 Dallas. Tew 



178 

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Titles. I Copyright Proprietors. 

Therapeutic gazette. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 19, Wm. M. Warren, 
1898.) 227 I Detroit Mich. 

Tip top weekly. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) Street & Smith, New York. 

228 

Tobacco. Jan. 14, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898) .... 229 T. H. Delano pub. co., 

New York. 

Town topics. Jan. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898) . 230 Town topics pub. co., 

New York. 

Truth. Jan. 26, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898) 231 Truth co., New York. 

United States courts of appeals reports. Jau. 15. 1898. Banks & bros., New York. 
(Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 232 

Viavi cause. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898) . . 233 H. & H. E. Law. 

San Francisco, Cal. 

Vogue. Jau. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898) 234 Fashion co., New York. 

Western brewer. Jau., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898). 235 H. S. Rich & co., Chicago. 

Western electrician. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, Electrical pub. co., 

1898.) 236 Chicago. 

Western painter. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898). 237 Charles H. Webb, 

Chicago. 

Western school journal. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17. John MacDonald, 

1898. ) 238 Topeka, Ivans. 

What to eat. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898) . . . 239 Pierce & Pierce, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Wool record. Jan. 18, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898). 210 Wool record pub co., 

New York. 

World. Jan. 17. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898) 211' Press pub. co., New York. 

Jan. 18. 1898. I Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898) 242 Do. 

Jan. 19, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898) 243 Do. 

Jan. 20. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898) 241 Do. 

Jan. 21, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898) 245 Do. 

World (comic weekly). Jan. 16. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, Do. 

1898.) 246 

World (Sunday). Jan. 16. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) Do. 

247 

World (woman's). Jan. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, Do. 

1898.) 948 

World's Sunday magazine. Jan. 16, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. Do. 

17, 1898.) 249 

Young people's weekly. Jan. 23, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 17, David C. Cook pub. co.. 

1898.) 250 | Elgin, 111. 
Jan. 30, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898) 251 ! Do. 

Youth's companion. Jan. 20. 1898. (Rec'd Jau. 19, Perrv Mason & co., 

I 898 -) 252 Boston. 



179 



IV. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COL- 
LECTIONS OF MUSIC. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Academy church music uo. 23. [Music hook.] [u. i.] 
(1898, no. 6621. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 1 

Adagio. Fiir harmonium. By Arthur Bird. op. 37, 
no. 3. Berlin, Paul Koeppen. (1898, no. 6344. 
Rec'd Jan. 17.1898.) 2 

Adelina. Yalse by Fabio Canipana. Forpiano. Cin- 
cinnati. John Church co. (1898, no. 6871. Rec'd 
JaD.19,1898.) 3 

Aclio to Napoli. By T. Cottrau. Arranged by D. 
Wormser, for zither. New York, F.A.Mills. (1898, 
no.6635. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 4 

Adoro te devote. For mixed voices. By B. Hamma. 
Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. [Catholic church music, 
no. 27.] (1898, no. 6473. Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 5 

Ah! tell me why. By Mme de Rothschild. Ar- 
ranged bv D. Wormser. for zither. New York. F. A. 
Mills. (1898, no. 6636. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 6 

Air de dause. For the violin, with pianoforte accom- 
paniment, hy Henry Tolhurst. London, Wickins & 
co. [No. 74, Wickins' violin literature.] (1898, 
no.6955. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 7 



Chorus by C. L. 
(1898, no." 6318. 



All shall he well. Rev. S. W. Speer. 
H. Chas. L. Harrison, [n. i.] 
Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 8 

All that thou art to me. Song. Written by Kit Mar- 
low. Composed bv Weston Favre. London, Weeks 
& co. (1898, no. 6366. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 9 

All will be glory, by and by. Lydia N. Williams ; Wm. 
J. Kirkpatrick, [n.i.j (1898* no. 6354. Rec'd Jan. 
17,1898.) 10 

Am Briinulein, Clavierstiick, von Carl Giiitschals. op. 
247. Leipzig, Fr. Portius. (1898. no. 7434. Rec'd 
Jan. 22, 1898.) 11 

Am schonen Rheiu. At the beautiful Rhine. Salon- 
stuck fiir pianoforte. Hermann Wenzel. op. 305. 
Leipzig, Fr. Portius. (1898, no. 7447. Rec'd Jan. 22, 
1898.) 12 

And the bell goes ting-a-ling-ling. Words by Hugh 
Morton. Music bv Gustave Kerker. [n.i.] (1898, 
no. 6416. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 13 

Andalusian song. (Audalusisches lied). By Francois 
Behr. For piano. Philadelphia, Hatch music co. 
[Tone gems of the first grade.] (1898, no. 7370. 
Rec'd Jan. 22,1898.) 14 

Answer yes, my sweetheart Bess. Waltz song and 
chorus. Words and music by Eugene Ellsworth. 
Arranged by Horace R. Basler. Pittsburg. Pa., 
Basler's music house. (1898, no. 6996. Rec'd Jan. 
21,1898.) 15 

Anticigarette society. Words by Hugh Morton. 
Music by Gustave" Kerker, [n. i."] (1898, no. 6417. 
Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 16 



Academy of the new church, 
Philadelphia. 

Breitkopf & Hartel, 

New York. 

Fabio Campana. 



F. A. Mills, 

New York. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, 

Boston. 



F. A. Mills, 



New York. 



Wickins & co., 

London, England. 



C. L. Harrison. 



Heekin. Kv. 



Weeks & co., 

London, England. 

Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. 

Fr. Portius, 

Leipzig, Germany. 

Do. 



T. B. Harms & co., 

New York. 



Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 



H.R. Basler. Pittsburg, Pa. 



T. B. Harms & co. 



New York. 



180 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles. 



As a little child. Words E. E. H. Music E. E. Hewitt, 
[n.i.l (1898, no. 6325. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898. ) 17 

At sunset. (Beim Sonnenuntergang.) By Francois 
Behr. For piano. Philadelphia, Hatch music co. 
[Tone gems of the first grade.] (1898. no. 7385. 
Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 18 

Auhade. For the pianoforte. By Mary Travers (Mrs. 
Carey Druce). London, Weekes & Co. (1898, no. 
6365. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 19 

Auf dem lande. Fiir harmoninm. By Arthur Bird. 

op. 37, no. 9. Berlin, Paul Koeppen. (1898, no. 6316. 

Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 20 

Ausdenhochalpen. (From the high Alpes.) Salonstiick, 

von Herman Wenzel. op. 309. For piano. Leipzig, 

Fr. Fortius. (1898, no. 7113. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 21 

Ausfrohem herzen. (From a joyful heart.) Salonstiick, 
von Otto Frohlieh. op. 16. For piano. Leipzig, 
Fr. Portius. (1898, no. 7131. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 22 

Austrian song. (Osterreicbisches volkslied.) By 
Frangois Behr. For piano. Philadelphia, Hatch 
music co. [Tone gems of the first grade.] (1898, no. 
7389. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 23 

Ave Maria Stella. For mixed voices. By B. Hanima. 
Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. [Catholic church mu- 
sic no. 25.] (1898, no. 6171. Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 

21 

Avowal of love. By F. Thome. Arranged by D. 
Wormser, for zither. New York, F.A.Mills. (1898, 
no. 6632. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 25 

Song and chorus. Words by Miss 
Music by P. P. Bliss. Cincinnati, 

(Rec'd Jan. 19, 189S.) 26 

" Beatrice " march. 
Brockton, Mass. 
Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 

Beautiful evening star. Duet for soprano and con- 
tralto. Composed by Jessie Williams. Cincinnati. 
John Church co. (1898, no. 6872. Rec'd Jan. 19, 
1898.) 28 

Beuedicite. ByH. Hudson. For mixed voices, [n. i.] 
(1898, no. 6525. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 29 

Bird in the wood (Vogel im walde.) Salon etude, by 
Carl Bohm, op. 311. For piano. Philadelphia, 
Hatch music co. (Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 30 

Black (The) nobility's ball. Coon march song. Words 
and music by Harry S. Miller. New York, Gage! 
brothers. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 31 

Blocker's band journal. Composed by Ferdinand 
Chicago, E. T. Root &'sons, [n. d.] 



Baby's sweet sleep. 
Maggie Warren. 
John Church co. 



Bv A. C.Gardner. [For orchestra.] 
A. C. Gardner. (1898, no. 6179. 



Blocker. 



(71386. Rec'd Dec. 20, 1897.) 32 

Blue bell polka, by J. G. Brown. Arranged by M. M. 
Cobb, for two guitars. Meriden, Conn., J. G. Brown. 
(1898, no. 6481. Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 33 

Bliithenduft. (Fragrance of blossoms.) Salon mazurka, 
von Carl Gauschals, op. 279. For piano. Leipzig, 
Fr. Portius. (1898, no. 7138. Rec'd Jan. 22, 18i;8.) 34 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Geo. D. Elderkin, 

Oak Park, 111. 

Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 



Weekes & co., 

London, England. 

Breitkopf & Hartel, 

New Y^ork. 

Fr. Portius, 

Leipzig, Germany. 

Do. 



Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



F. A. Mills, New York. 



P. P. & G. G. Bliss. 



A. C. Gardner, 

Brockton, Mass. 

Jessie Williams, 

United States. 



Joseph Williams, 

London, England. 

Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 

Gagel brothers, 

New York. 

E. T. Root & sons, 



Chicago. 



J. G. Brown, 



Meriden, Conn. 

Fr. Portius, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



181 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— CONTINUED. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Bolero. By Francois Behr. For piano. Philadel- 
phia, Hatch music co. [Tone gems of the first 
grade.] (1898, no. 7386. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898. ) 35 

Bon-ton (The) souvenir. March and two step, by 
L. Keinhard. [For piano.] New York, W. B. Gray 
& co. (Kec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 36 

Boy (A) without a sweetheart. Song and refrain. 
Words and music by Geo. M. Cohen. New York, 
W. B. Gray & co. (Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 37 

Bread, cheese, and kisses. Duet. Words by Harry B. 
Smith. Music bv Reginald De Koven. Xew York, 
T. B. Harms & co. (1898, no. 7000. Rec'd Jan. 19. 
1898.) 38 

Cautabile. "Pagliacci." By R. Leoncavalloy. Ar- 
ranged by D. Wormser for zither. New York, F. A. 
Mills. (1898, no. 6637. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 39 

Carmen waltzes. By Juventino Rosas. Arranged by 
Dave Brandamour for 1st and 2d mandolins and 
guitar. Chicago. National music co. (1898, no. 
7072. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 40 

Changed in the twinkling of an eye. Fanny J. 
Crosby. Win. J. Kirkpatrick. [n. i.J (1898, no. 
6352. ' Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 11 

Chanson de priutemps. Mendelssohn's spring song. 
Arranged by Win, O. Barnwell. Duo for mandolin 
and guitar. * Atlanta, Ga., Win. O. Barnwell. (1898, 
no. 6141. Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 42 

Dno for one mandolin. Atlanta. Ga., Win. O. 

Barnwell. (1898, no. 6142. Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 43 

Chanson triste. By Tschaikowsky. Arranged by D. 
Wormser for zither. New York, F. A. Mills. (1898, 
no. 6633. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 44 

Chicago (The) skyscraper march. (Two step.) By 
Richard Ferber. [For orchestra.] Cincinnati, John 
Church co. (1898, no. 6891. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 

45 

Chosen, my Lord, in Thee. Rev. J. E. Rankin : H. L. 
Amiss, [ii. i.] (1898. no. 6168. Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 

46 

Chromatic (The) march. By L. L. Howard. [For 
military band], [n. i.] (1898, no. 6412. Rec'd Jan. 
21, 1898.) 47 

Colonial (The) dames' waltzes. By John Philip Sousa. 
[For band.] Cincinnati, John Church co. (1898, 
no. 6897. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 48 

Come again, sweet loye. Song. Words by George 
Cooper. Music by Henrr Tucker. New York, Wm. 
A. Pond & co. (1898, no.' 6750. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 

49 

Come, ye saints, look here and wonder. Sacred song 
for Easter. For soprano or tenor. By G. W. Mars- 
ton. Cincinnati. John Church co. (1898, no. 6881. 
Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 50 

Coming (The) day. Words by M. A. West. Music by 
J.W.Ward, [mi.] (1898, no. 6326. Rec'd Jan. 17. 
'.) 51 



Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 



Wm. B. Gray 



Do. 



New York. 



T. B. Harms & co., 

New York. 



F.A.Mills, New York. 



National music co. 



Chicago. 



Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. 

Wm. O. Barnwell, 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Do. 



F. A. Mills, New York. 



John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



J. E. Rankin, 

Y\ ashinffton, D. C, 



Dver & bro., 

St. Paul. Minn. 



John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Heirs of Henry Tucker, 

United States. 



John Church co., 

Cincinnati. Ohio. 



Geo. D. Elderkin, 

Oak Park. 111. 



182 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Confession (A). (Geslandniss.) By Francois Belir. 

For piano. Philadelphia. Hatch music co. [Tone 

gems of the first grade.] (1898. no. 7380. Eec'd 

Jan. 22, 1898.) 52 

Conquerors (The) waltz. From "The conquerers." 
By William Furst. [For piano.] New York, How- 
ley, Haviland & co. (1898. no. 6321. Eec'd Jan. 17. 
1898.) 53 

Consolations. "Written hy Geo. A. Stevens. Composed 
bv John Francis. London, Francis. Dav & Hunter. 
(1898. no. 6042. Eec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 54 

Contra dance journal, for hall-room orchestra. Thirty 
of the very best new and old jigs, reels, and horn- 
pipes. Arranged for 1st violin. 4 C . Chicago. E. T. 
Boot & sons, [n. d.] (71385. Eec'd Dec. 20,1897.) 

55 

Cook's (A) excursion trip. Words hy Richard Morton. 
Composed bv George Le Brunn. London, Francis. 
Day & Hunter. (1898, no. 6048. Eec'd Jan. 17. 
1898.) 56 

Coster's (The) daughter. Written by Paul Pelliam. 

Composed bv George Le Brunn. London, Francis. 

Day & Hunter. (1898, no. 6048. Eec'd Jan. 17. 

1898.) 7u 

Crescent athletic club march. Composed by Adolphe 

E. Smylie. [For piano.] [n. i.] (1898. no. 754:!. 

Eec'd Jan. 22. 1898.) 58 

Crowns of glory ever bright. Duet for soprano and 
alto, for Easter. Arranged from a melody by Eis- 
oldt. By J. E. Murray. Cincinnati, John Church 
co. (1898, no. 6885. Eec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 59 

Song. No. 1 in C. The words 

The music bv La n don Ronald. 

& co. (1898^ no. 6380. Eec'd 

60 
The words by Kathleen Green. 
The music bv Landon Ronald. New York, Boosev 
& co. (1898, no. 6379. Eec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 61 

Dance of the snow-flakes. Caprice. For piano. Bv 
George William Warren. New York, Win. A. Pond 
& co. (1898, no. 6747. Eec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 62 

Dancing ripples. Mazurka de salon. By E. Goerdeler. 
op. 55. [For piano.] New York, Wm. A. Pond & co. 
(1898, no. 6746. Eec'd Jan. 20, 1898. ) 63 

Dance of the coons. Eecollections. no. 3. For the 
piano By Bryceson Treharne. London. W. Morlev 
& co. (1898, no. 6383. Eec'd Jan. 18. 1898.) 64 

Danse pastorale. Air de ballet, no. 5. Revised and 
fingered. By Hans S. Line. C. Chamenade. [For 
piano.] Chicago, National music co. (Eec'd Jan. 
19,1898.) 65 

Darkies' (The) carnival. Characteristic two-step. By 
E. O. Goldsmith. [For orchestra.] Cincinnati, 
John Church co. (1898, no. 6895. Eec'd Jan. 19. 
1898.) 6 6 

Days (The) now past. Words bv J. B. Lawreen. 
Music by H. W. Fitchett. Cincinnati. John Church 
co. (1898,no.6873. Eec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 67 



Crown (A) of roses. 

by Kathleen Green. 

New York. Boosev 

Jan. 18, 1898.) 
No. 2 in E flat. 



Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 



Howley. Haviland & co., 

New York. 



Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London, England. 

E. T. Eoot & sons. Chicago. 



Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London, England. 



Do. 



Adolphe E. Smylie, 

New York. 



John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Enoch & sons. 

Loudon. England. 



Do. 



George William Warren, 

United States. 



E. Goerdeler, 

United States. 

W. Morley & co., 

London, England. 



National music co. 



Chicago. 



John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



H. W. Fitchett, 

United States. 



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Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Dear Master, walk with me. 
Amiss., [n. i.] (1898, no 
1898.) 



Rev. J. E. Rankin. ILL. 
. 6469. Rec'd Jan. 18, 

68 



Doda polka. Composed by Daniel Kinkel, jr. For 
piano. Cincinnati, John Chnreh co. (1898, no. 6874. 
Rec'd Jan. 19. 1898.) 69 

Does yon love your ljal>y, honey? A coon song by 
Howard Carlton. Buffalo, N. Y., Lampe music co. 
(1898, no. 6990. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 70 

Dolly Dooley. Song and chorus. Words and music by 
Joe Flvnn. New York, M. Witmark & sons. (Rec'd 
Jan. 21, 1898.) 71 

Dolly's lullaby. (Puppen-Wiegenlied.) By Francois 
Behr. For piano. Philadelphia, Hatch music co. 
[Tone gems of the first grade.] (1898, no. 7384. Rec'd 
Jan. 22, 1898.) 72 

Don't be afraid to try. Written by Aubrey Hop wood. 
Composed by Frank Lambert. Loudon W., Chap- 
pell &. co., ltd. (1898, no. 6957. Rec'd Jan. 21, 
1898.) 73 

Don't cry, my little maiden. Song. Words by Will R. 
Frier. Music by Luez Alexander. Chicago, Chicago 
music co. (1898.no.6478. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 74 

Don't forget your Maggie. By Arthur F. Williams. 
[Orchestration.] Bradford, Pa.. Williams & Meyers. 
(1898, no. 6905. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 75 

Dora Dean and My best girl 's a New Yorker. Songs, 
no. 4091. [Musical chart.] [mi.] (1898, no. 6147. 
Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 76 

Dreams of heaven, no. 1. [Three duets.] By Robert 
Goldbeck. Chicago, S. Brainard's sons. (1898, no. 
6917. Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.)- 77 

Duet from Faust. By C. Gounod. 
Wormser for zither. New York, I 
no. 6625. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 

Duette fur violiue und'viola. Yon Robert Fucho. 
op.60.no. 2. In rubi^er anmnth. Leipzig, C.Hof- 
bauer. (1898, no. 6055. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 79 

Durch die haide. (Through the heath.) Marsch- 
rondo. Yortnigsstucke fur pianoforte. Componirt 
mid mit fingersatz versehen von Carl Heins. op. 
234, no. 1. [Piano solo.] Boston, B. F. Wood music 
co. (1898, no. 7161. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 80 

Dasselbe vierhandig. (Piano 4 hands.) Boston, 

B.F.Wood music co. (1898, no. 7159. Rec'd Jan. 22, 

1898.) 81 

Easy pieces (in the first grade) for little folks. Choice 
competitions for the use of young students. Care- 

■ fullv fingered and annotated. Philadelphia, Hatch 
music co. (1898, no. 4974. Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 82 

Ecce panis angelorum. For solo chorus. By B. 
Hamma. Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. [Catholic 
church music, no. 28.] (1898, no. 6474. Rec'd Jan. 18, 

1898.) 83 

Echo. By Francois Behr. For piano. Philadelphia, 
Hatch music co. [Tone gems of the first grade.] 
(1898, no. 7390, Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 84 



Arranged bv D. 

A. Mills. (1898, 
78 



J. E. Rankin, 

Washington, 1). C. 

Daniel Kinkel, jr., 

United States. 

Lampe & White, 

Buffalo, NY. 



M. 



Witmark & sons, 

New York. 



Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 



Chappel & co., ltd., 

London W.. England. 



Will R. Frier. Yaldosta, Ga. 



Arthur F. Williams, 

Bradford. Pa. 



Regina music box co., 

Rah way. N. J, 



Robert Goldbeck. 



F. A. Mills, New York. 



C. Hof bauer. 

Leipzig, Germany. 

B. F. Wood music co., 

Boston. 



Do. 



Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 



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Titles. 



Elfen (Der) abendfeier. The elves' evening frolics. 
Tonstiick fiir pianoforte. Componirt von Herrmann 
Wenzel. op. 307. Leipzig, Fr. Portius. - (1898, no. 
7445. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) ' 85 

Elite mandolin collection. Composed and arranged 
by Henry Wehxmann, with piano accompaniment. 
New Orleans. La., H. YVehrrnann. (1898, no. 6555. 
Jan. 19, 1898.) 86 

Entrance song. Quiller and constables. The high- 
wayman. Romantic comic opera. Book by H. B. 
Smith. Music by Reginald de Koven. New York. 
T. B. Harms & co. (1898. no. 7544. Rec'd Jan. 22. 

1898.) 87 

Equestrienne galop. By G. R. Oliver. [For orches- 
tra.] Cincinnati, Ohio, John Church co. (1898, no. 
6896. Rec'd Jan. 19. 1898.) 88 

Ethel polka. By Francois Behr. For piano. Phila- 
delphia. Hatch music co. [Tone gems of the lirst 
grade.]' (1898, no. 7368. Rec'd Jam 22, 1898.) 89 

Evening prayer. (Abeudgebet.) By Francois Behr. 
For piano. Philadelphia, Hatch music co. [Tone 
gems of the first grade.] (1898, no. 7373. Rec'd 
Jan. 22, 1898.; 90 

Faithful. Song for medium voice in 1) flat. Words 

by Frank L. Stanton. Music by C. O. Fosgate. 
Boston, Oliver Ditson co. (1898. no. 6334. Rec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 91 

Fantasiestiick fiir violine, mit begleitung des piano- 
forte von Victor Russia. Leipzig, Ernst Enlenberg. 
(1898, no. 6056. Rec'd Jan. 17. 1898. ) 92' 

Farmer (The) and the scarecrow. Duet and chorus. 
Words by Harry B. Smith. Music by Reginald De 
Koven. New York, T. B. Harms A: co. (1898, no. 
6999. Rec'd Jan. 19. 1898.) 93 

Fern von der heimath. (Far from home.) Clavier- 
stuck. Yon Hermann Wenzel. op. 295. Leipzig, 
Fr. Portius, (1*98, no. 7423. Rec'd Jan. 22. 1898.) 94 

Forget not thou. Words by Helen Chisholm. Music 
by Filson Young. London W., Forsvth bros. (1898, 
no. 6523. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 95 

Four (The) suits of cards. Written and composed by 
Fred J. Barnes. London, Frances. Day cV Hunter. 
(1898, no. 6044. Rec'd Jan. 17. 1898.) 96 

Free from self. (Consecration hymn.) John R. Clem- 
ents. Robert Lowry. [n. i.] (1898. no. 6909. Rec'd 
Jan. 20, 1898.) 97 

Frohe (Der) wandersmann. (The merry wanderer.) 
Tmstiick von Hermann Wenzel. op. 304. For 
piano. Leipzig, Fr. Portius. (1898, no. 7440. Rec'd 
Jan. 22, 1898.) yx 

Fun and frolic; or, sleigh-ride polka. Composed by 
Thomas Baker. [For piano.] New York, Will. \. 
Pond & co. (1898, no. 6751. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 99 

Gavotte. For string orchestra with piano accompani- 
ment. By Lino Mattioli. Cincinnati, John Church 
co. (1898, no. 6888. Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 100 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Fr. Portius, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



H. Wehrmann, 

New Orleans, La. 



T. B. Harms & co., 

New Y"ork. 



John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Hatch music co.. 

Philadelphia. 

Do. 



Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



Ernst Eulenberg, 

Leipzig, Germany 

T. B. Harms & co., 

New Y^ork, 



Fr. Portius. 

Leipzig, Germany. 

Forsyth bros., 

London W., England. 



Frances. Day & Hunter, 

London. England. 



Robert Lowry, New York. 



Fr. Portius, 

Leipzig, Germany 



Heirs of Thomas Baker, 

United States. 



John Church co. , 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



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Gavotte. For violin and piano. By Lino Mattioli. Cin- 
cinnati, John Church co. (1898, no. 6886. Rec'd Jan. 
19,1898.) 101 

Gavotte, in E flat. Recollections, no. 2. For the pi- 
ano, by Bryceson Treharne. London. W. Morlev & 
co. (i898,no.6382. Kec'd Jan. 18, 1398.) *102 

General (The). March and two-step. By Henry John 
McLeer. [For piano. J New York, Chas. W. Held. 
(1898, no. 6993. Kec'd J an. 21, 1898.) 103 

Genevieve. An operetta in 3 acts. Libretto by Mrs. 
L.L.Stratton. Music by G. W. Stratton. Boston, 
G. W. Stratton & co. (1898, no. 6989. Rec'd Jan. 
19,1898.) 104 

Girl (The) I loved at school. Song and chorus. Words 
and music by R. H. P. Ellis. Baltimore. Sanders & 
Stayman. (1898. no. 6758. Kec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 105 

"Go 'way, gal." Composed by Otto Bonnell. [Vocal.] 
Chicago, Illinois music co. (1898, no. 7318. Kec'd 
Jan. 22, 1898.) 106 

Golden Jubilee. March and two-step. By Frank G. 
Rohner. [For piano.] [n. i.] (1898, no. 6136. Kec'd 
Jan. 17. 1898.) 107 

Golondrina (La) waltz. (The swallow.) By Serra- 
dell. Arranged by Dave Brandamour for 2 mando- 
lins and guitar. Chicago, National music co. (1898, 
no. 7351 Kec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 108 

Good bye, ma Lindy Cindy Jane. Coon song. Words 
and music by Morris Manlev. Kansas City, Mo., J. 
K.Bell. (1898, no. 6180. Kec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 109 

Gordon (The) highlanders. Written and composed by 
E. W. Rogers. London, Francis. Day & Hunter. 
(1898, no. 6016. Rec'd Jan 17, 1898.) 110 

Gospel (The) ship. Words, K. E. C. Music, Katherine 
E. Chapman, [n.i.] (1898, no. 6327. Rec'd Jan. 17, 
1898.) . Ill 

Grandpapa's dance. (Grossvaters Tauzchen.) By 
Francois Behr. For piano. Philadelphia, Hatch 
music co. [Tone gems of the first grade.] (1898, no. 
7378. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 112 

Gruss a us Bern. Greeting from Berne. Salonstiick. 
Von Hermann Wenzel. op. 311. For piano. Leipzig, 
Fr. Portius. (1898, no. 7111. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 

113 

Gnte nacht. Gedicht von Rich. Lange. By Jacob 
Schmidt, op. 11. Milwaulkee, Rohlfing sons music 
co. [Deutsche mannerchore no. 10.] (1898, no. 6340. 
Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) Ill 

Haidee, sweet Haidee, who lives by the sea. Words 
and music by Harry Sherman Sharpe. Seattle, 
Wash., Winter & Harper. (1898, no. 6765. Rec'd 
Jan. 19, 1898.) 115 

Heart gardening. Key of E flat. Words by Mary R. 
Wlllard. Music by Gertrude Stillman. Boston, 
Oliver Ditson co. (1898, no. 6335. Rec'd Jan. 17, 
I) 116 



John Church co., 

Cincinnati. < >hio. 

W. Morley & co., 

London, England. 

Henry John McLeer, 

United States. 



G. W. Stratton & co., 

Boston. 



K. H.P.Ellis, 

Baltimore. Md. 

Otto Bonnell. Chicago. 



Frank G. Rohner, 

San Francisco. Cal. 



National music co., 



Chicago. 



J. R. Bell, Kansas City, Mo. 



Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London, England. 



Geo. D. Elderkin. 

Oak Park. 111. 



Hatch music co.. * 

Philadelphia. 



Fr. Portius, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Rohlfing sons music co., 

Milwaukee. Wis. 



H. S. Sharpe, Seattle, Wash 



Oliver Ditson co.. Boston. 



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Heart to heart, and soul to soul. Song'. Words by 
Mrs. McFarland Richardson. Music by James R. 
Murray. Cincinnati, John Church co. (1898, no. 
6745. Rec'd Jan. 19. 1898.) 117 

Heimkehrende schwalben. Swallows returning. 
Salonstiick fiir pianoforte. Von Hermann Wenzel. 
op. 300. Leipzig, Fr.Portius. (1898, no. 7126. Rec'd 
Jan. 22. 1898.) 118 

Heini of Steier. (J. Victor v. Scheffel.) For male 
chorus, violin solo, and orchestra or pianoforte. 
Composed by F. Brneschweiler. op. 9. Milwaukee, 
Rohlring sons music co. (1898. no. 6312. Rec'd Jan. 
17, 1898.) 119 

Herzensschatzchen. By Jacob Schmidt, op. 15. 
Milwaukee. Rohlring sons music co. [Deutsche 
Mannerckore, no. 41.] (1898, no. 6311. Rec'd Jan. 17, 
1898.) 120 

Hiawatha. Dramatic cantata by Frederick R. Burton. 
The words selected from the poem by Henry Wads- 
worth LongfelloAv. Boston, Oliver Ditson co. (1898, 
no. 6336. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 121 

Humble (The) swain. Words by Thomas Sylvester. 
Music by Ethel Barns. In E flat. London, W., For- 
syth bros. (1898, no. 6521. Rec'd Jan. 19. 1898.) 122 

Hungarian dance, no. 7. Bv J. Brahms. Arranged bv 
D. Wormser for zither. New York, F. A. Mills. (1898, 
no. 6630. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 123 

I don't want to talk any more. Song and chorus. 
Words and music b v Thomas E. Ffrench. Xew York, 
Willis Woodward & co. (1898, no. 6761. Rec'd Jan. 
19,1898.) 121 

I heard the voice of Jesus say. Duet for soprano and 
alto. Words by Rev. Horatius Bonar. Music by 
G. W. Marston. no. 1928. Cincinnati, Ohio. John 
Churchco. (1898, no. 6898. Rec'd Jau. 19, 1898.) 125 

I wouldn't do anything wrong. Words by Hugh Mor- 
ton. Music by Gnstave Kerker, [n. i.'] (189M. no. 
6118. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 126 

Ichgriisse dich. I give thee my love. Salonstiick von 



op. 12. 
no. 7129. 



A. L. Egbers. 
Portius. ( 

Idol (The) of my heart. 
[Musical chart.] [n.i.] 

17,1898.) 



For piano. Leipzig, Fr. 

Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 127 

Song. 8t;ihl. no. 1558. 

(1898. no. 6118. Rec'd Jan. 

128 



Idol's (The) eye. Comic opera in three acts. Libretto 
by Harry B. Smith. Music by Victor Herbert. The 
Idol's eye lancers. Arranged by Otto Langey, for 
piano. Xew York. Edward Schuberth & co. (1898, 
no. 6756. Rec'd Jan. 19. 1S98.) ' 129 

If I could only hear from her. [Parts of song for 
orchestra.] [n.i.] (1898, no. 7366. Rec'd Jan. 22, 
1898.) 13 

Song and chorus, bv Cortez Monco, [u. i.] 

( 1898, no. 7211. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898. ) 131 

I'll be a friend of yours, if you'll be a friend of mine. 
Words and music bv W. C. Davies. Xew York, 
Gagel bros. '1898, no. 2588. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 

132 



James R. Murray, 

United States. 



Fr. Portius, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Rohliing sons music co., 

Milwaukee, Wis. 



Do. 



Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



Forsyth bros., 

London, England. 

F. A. Mills, New York. 



Willis Woodward & co., 

Xew York 



John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



T. B. Harms & co., 

Xew York. 

Fr. Portius, 

Leipzig, Germany. 

Regina music box co.. 

Rahway, N. J. 

Edward Schuberth cV co., 
New York. 



James B. Allen, 

Providence, R. I. 

Do. 



Gagel bros., Xew York. 



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Titles. 



COPYKIGIIT PltOPRIKTOBS. 



I'll die 011 the field. Duet. Words by D. F. W. 
Music by Mrs. Aura Smitb, [n. (1898, no. 6322. 

Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 133 

I'll surprise the old folks. By Arthur F. Williams. 
[Orchestration.] Bradford, Pa., Williams & Mey- 
ers. (1898. no. 6904. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 134 

I'll tell you why I chose her. Words and music by 
Edna G. Young. Titusville, Pa., F. C. Ingraham. 
(1898, no. 6348. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 135 

I'm her pa. Comic song. Composed by Alfred Lee. 
Cincinnati. John Church co. (1898, no. 6875. Rec'd 
Jan. 19, 1898.) 136 

Im heimarhland. Tonstiick fur pianoforte. Compo- 
nist von Carl Giinschals. op. 246. Leipzig, Fr. 
Portius. (1898, no. 7433. Jan. 22, 1898.) 137 

I'm looking for my baby. Song and chorus. Words 
and music by Harry yon Tilzer. New York, Gagel 
bros. (Received Jan 19, 1898.) 138 

Im perlenglanz. Salon-mazurka. Yon Carl Giin- 
schals. op. 281. For piano. Leipzig, Fr. Portius. 
(1898, no. 7439. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) ^ 139 

Im schonen mai. In the beautiful May. Salon- 
mazurka. For piano. Yon Hermann Wenzel. op. 
293. Leipzig, Fr. Portius. (1898, no. 7422. Rec'd 
Jan. 22, 1898.) 140 

Im Tyrolerland. In Tyrol. Salon dandier. Yon Her- 
mann, op. 303. For piano. Leipzig, Fr. Portius. 
( 1898, no. 7428. Rec'd Jan . 22, 1898. ) 141 

Immer fidel. (Ever pleasing.) Scherzo. Yortrags- 
stticke. Flir pianoforte. Componirt und mit finger- 
satz versehen von Carl Heins. op. 234, no. 2. [Piano 
solo.] Boston, B. F. Wood music co. (1898, no. 7158. 
Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) „ 142 

Yortragsstiicke. Flir pianoforte. Componirt 

und mit nngersatz versehen von Carl Heins. op. 
234, no. 2. Dasselbe vierhandig. (Piano, 4 hands.) 
Boston, B. F. Wood music co. (1898, no. 7157. Rec'd 
Jan. 22. 1898.) 143 

In der fremde. Drei gedichte von Josef Eichendorff. 
Fur mannerchor. Componirt von Martin Pliidde- 
mann. op. 50, no. 1. Leipzig, Rob. Forberg. (1898, 
no. 7450. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) ' 144 

In spring. (Im friihling.) By Francois Behr. For 

piano. Philadelphia, Hatch music co. [Tone gems 

of the first grade.] (1898, no. 7376. Rec'd Jan. 22, 

1898.) 145 

In the evening of life. Song. Written by Kit Mar- 
low. Composed by Weston Fayre. no. i, in E flat. 
London, Weekes & co. (1898, no. 6367. Rec'd Jan. 

, 19,1898.) 146 

In the thorn bush. (In dem dornbusch.) Medium 
voice in G. W. Osterwald. Paul Ambrose, op. 12, 
no. 2. Boston, Oliver Ditson co. (1898, no. 6333. ! 
Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 147 

In those bright eyes. Song and refrain. Words and Popular music co., 
music bv Frank Milton. Brooklyn, Popular music Brooklyn, N. Y. 

co. (Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 1481 



Geo. D. Elderkin, 

Oak Park, 111. 



Arthur F. Williams, 

Bradford, Pa. 

Edna G. Young, 

Titusville, Pa. 

Alfred Lee, United States. 



Fr. Portius, 

Leipzig, Germany. 

Gagel bros., New York. 



Fr. Portius, 

Leipzig, Germany. 

Do. 



Do. 



I B. F. Wood music co., 

Boston. 



Do. 



Rob. Forberg, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 



Weekes & co. 



London. 



Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



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Infatuation galop. Composed for the pianoforte by 
F. Brandeis. op. 22. New York, Wm. A. Pond & 
co. (1898, no. 6718. Eec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 149 

Intermezzo. Cavalleria Eusticana. By Pietro Mas- 
cagni. Arranged by D. Worm ser. For zither. New 
York, F. A. Mills. " (1898, no. 6642. Eec'd Jan. 19, 

1898.) 150 

Intermezzo. For piano. By Otto Hackh. New York, 
Edward Schnberth & co. (Eec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 151 

It was not so to be. "The Trompeter." By V. Nessler. 
Arranged by D. AYormser. For zither. New York, 
F. A. Mills. (1898, no. 6627. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 

152 

Jesu, the yery thought of thee. Sacred song. By W. 
O. \Yilkinson. New York. Edward Schubertk & co. 
(1898, no. 6423. Rec'd Jan. 18. 1898.) 153 

Jet (Le) de perles. Grande polka brillante. By W. 
Newland. [For piano.] Cincinnati. Jolm Church 
co. (1898. no.6876. Eec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 154 

Kindergarten waltz. By Francois Behr. For piano. 
Philadelphia, Hatch music co. [Tone »'ems of the 
first grade.] (1898. no. 7382. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 

155 



King carnival. March. Eosey. 
chart.] [n.i.] (1898, no. 6151. 



no. 1561. [Musical 

Eec'd J an. 17, 1898.) 

156 



Kismet. Words by M. Maynard. Music by Howard 
E. Mellor. Philadelphia! James E. Corbett & co. 
(1898, no. 7071. Eec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 157, 

Kliinge aus dem orient. Sounds from the east. Wal- 
zer you Otto yon VYalden. op. 78. Ausgabe fur 
orchester. Leipzig, Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann. 
(1898, no. 7419. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 158 

Krokodil-marsck. Aus der operette "Das Krokodil." 
YonAdolphFerron. For piano. Leipzig, Jul. Heinr. 

Zimmermann. (1898. no. 6052. Eec'd Jan. 17,1898. 

159 
Largo. By G. P. Handel. Arranged by D. Wormser. 
For zither. New York. F. A. Mills. '(1898. no. 6638. 



160 

Music 

Rec'd 

161 



Eec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 

Lead on, Ebenezer. Words by Hugh Morton, 
by Gustave Kerker. [n. i.]' (1898, no. 6415. 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 

Leanora. (Gavotte.) Piano solo. By J. M. Blose. op. 
17. Waynesburg, Pa.. J. M. Blose. (1898. no. 41 18. 
Eec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 162 

Lebanon (The) cycle club. Two-step. March. Com- 
posed by J. J. Scull. [For piano.] Lebannon, Pa., 
J. J. Scull. (1898, no. 7523.) 163 

Li Hung Chang. (March characteristic.) By Richard 
Ferter. [For orchestra.] Cincinnati, John Church 
co. (189--<,no.6893. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) Hi! 

Liebchens augen. Sweetheart's eyes. Gayotte. Von 
Otto Frohlich. op. 17. For piano. Leipzig, Fr. 
Portius. (1898, no. 7430. Eec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 165 



F. Brandeis, United States. 



F. A. Mills. New York. 



Edward Schubertb & co., 
New York. 

F. A. Mills. New York. 



Edward Schuberth & co., 
New York 

AY. Newland, United States. 



Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 



Regina music box co., 

Rah way, N. J. 

James E. Corbett & co., 

Philadelphia. 

Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



F. A. Mills, New York. 



T. B. Harms <fc co., 

New York. 



J. M. Blose, 

Waynesburg, Pa. 

.J.J. Scull, Lebanon, Pa. 



John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Fr. Portius, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



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Liel>end umseklungen. Love's embrace. Gavotte. 
Von Hermann Wenzel. op. 299. Forpiano. Leipzig, 
Fr.Portius. (1898, no. 7425. Eec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 166 

Lilac fairy. (Fliederfee.) By Francois Behr. For 
piano. Philadelphia, Hatch music co. [Tone gems 
of the first grade.] (1898, no. 7371. Eec'd Jan. 22, 
1898.) 167 

Listen to the mocking bird. By Hawthorne, Arranged 
by Dave Brandamour. For 1st and 2d mandolins 
and guitar. Chicago, National music co. (1898, no. 



f069. Eec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 



168 



Fr. Portius, 

Leipzig, Germany. 

Hatch music co. 

Pbiladelphia. 



National music co. 



Little puss. (Kleine schelmin.) By Francois Behr. 
For piano. Philadelphia, Hatch music co. [Tone 
gems of the first grade.] (1898, no. 7374. Eec'd 
Jan. 22, 1898.) 169 

Lombardisches stiindchen. (Julius Stinde.) By F. 
Kappell. op. 20. Milwaukee, Eohlfing sons music 
co. [Deutsche mannerchore, no. 38.] (1898, no. 6339. 
Eec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 170 

Long as the world goes round. By Corles Monco. 
[Vocal.] New ed. [Change of words in chorus.] 
[n.i.J (Eec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 171 

Lord (The) 'knows best. Fanny J. Crosby. Win, J. 
Kirkpatrick, [n. i.] (1898, no. 6353. Eec'd Jan. 
17,1898.) 172 

Love (A) song. No. 1. For tenor or soprano. By 
Eobert Goldbeck. Cleveland. S. Brainard's sons. 
(1898, no. 6918. Eec'd Jan. 12. 1898.) 173 

Lucy, tell me I'se yer beau. Written and composed 
by Safford Waters. London, Francis, Dav & Hunter. 
(Eec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 174 

Manuela waltz. Arranged for piano by E. M. Grace. 
Victoria, Tex., Hauschild bros. music co. (1898, no. 
6160. Eec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 175 

March in G. For the violin, with pianoforte accom- 
paniment. By Henry Tolhurst. London. Wickins 
& co. [no. 72. Wickins's violin literature.] (1898, 
no. 6954. Eec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 176 

March of the Gromes. By F. H. Baldwin. [For 
piano.] New Haven. Conn., C. M. Loomis's sons. 
(1898, no. 7229. Eec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 177 

Mary Ellen Brown. Words by Hugh Morton. Music 
by Gustavo Kerker, [n.i.] (1898. no. 6414. Eec'd 
Jan. 17,1898.) 178 

Meditation. Fur harmonium. By Arthur Bird. op. 
37. no. 1. Berlin, Paul Koeppen. (1898, no. 6343. 
Eec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 179 

Mein holder engel. My dear angel. Melodie. Von 
Hermann Wenzel. op. 298. For piano. Leipzig, 
Fr. Portius. (1898, no. 7424. Eec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 

180 

Mein sonnenstrahl. (My sunbeam.) Leed fiir eine 
singstimme mit piano begleitung. Text von T. [ 
Schulz. Componirt von Wihl. Aletter. Boston, 
B. F.Wood music co. (1898, no. 7160. Eec'd Jan. 
22,1898.) 181 ! 

14450— Vol. 14, TSo. 3 4 



Chicago. 



Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 



Eohlfing sous music co., 

Milwaukee, Wis. 



James B. Allen, 

United States. 

Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. 

Eobert Goldbeck, 

United States, 

Howley, Haviland & co., 

New York. 



Hauschild bros. music co., 
Victoria, Tex. 

Wickins & co., 

London. England. 



F. H. Baldwin, 

New Haven, Conn, 



T. B. Harms & co. 



New York. 



Breitkopf & Hartel, 

New York. 



Fr. Portius, 

Leipzig, German y 



B. F. Wood music co., 

Boston, 



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Springfield music co., 

Springfield, Mass. 



Melody in P. By A. Rubinstein. Arranged by D. F. A. Mills, New York. 

Wormser. For zither. New York, F. A. Mills. 
(1898, no. 6639. Eec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 182, 

Melon song. Words by Nixon Waterman. Music by 
Wells B. Hosmer. Springfield, Mass., Springfield 
music co. (1898, no. 6757. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 183 

Menuet. By L. Bocclierini. Arranged by D. Worm- F.A.Mills, New York, 

ser. For zither. New York, F. A. Mills. (1898, no. ! 
6634. Eec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 184 

.Mi Teresita. Waltz. Teresa Carreno. No. 2189. 
/[Musical chart.] [n.i.] (1898, no. 6153. Eec'd Jan. 
17,1898.) 185 



Eegina music box co., 

Railway, N. J. 

Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 



Miller's (The) pretty daughter. (Die sclione miillerin.) 
By Francois Behr. For piano. Philadelphia, Hatch 
music co. [Tone gems of the first grade.] (1898, 
no. 7377. Eec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 186 j 

Mine. Song no. 1, in C. Words by Kathleen Green. Enoch & sons, 
Music bv Landon Eonald. New York, Boosey & co. 
(1898, no. 6376. Eec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 187 

no. 2, in E flat. Words by Kathleen Green. 

Music bv Landon Eonald. New York. Boosey & co. 
(1898,n6.6371. Eec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 188 

Minna-polka. Aus der operette "Das Krokoilil." 

Yon Adolph Perron. For piano. Leipzig, Jul. 
Heinr. Zimmermann. (1898, no. 6051. Eec'd .Jan. 17, 
1898.) 189 



Do. 



Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Minuet in G. Eecollections no. 1. For the piano. 
By Bryceson Treharne. London, W. Morlev & co. 
(1898, no. 6381. Eec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 190 

My heart is with the dead. Musicby Elizabeth McCon- 
nell. [Orchestration.] Bradford, Pa., Williams & 
Meyers. (1898, no. 6906. Eec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 191 

My Lancaster belle. March and two-step. For piano. 
By Frank M. Hailstock, jr. Akron, Ohio, Frank M. 
Hailstock, jr. (Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 192 

My mother's God.' Mrs. Mary B. Wingate, William 
J. Kirkpatrick, [n. i.] (1898, no. 6351. Eec'd .Jan. 
17,1898.) 193 

My Nell's dead swell. Words and music bv Peter 
Detzel. Erie, Pa., Frank Brehni, jr. (1898, no. 66 1 I. 
Eec'd Jan. 19,1898.) 194 

My sweet little rose of Killarney. Song and refrain. 

Words and music by Benj. Biggs. New York. W. B. 

Gray & co. (69429. Eec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 195 

Nation's (The) pride march. (Two-step.) By W. H. 

Scouton. [For orchestra.) Cincinnati, John Church , 

co. (1898, no. 6889. Eec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 196 

Night (A) in May. (Mainacht.) By Francois Behr. 
For piano. Philadelphia, Hatch music co. [Tone 
gems of the first grade.] (1898, no. 7379. Eec'd 
Jan. 22, 1898.) 197 

Night patrol. (NachtlicheBunde.) By Francois Behr. 
For piano. Philadelphia, Hatch music co. [Tone 
gems of the first grade.] (1898, no. 7387. Rec'd 
Jan. 22, 1898.) 198 



W. Morley & co., 

London, Eng. 

Arthur F. Williams, 

Bradford, Pa. 



Frank M. Hailstock, jr. 

Akron, Ohio. 

William J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. 

Frank Brehm, jr., Erie, Pa. 



William B. Gray, New York. 



John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 



Do. 



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Nina. Aria. By G. Pesgolese. Arranged by D. 
Worinser, for zither. New York, F. A. Mills. (1898, 
no. 6631. Eec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 199 

Not exactly. Written by Carl Howard. Composed by 
George Everard. London. Francis, Day & Hunter. 
(1898. no. 6041. Eec'd Jan.' 17, 1898.) 200 

Nun (The). Song for soprano or tenor. By Robert 
Goldbeck. Cleveland. S. Brainard's sons. (1898, no. 
6916. Eec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 201 

Nur du. Thee only. Tonstiick. Yon Carl Ga'nschals. 
op. 245! For piano. Leipzig, Fr. Portius. (1898, no. 
7432. Eec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 202 

O blessed hour. Words, C. G. Music, Charles Groen- 
endvke. [n. i.] (1898, no. 6321. Eec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 

203 

O come to my Eedeemer. Words, E. E. Hewitt. Music, 
Howard E. Smith, [n. i.] (1898, no. 6323. Eec'd Jan. 
17,1898.) 204 

O praise the Lord. Psalm 117. Ablution anthem. By 
A. H. Messiter, [n. i.] (1898, no. 6685. Eec'd Jan. 19, 
1898.) 205 

O salutaris hostia. Baritone or mezzo-sop. solo and 
chorus. By B. Hainma. Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. 
[Catholic church music, no. 30.] (1898, no. 6172. 
Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 206 

For mixed voices. By B. Hamma. Boston, 

Arthur P. Schmidt. [Catholic church music, no. 26.] 
(1898, no. 6176. Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898. ) 207 

O sckoner, goldner jugendtraum. Salonstiick. Yon 
Hermann Wenzel. op. 302. For piano. Leipzig, Fr. 
Portius. (1898, no. 7427. Eec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 208 

Offertoire. Fur harmonium. By Arthur Bird. op. 37, 
no. 7. Berlin, Paul Koeppen. (1898, no. 6345. Eec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 209 

Old (The) and new year. Words by J. H. Pitney. 
Music by J. Wells Herrington. Lafayette, Ind., 
Echo music co. [The Echo, Jan., 1898.] (Eec'd 
Jan. 19, 1898.) 210 

Old (The) miner's visit to 'Frisco. Song by Sam Booth. 
San Francisco, Zeno Mauvais music co. (1898, no. 
6759. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 211 

Ole Alasker. Song. Words and music by Mary S. 
Barnes. Chicago, Chicago music co. (1898, no. 
6177. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 212 

On the lake. (Auf dem see.) By Francois Behr. 

For piano. Philadelphia, Hatch music co. [Tone 

gems of the first grade.] (1898, no. 7372. Eec'd 

Jan. 22, 1898.) 213 

Only a baby's picture. Song with waltz. Chorus. 
Words and music by Chester Haile. Victoria, Tex., 
Hauschild bros. music co. (1898, no. 6159. Rec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 211 

Organ (The), v. 3. Nos. 43 to 48 complete. [Music 
book.] New York, Geo. Molineux. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 
1898.) 215 



Copyright Proprietors. 



F. A. Mills, New York. 



Frauds, Day & Hunter, 

London, England. 

Robert Goldbeck, 

United States. 



Fr. Portius, 

Leipzig, Germany. 

George D. Elderkin, 

Oak Park, 111. 

Do. 



A. H. Messiter, New York. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



Do. 



Fr. Portius, 

Leipzig, Germany. 

Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 

New York. 



Echo music co., 

Lafayette, Ind. 



Samuel Booth, 

San Francisco, Cal. 

Mary S. Barnes, Lacon, 111. 



Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia, 



Hauschild bros. music co., 
Victoria, Tex. 



Geo. Molineux, New York. 



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Oriental melody. (Orientalisch.) By Francois Bebr. 
For piano. Philadelphia, Hatch nrusie co. [Tone 
gems of the first grade.] (1898, no. 4975. Eec'd 
Jan. 22, 1898.) 216 

Paddy O'Toole. Irish comic song. Words and music 
by Ned Straight. Cincinnati, John Church co. 
(1898, no. 6877. Eec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 217 

Paloma(La). By Gradier. Arranged bvl). "Wormser, 
for zither. New York, F. A. Mills. (1898, no. 6629. 
Eec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 218 

Papa, be a Christian. Mrs. Grace Weiser Davis. Win, 
J. Kirkpatrick. [Mixed voices.] [n. i.] (1898, no. 
6915. Eec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 219 

Parade of the guard. (Wacht parade.) By Francois 
Bebr. For piano. Philadelphia, Hatch music co. 
[Tone gems of the first grade.] (1898, no. 7383. 
Eec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 220 

Pastorale. Fiir harmonium. By Arthur Bird. op. 
37, no. 10. Berlin, Paul Koeppen. (1898, no. 6317. 
Eec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 221 

Peace, it is I. Quartet. Words by St. Anatolius. 
Music by G. W. Marston. no. 1929. Cincinnati, 
John Church co. (1898, no. 6899. Eec'd Jan. 19, 
1898.) 222 

Philo senate march. (Two-step.) By E. B. Hall. 
[For orchestra.] Cincinnati, .John' Church co. 
(1898, no. 6891. Eec'd Jan. 19, 1898. ) 223 

Picture (A). For piano or organ. Bv Don F. Smith. 
Corry, Pa,, Wright co. (1898, no. 6000. Eec'd Jan.' 
18, 1898.) 224 

Pleasant wishes. Yalse. ByYonSteil. [For piano.] 
Cincinnati, John Church co. (1898, no. 6878. Eec'd 
Jan. 19, 1898.) • 225 

Polish dance. By Francois Bebr. For piano. Phila- 
delphia, Hatch music co. [Tone gems of the first 
grade.] (1898, no. 7381. Eec'd Jan. 22. 1898.) 226 

Polish dance, op. 3. By X. Scharwenka. Arranged 
by D. Wormser for zither. New York, F. A.Mills. 
(1898, no. 6626. Eec'd Jan. 19. 18! I 227 

Practical impossibilities. Written by J. Hayden- 
Clarendon. Composed by Geo. Le Brunn. London, 
Francis, Day ct Hunter. (1898, no. 6015. Eec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 228 

Press club march. Composed by Henry Wehrmann. 

[Piano.] New Orleans, Henry Wehrmann. (1898, 
no. 6567. Eec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 229 

Primary tone pictures. For piano bv Mrs. Crosby 
Adams. Chicago, Clayton F. Summv. (1898, no. 
6350. Eec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 230 

Quadrille. Nachmolirenderoperette "DasKrokodil." 
Yon Adolph Perron. For piano. Leipzig. Jul. Heinr. 
Zimmermann. (1898, no. 6053. Eec'd Jan. 17, 1898. ) 

231 

Quartett. Fiir zwei violinen, viola, and violoncell. 
Von Hermann Gradener. op. 33. Clavierauszng, 4 
MS. (Yomcomponisten.) Leipzig, Josef Weinber- 
ger. (1898,no.6050. Eec'd Jan 17, 1898.) 232 i 



Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 



Edward Straight, 

United States. 



F. A. Mills, New York. 



Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. 

Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 



Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 

New York. 



John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Do. 



Don F. Smith, Corry, Pa. 



B. Yon Steil, 

United States. 

Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 

F.A.Mills, New York. 



Francis. Day & Hunter, 

London, England. 



Henry Wehrmann, 

New Orleans, La. 



Clayton F. Summy, 

Chicago. 

Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, 
Leipzig, Germany. 



Josef Weinberger, 

Leipzig, Germany 



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Red, white, and bine march. (Two-step.) Composed 
by Lydia Olive Green. [For piano.] Chicago, Lyon 
&Healy. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 233 

Remembered. Song and chorus. Subject from Bon at. 
Written and composed by P. P. Bliss. Cincinnati, 
John Church co. (1898, no. 6713. Rec'd Jan. 19, 
1898.) • 234 

Renaud d'Arbs. Tragedie lyrique en cinq actes et six 
tableaux. De Louis deFourcaud et Noel Desjoveaux. 
Paris, Paul Dupont. (1898, no. 6377. Rec'd Jan. 18, 
1898.) 235 

Rembrandt. Valse brillante. ParL. F. Revius. [For 
piano.] Cincinnati, John Church co. (1898, no. 
6878. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 236 

Resting on the everlasting arms. Words, W. L. D. 
Music, W.L.Davison, [n.i.] (1898, no. 6328. Rec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 237 

Reuben. Two-step and dance. Composed by F. D. R. 
Warner and F. T. Atkins. [Piano.] Northampton, 
Mass., Warner & Atkins music co. (1898, no. 6613. 
Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 238 

Reve du cceur. For the violin, with pianoforte accom- 
paniment. By Henry Tolimrst. London, Wickins 
& co. [no. 73 Wickins' violin literature.] (1898, 
no. 6956. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 239 

Rigoletto. Quartet. Yerdi. no. 1559. [Musical 
chart. ] [n. i. ] ( 1898, no. 6119. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898 . ) 

210 

Roseleaf (A). (Ein rosenblatt.) By Francois Behr. 
For piano. Philadelphia. Hatch music co. [Tone 
gems of the first grade.] (1898. no. 7375. Rec'd 
Jam 22, 1898.) 211 

Rose's (The) farewell. For pianoforte. By C. W. 
Krogmann. Boston, White-Smith music pub. co. 
(1898, no. 7098. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 242 

Salve regina. (Father most holy.) Sacred melody. 
Founded on Job. Seb. Bach's prelude no. 3, vol. 2 
(the well-tempered clavichord). By H. W. Nicholl. 
Edition for high voice with piano "only (Cj. New 
York, Edward Schuberth & co. (71295. Rec'd Jan. 
22,1898.) 213 

Edition for high voice (C original key), with vio- 
lin (or cello) oblegato, organ and piano. By H. W. 
Nicholl. New York, Edward Schuberth ' &. co. 
(71296. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 214 

Edition for low voice with piano only (in F). By 

H. W. Nicholl. New York, Edward Schuberth & co. 
(71293. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 245 

Edition for medium voice, with piano only (A flat). 

By H. W. Nicholl. New York, Edward Schuberth & 
co. (71294. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 246 

Santy Claus is comin' 'fore de mornin'. Written by 
C.L.Mays. Composed by M. P. Hunter. London, 
Francis, Day & Hunter. (1898, no. 6047. Rec'd Jan. 

17,1898.) * 217 

Saviour, source of every blessing, no. 1. Hymn 18. 
Set to music by Rev. W. H. Cooke. New York, Win. 
A. Pond & co. (1898, no. 6749. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 

218 



Lydia Olive Green, 

Chicago. 

P. P. & G. G. Bliss, 

United States. 



Paul Dupont, 



Paris, France. 



L. F. Revius, 

United States. 

Geo. D. Elderkin, 

Oak Park, 111. 

Warner & Atkins music co., 
Northampton, Mass. 



Wickins & co., 



Regina music box co., 

Rah way, N. J. 

Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 



White-Smith music pub. co., 
Boston. 



Edward Schuberth & co., 
New York. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London, England. 



Heirs of W. H. Cooke, 

United States. 



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Schonen (Der) miillerin begrabniss. Drei gedichte. 
Von Josef Eichendorff. Fiir ma'nnerchor. Com- 
ponirt von Martin Pluddeinann. op. 50. no. 3. Leip- 
zig, Rob. Forberg. (1898, no. 7452. Eec'd Jan. 22, 
1898.) 219 

Serenade. By C. Gounod. Arranged by D.Wormser. 
For zither. New York, F. A. Mills. (1898, no. 6621. 
Eec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 250 

Serenade (A). Stiindchen. By Francois Bebr. For 
piano. Philadelphia, Hatch music co. [Tone gems 
of the first grade.] (1898, no. 7369. Eec'd Jan. 
22,1898.) 251 

She has broken my heart. Words by Ch. Bagnetto. 
Music by Antonio Maggio, [n. i.] (1898, no. 6566. 
Eec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 252 

Silent happiness. (Stilles gliick.) By Francois Behr. 
For piano. Philadelphia. Hatch music co. [Tone 
gems of the first grade.] (1898, no. 7388. Eec'd 
Jan. 22, 1898.) 253 

Society belle lancers. By G. D. Barnard. [For orches- 
tra.] Cincinuati, John Church co. (no. 6330. Eec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 251 

Soldat (Der). Drei gedicbte von Josef Eichendorff. 
Fiir mannerchor. Komponirt von Martin Pliidde- 
mann. op. 50, no. 2. Leipzig, Eob. Forberg. (1898, 
no. 7451. Eec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 255 

Some things are better left unsaid. Written by Chas. 
H. Hoyt and J. Hayden-Clareudon. Composed by 
Eichard Stahl. London, Francis. Day & Hunter. 
(1898, no. 6039. Eec'd Jan. 17, 18 98 256' 

Somebody's daddy. Waltz song and chorus. Words 
and music by Ben Chadwick. Arranged by A. F. 
Jacobs. Westfield, Mass., Chadwick music pub. co. 
(1898, no. 6995. Eec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 257 

Southern (The) march. Composed by Joseph N. A. 
Wilson. [Forpiano.] New Orleans,' J.N. A.Wilson. 
(1898, no. 6565. Eec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 258 

Spirit (The) in our hearts. Quartet. Words by H. U. 
Onderdonk. Music by G. W. Marston, no. 1927. Cin- 
cinnati, John Church co. (1898, no. 6900. Eec'd 
Jan. 19, 1898.) 259 

Spring delight. From the Eussian of Feodor Ivano- 
vitch Tiutchef. English version by Nathan Haskell 
Dole. Music by Cesar Cui. op. 53, no. 3. For mixed 
voices. New York, G. Schirnier. (1898, no. 7067. 
Eec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 260 

Star-tide. Song, no. 1, in D, with violin or violoncello 
accompaniment ad lib. Words by Anthony McDon- 
ald. Music by Piccolomini. New York, Boosey & 

co. (1898, no. 6372. Eec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 261 

no. 2, in F, with violin or violoncello accompani- 
ment ad lib. Words by J. Anthony McDonald. Mil 
sic by Piccolomini. New York, Boosey & co. (1898 
Rec"d Jan. 18, 1898.) 



no. 6373. 



Stars (The) and stripes forever. 
2190. [Musical chart.] [n. 
Eec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 



262 

March. Sousa. no. 

i.] (1898, no. 6154. 

263 



Eob. Forberg, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



F. A. Mills, New York. 



Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 



Chas. Bagnetto, 

New Orleans, La. 

Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 



John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Eob. Forberg, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London, Eugland. 



Ben Chadwick, 

Westfield. Mass. 



J. N. A. Wilson. 

New Orleans, La. 

John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



G. Schirmer, New York 



Enoch & sons, 



Do. 



Eegina music box co., 

Eahway, N. J. 



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J. G. Brown, 

Meriden, Conn. 

Josef Weinberger, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Heirs of Charles Kinkel, 

United States. 



H. F. Odell & co., Boston, 



Stella waltz. By J. G. Brown. For two guitars. 
Meriden, Conn., J. G.Brown. (1898, no. 6482. Rec'd 
Jan. 18, 1898. 264 

Struwwelpeter galopp. Ballet. Pantomime in vier 
ubtheilungen. Von Victor Leon. Musik von Rich- 
ard* Henberger. [For piano.] Leipzig, Josef Wein- 
berger. (1898, no. 7448. Eec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 265 

Sunny south polka. Memories of the past. Morceau 
de Salon. Bv Charles Kinkel. [For piano.] New 
York, Wm. A. Pond & co. (1898, no. 6752. Rec'd 
Jan. 20, 1898.) 266. 

Suppose. Song for soprano. Eugene Field. Music 
bv H. F. Odell. Boston. H. F. Odell & co. (1898, 
no. 6470. Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898. ) 267 

Susie Lee. (The belle of Chattanooga.) Words by 
Farrell Greene. Music by E. N. Guckert. Kansas 
City, Mo., J. W. Jenkins' sons. (1898, no. 7522. 
Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 268 

Siisse ahnung. Sweet foreboding. Salonitiick. Von 
Hermann Wenzel. op. 310. For piano. Leipzig, 
Fr. Portius. (1898. no. 7442. Rec'd Jan 22, 1898.) 

269 

Sylvester march. Reese. No. 2188. [Musical chart.] 
[n. i.] (1898, no. 6152. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 270 

Tallahassee (The) girl schottische. By D. S. Godfrey. 
[For orchestra.] Cincinnati, John Church co. (1898, 
no. 6890. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 271 

" Tall vho." Words by Will Godwin and Will Mayne. 
Music by Will Godwin. New York, W. B. Gray & 
co. (Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 272 

Tannhauser march. By R.Wagner. Arranged by D. 
Wormser. For zither. New York, F. A. Mills. 
(1898, no. 6623. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898. ) 273 

Tear (A) for the comrade that's gone. Quartet and 
chorus. Words by Capt. Thomas F-. Winthrop. 
Music bv James R. Murray. Cincinnati, John 
Church co. . (1898, no. 6744. ' Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 

274 

Thanks be to God. Easter anthem. Composed by Caleb Simper, 



Greene & Guckert, 

Kansas Citv, Mo. 



Fr. Portius, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Regina music box co., 

Rahway, N. J . 

John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Wm. B. Gray, New York, 



F. A. Mills, New York. 



James R. Murray, 

United States. 



Caleb Simper. [Mixed voices.] Loudon, Weekes & , 
co. (1898,no.6687. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 275 

That night in Bethlehem. Song with piano or organ 
accompaniment and violin obligato (ad lib.). Words 
aud music by Handel Hastings. New York, Beige 
music co. (Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 276 

There's nothing succeeds like success. Composed by 
H.Clifton. [Vocal.] Cincinnati, John Church co. 
(1898. no. 6880. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898. ) 277 

They call me the belle of New York. Words by Hugh 
Morton. Music by Gustave Kerker. New York, 
T. B. Harms & co. (1898, no. 6998. Rec'd Jan. 19, 

1898.) 278 j 

Thistle down dance. Polka. For pianoforte. By 
C. W. Krogmann. Boston, White-Smith music pub. 
co. (1898,no.7099. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 279! 



Great Britain, 



Berge music co. 



H. Clifton. 



New York. 



T.B. Harms & co., 

New York. 



White-Smith music pub. co., 
Boston. 



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Those dear old songs. Words and music by Miss Ollie 
Mosher. Cincinnati, John Church co. (1898, no. 6881. 
Rec'd Jan. 19,1898.) 280 

Three holy days. Easter. For soprano or tenor. 
Words by Hugh R. Dinwoodie. Music by W. F. 
Sudds. Cincinnati, John Church co. (1898, no. 6887. 
Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 281 

3 Overturen. (Suiten.) Fiir orchester. Yon Joh. Seb. 
Bach. Fiir pianoforte iibertragen von Giuseppe Mar- 
tucci. no. 2. H moll (B minor). Leipzig, Breit- 
kopf & Hartel. (1898, no. 6057. Rec'd Jan. 17. 

1898.) 282 

Thusnelda waltz. Composed by Alex. C. Johnstone. 
[For piano.] Chicago. Geniser music co. (1898, no. 
6622. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) " 283 

Till dawn. Song. no. 1 in B flat. Words by William 
Tovnbee. Music by Frederick Bevan. New York, 
Boosey & co. (1898, no. 6374. Rec'd Jan. 18, 

1898.) 281 

no. 2, in C. Words by William Tovnbee. Music 

by Frederick Bevan. New York, Boosey & co. (1898, 
no. 6375. Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 285 

Till we meet again. E.E.Hewitt. William J.Kirk- 
patrick, [n. i.] (1898, no. 6355. Rec'd Jan. 17, 

1898.) 286 

Trautes schiitzchen. Darling sweetheart. Tonstiick. 
Fiir piano. Yon Carl Ganschals. op. 248. Leipzig, Fr. 
Portius. (1898,uo.7135. Kec'dJan. 22, 18980 287 

Tricky little Sarah. Words by Hugh Morton. Music 
by Gustave Kerker, [n. i.] (1898, no. 6113 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 

Trocadero (El). March. Two-step. For two pianos 
By Edouard Hesselberg n)'Essenelli). 
John Church co. (1898, no. 6883 
1898.) 

'Twas ever thus. Words by Catherine S. Smith. 
Music by C. R. Cressev. Key of A flat. Boston, 
Oliver Ditson co. (1898, no. (3332. 
1898.) 

Twenty-four studies for the pianoforte. By H. Mayer, 
op. 20. Complete. I\ew York, Wm. A. Pond & co. 
(1898, no. 6726. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1S9K. ) 291 

Two favorite airs with variations. For piano, violin, 
and violincello ad. lib. No. 1 in G major. By Wm. 
Noelsch. Philadelphia, .1. E. Ditson A. eo. '(1898, 
no. 6316. Rec'd Jan. 17, 189*.) 292 

No. 2 in A major. By Wm. Noelsch. Philadel- 
phia, J. E. Ditson & co. (1898, no. 6317. Rec'd Jan. 
17,1898.) 293 

Two locks of hair, silver and gold. Written by John 
Birrell. Composed by Felix McGlennon. Key of G. 
New York, Hamilton S. Gordon. (1898, no. 3772. 



Rec'd 

288 

1108. 

Cincinnati, 
Rec'd Jan. 19, 
289 



Rec'd Jan. 17, 
290 



Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 
Two (The) roses. (From the Russian. 



291 



, English ver- 
sion by Nathan Haskell Dole. Music by Cesar Cui. 
op. 53, no. 2. For mixed voices. New York, G. 
Schirmer. (1898, no. 7068. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 295 



Ollie Mosher, 

United States. 

John Church co., 

Cincinnati. Ohio. 



Breitkopf & Hartel, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Alex. C. Johnstone, 

Evanston, 111. 

Enoch & sons, 

London, England. 



Do. 



William J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. 

Ft. Portius, 

Leipzig, Germany. 

T. B. Harms & co., 

New York. 

John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



H. Mayer, United States. 



Wm. Noelsch, Philadelphia. 



Do. 



Hamilton S. Gordon, 

New York 



G. Schirmer, New York, 



197 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles. 



Uncle Remus' two-step. By Marvin Bean. For 
band. Cincinnati, Ohio, John Church co. (1898, 
no. 6331. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 296 

Under the leaves (sous la feuille). By F. Thome. 
Arranged by D. Wormser for zither. New York. 
F.A.Mills. '(1898, no. 6640. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 297 

Unter liebchen's fenster. (Under my sweetheart's win- 
dow.) Standchen von Hermann Wenzel. op. 308. 
For piano. Leipzig, Fr. Portius. (1898, no. 7444. 
Rec'd Jan 22,1898.) 298 

Yalse de Anita. Composed hv Rafael M. Pereida. San 
Antonio, Tex., Rafael M. Pereida. (62828. Rec'd 
Jan. 18, 1898.) 299 

Yalse lente, "Sylvia." By L. Delibes. Arranged by 
D. "Wormser. For zither. New York, F. A. Mills. 
(1898, no. 6628. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 300 

Yarsoviana. Polish dance, no. 1560. [Musical chart.] 
[n. i.] (1898, no. 6150. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 301 

Yeilchenstrauss. Salonstiick. Yon Carl Giinschals, 
on. 276. For piano. Leipzig, Fr. Portius. (1898, 
no. 7436. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 302 

Yirgo virginum. For mixed voices. By B. Hamma. 
Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. [Catholic church music, 
no. 29.] (1898, no. 6175. Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 303 



Copyright Proprietors. 



John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



F. A. Mills, 



New York. 



Fr. Portius. 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Rafael M. Pereida, 

San Antonio, Tex. 

F. A. Mills, New York. 



Regina music box co., 

Rahway, N. J. 

Fr. Portius, 

Leipzig, Germany. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



Yolley march. (Two step.) ByD. S. Godfrey, 
orchestra.] Cincinnati, John Church co. 
no. 6892. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 



[For John Church co., 
(1898, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

304 



Walther's preis-lied, "Meistersaenger." By R. Wag- 
ner. Arranged bv D. Wormser. For zither.* New 
York, F. A. Mills.' (1898, no. 6641. Rec'd Jan. 19, 

1898.) 305 

Wave thoughts. W r altzes. By Nat Mann & J. A. Sil- 
berberg. [For piano.] New York, M. Witmark & 
sons. (1898, no. 6319. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 306 

Weary of earth. Hymn-anthem. Poetry by Rev. S. 
J. Stone. Music by W. W. Gilchrist. * New York, 
Charles S.Elliot & co. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 307 

Welcome, thou victor in the strife. Easter. By J.R. 
Murray. [Yocal.] Cincinnati, John Church co. 
(1898, no. 6901. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 308 

What happened to Jones. Written by C. P. Baseley. Francis, Day & Hunter, 
Composed by Denham Harrison. London, Francis, i London, England. 

Dav & Hunter. (1898, no. 6040. Rec'd Jan. 17, 

1898.) 309 



F. A. Mills, New York 



M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 



Charles S. Elliot & co., 

New York. 



John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



What shall I do with Jesus? Rev. G. H. Broening. 
Geo. T. Kirkpatrick. [Mixed voices.] [n. i.] 
(1898, no. 6914. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 310 

What shall I say to thee ? Song. Words by Fred- 
erick Weatherly. Music by David Nestield. San 
Francisco, Zeno Mauvais music co. (1898, no. 6760. 
Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 311 

When we were Mollie and Joe. Written by Karl Ken- 
nett. Music bv Lyn Udall. Key of C. New York, 
Hamilton S. Gordon. (1898, no. 3773. Rec'd Jan. 
19,1898.) 312 



Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. 



Zeno Mauvais music co., 

San Francisco, Cal. 



Hamilton S. Gordon, 

New York. 



198 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Where'er a heart to true heart beats, no. 3. Duet 
for soprano and alto. Words by Henry C. Watson. 
Music by E. Goldbeck. [Three duets.] Chicago, 
S. Brainard's sons. (1898, no. 6919. Kec'd Jan. 12, 

1898.) 313 

While husband's at the Klondike. Words by Inez P. 

Berry. Music by H. T. Bray. Boston, Sta. H, 

Ryder music pub. co. (1898, no. 6337. Rec'd Jan. 

17, 1898.) 314 

Whistling exercises. Adapted, arranged, and com- 
posed by M. Gertrude Judd, [n.i.] (Rec'd Jan. 18, 
1898.) 315 

Wilhelmina, the golden haired. Words by J. G. 
Chafee. Music by Mrs. Emma L. Moore. Cincin- 
nati, John Church co. (1898, no. 6882. Rec'd Jan. 
19, 1898.) 316 

Willow Song. no. 2. For soprano and tenor. By 
Robert Goldbeck. [Three duets.] Cleveland, S. 
Brainard's sons. (1898, no. 6.-20. Rec'd Jan. 12, 
1898.) 317 

Winner (The). Quadrille. By Lee Thomas. [For 
orchestra.] Decorah, Iowa, Marsh music house. 
(1898, no. 2416. Rec'd' Jan. 21, 1898.) 318 

Zaubertraum. Bewitching dream. Salonstiick fiir 
pianoforte. Componirt von Carl Giiuschals. op. 278. 
Leipzig, Fr. Portius. (1898, no. 7437. Rec'd Jan. 22, 
1898.) 319 

Zepherretta waltz. Composed by Maude Fairchikl. 
[For piano.] Me&dville, Pa., Maude Fairchikl. 

(1898, no. 6997. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898. ) 320 

Zwei sterulau. Two little stars. Saionstiick far 
pianoforte von Hermann Wenzel. op. 306. Leipzig, 
Fr. Portius. (1898, no. 7446. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 321 



Robert Goldbeck. 

United States 



Ryder music pub. co., 

Chelsea, Mass 



M. Gertrude Judd, 

San Francisco, Call 



Emma L. Moore, 

United States. 



Robert Goldbeck, 

United States. 



B. O. Marsh, 

Decorah, Iowa. 

Fr. Portius, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Maude Fairchikl, 

Meadville, Pa. 

Fr. Portius, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



V. MAPS A1STJ3 CHARTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by the subject word of each title. For index of proprietors, see end ol 

Catalogue.) 



Adair, Iowa, Dec, 1897. (1898, no. 6185. Rec'd Jan. H.Bennett, 

18, 189 -\) 1 Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 

American (The) Yukon gold fields. (1898, no. 6645. Chas. O. Richardson, 

Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 2 Pueblo, Colo. 

Arlington, Iowa, Dec, 1897. (1898, no. 6490. Rec'd H. Bennett, 

Jan. 18, 1898.) 3 Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

Gladbrook, Iowa, Dec, 1897. (1898, no. 6491. Rec'd Do. 
Jan. 18, 1898.) ' 4 

Guthrie Center, Iowa, Dec, 1897. (1898, no. 6492. Rec'd Do. 
Jan. 18,1898.) 5 

Hawkeye, Iowa, Dec , 1897. (1898, no. 6493. Rec'd Do. 

Jan. 18, 1898.) 6 

Hubbard, Iowa. Dec, 1897. (1898, no. 6194. Rec'd Jan. Do. 

18,1898.) 7 

Klondike gold fields. (The way to reach the great) i S. K. Hooper, 



(1898, no. 3836. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898. ) 



8 



Denver, Colo. 



199 

MAPS AND CHARTS— Continued. 



Titles. 


Copyright Proprietors. 


Macedonia, Iowa. Sept., 1897. (1898, no. 6495. Rec'd 
Jan. 18, 1898.) 9 


H. 


Bennett, 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 


Madrid, Iowa, Dec., 1897. (1898, no. 6196. Rec'dJan. 
18,1898.) 10 




Do. 


Maine, Iowa. Dec, 1897. (1898, no. 6186. Rec'dJan. 
18,1898.) 11 




Do. 


St. Ansgar, Iowa. Dec, 1897. (1898, no. 6187. Rec'd 
Jan. 18, 1898.) 12 




Do. 


Sutherland, Iowa, Dec, 1897. (1898, no. 6188. Rec'd 
Jan. 18, 1898.) 13 




Do. 


Vallev Junction, Iowa, Dec, 1897. (1898, no. 6489. 
Rec'dJan. 18,1898.) 11 




Do. 



VI. ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



American (The) puma, (1898. no. 6528. Rec'd Jan. 18, 
1898.) 1 



John McAllar Swan, 

New York. 



Corker (The). A famous Indian gamecock. BySewell. Webb pub. co., 

(1898,no.6922. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 2 I St. Paul, Minn. 

'• Madamoiselle de Runiigny." After J. B. J. Augus- Arthur Tooth & sons, 

tine. (1898, no. 7152. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 3 New York. 

Utility house gown. (1898. no. 3776. Rec'd Jan. 18, S.M.Baldwin, New York. 
1898.) 4 



VII. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Amber soap. C— no. 1852. (Rec'd Jan. 17,-1898).... 1 Strobridge Little co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Bradley's dancer. (1898, no. 7232. Rec'd Jan. 22, Ault & AViborg co., 
1898.) 2 Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Burial at sea. (1898, no. 6768. Rec'd Dec. 16, 1898) . . 3 I Frederick McGrath, 

Boston. 

Listener (The). (1898, no. 6616. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898). 4 G. H. Buek, New York. 

Passing (A) emperor. (Rec'd Jan 20, 1898) 5 A. C. Gnnter, New York. 

Sufferings of Jesus foretold, no. 2, Apr. 10, 1898. Providence litho co.', 
(1898, no. 5573. Rec'd Feb. 25, 1898.) 6 Providence, R. I. 

Virginia (A) courtship. [N. Y. no. 7957.] £ sheet. Strobridge litho. co., 
(Rec'd Jan. 17,1898.) 7 Cincinnati, Ohio. 



200 



VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



"Ain't kicking on luck, anvhow." no. 59. (Rec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 1 

"Alice," daughter of Wm. M. Chase. (1898, no. 7391. 

Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 2 

All aboard. A big wheelbarrow load. no. 3. (Rec'd 

Jan. 17, 1898.) 3 

Autumn. 570. (1898, no. 5753. Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898) . . 4 



no. 169. 



(Rec'd Jan. 17, 
5 



Awav from watchful eYes 
1898.) 

Awed with wonder and amazement. Niagara falls. 
Winter. 12286. (1898, no. 6676. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 

6 

12287. (1898, no. 6677. Reed Jan. 19, 1898).... 7 

Bashful (The) lover, no. 159. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898) . . 8 

Bather (The). (1898, no. 6163. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 

9 

Beautiful day in the ice king's domain. Niagara Falls. 
Winter. 12299. (1898, no. 6659. Rec'd Jan. 19, 
"10 10 



Behold the majesty and beauty of the ice king's 
domain. Niagara' Falls. Winter. 12297. (1898, no. 
6667. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 11 

12298. (1898, no. 6658. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898).. 12 

Belligerent (A) Pima. (1898, no. 6425. Rec'd Jan. 18, 
1898.) 13 

Biddy sees a rat. no. 164. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898) . . 14 

Big day's sport at Black Dog lake. no. 3075. (Rec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 15 

Black Foot squaws and papoose at home. no. 3215. 



(Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 

" Bran' (A) new coon in town." (1898, no. 6683. 
Jan. 19, 1898.) 

Bridal veil falls and three graces, no. 134. 
Jan. 17, 18980 

By the sweet silver light of the moon. Niagara Falls. 
12282. (1898, no. 6682. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 19 

Camp-fire dreams, no. 3189. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898) . . 20 



16 

Rec'd 
17 

(Rec'd 
18 



Catching a two-pounder. 

1898.) 



no. 3108. 



(Rec'd Jan. 17, 
21 



Cere. Detail of F. D. Millet's thesmophoria. (1898, 
no. 6571. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 22 

Chairmen standing committees of the house of repre- 
sentatives, Georgia, 1896-97. (1898, no. 6572. Rec'd 
Jan. 19, 1898.) 23 

Chance (A) for a double, no. 3184. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 
1898.) 24 



T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Wm. M. Chase, New York, 

T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Alfred S. Campbell, 

Elizabeth, N. J 

T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Benjamin W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H. 

Do. 

T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

W. J. Cargille, 

Johnson City, Tenn. 

Benjamin W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H. 

Do. 



Do. 

Clarence H. Shaw, 

Phoenix, Ariz. 

T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Do. 

Do. 

Knaffl & bro., 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Benjamin W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H. 

T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Do. 
Curtis & Cameron, Boston. 
W. T. Kuhns, Atlanta, Ga. 



T. W. Ingersoll, 



St. Paul, Minn. 



201 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 
Titles. Copyright Proprietors. 

Charmed. (1898, no. 6952. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898) .... 25 Ullman nifg. co., New York. 

Chief Black Hawk, Green Cloud and family, no. T. W. Ingersoil, 
3212. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 26 St. Paul, Minn. 

Chief Black Hawk, squaw and pappoose. no. 3210. Do. 

(Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 27 

Christian science hall. Concord, N. H. (Rec'd Jan. H.L.Dunbar. 
21,1898.) 28 

Clifton (The) house. Niagara Falls. Winter. 12306. Benjamin W. Kilburn, 
(1898,no.6656. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 29 Littleton, N. H. 

Come to grief, no. 185. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898) 30 T. W. Ingersoil. 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Coming through the com. no. 144. (Rec'd Jan. 17, Do. 

1898.) 31 

Cool and contented, no. 181. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 32 Do. 

Cornered. (1898, no. 6939. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898) .... 33 Ullman mfg. co., New York. 

Daisy days. no. 158. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898) 34 TAX. Ingersoil. 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Dancing (The) lesson. (1898, no. 6927. Rec'd Jan. 20, Ullman mfg. co., New York. 
1898.) 35 

no. 157. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898) 36 T. W. Ingersoil, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Detail of thesniophoria. (1898, no. 6164. Rec'd Jan. Curtis & Cameron, Boston. 
17,1898.) 37 

Devotion. ( 1898, no. 6938. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898) .... 38 Ullman mfg. co., New York. 

"Did you say watermelon ?" no. 184. (Rec'd Jan. T. AY. Ingersoil, 
17, 1898.) 39 St. Paul, Minn. 

Discussing the shot. no. 3196. (Rec'd Jan. 17, Do. 

1898.) 40 

Down the mountains, with the spoils, no. 3180. Do. 

(Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 41 

Dream (A) of love. 571. (1898, no. 5754. Rec'd Jan. Alfred S. Campbell, 
14, 1898.) 42 Elizabeth, N. J. 

"Drop" (The) on a bunch of elk. no. 3022. (Rec'd T. W. Ingersoil, 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 43 St. Paul, Minn. 

Early morning. (1898, no. 7127. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) j Taber-Prang art co., 

44 ; New Bedford, Mass. 

Easter (An) anthem. 580. (1898, no. 5758. Rec'd ' Alfred S. Campbell," 

Jan. 14, 1898.) 45 Elizabeth, N. J. 

Easter greeting. (1898, no. 6930. Rec'd Jan. 20, Ullman mfg. co.. New York. 
1898.) 46 

Easter lillies. (1898, no. 6946. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) Do. 

47 

Eastertime. (1898, no. 7129. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) | Taber-Prang art co., 

48 New Bedford, Mass. 

El capitan. 3,300 ft. high. no. 119. (Rec'd Jan. 17, j T. W. Ingersoil, 

1898.) 49 j St. Paul, Minn. 

Enchanting is the way. Ice king's domain. Niagara Benjamin W. Kilburn, 
Falls. Winter. 12300. (1898, no. 6660. Rec'd Jan. i Littleton, N. H. 

19,1898;) 50 j 

12301. (1898, no. 6661. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898) .. 51 I Do. 



202 

PHOTOGEAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Enchanting- is the wav. Ice king's domain. Niagara 
Falls. Winter. 12302. (1898, no. 6662. Eec'd Jan. 
19,1898.) 52 

Farm life in New England. (1898, no. 7142. Eec'd 
Jan. 21, 1898.) 53 

Feeding the swan. no. 183. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898). . 54 

First (The) thanksgiving. (1898, no. 6940. Eec'd Jan. 
20,1898.) 55 

Follow the leader, no. 81. (Eec'd Jan. 17, 1898). . 56 

Fond recollections. 569. (1898, no. 5752. Rec'd Jan. 
14, 1898.) 57 

Fortune in the tea cup. (1898, no. 6928. Eec'd Jan. 20, 

1898.) 58 

Friend or foe. (1898, no. 6941. Eec'd Jan. 20, 1898.)- 59 

Full moon. 12278. (1898, no. 6678. Eec'd Jan. 19, 

1898.) 60 

Gala day. Niagara Falls. Winter. 12304. (1898, 
no. 6654. Eec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 61 



Gay (A) sport, no. 111. (Eec'd Jan. 17, 1898) 



62 



Gentlemen of the jury. 12310. (1898, no. 6649. Eec'd 
Jan. 19, 1;* 9 3.) 63 

Getting dressed, no. 180. (Eec'd Jan. 17, 1898) ... 64 

Glory of winter. Niagara Falls. 12290. (1898, no.' 
6670. Eec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 65 

Glory to God in the highest. (1898, no. 6950. Eec'd 
Jan. 20, 1898.) 66 

Going to market. (1898, no. 7131. Eec'd Jan. 21, 

1898.) 67 

" Golly! Tom, ain't she a bird! " no. 147. (Eec'd Jan. 
17,1898.) 68 

Good company for a canoe cruise, no. 61. (Eec'd Jan. 
17,1898.) 69 

Good morning. (1898, no. 7136. Eec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 

70 
Good-night. (1898, no. 7137. Eec'd Jan. 21, 1898).. 71 
Got a mess anyway, no. 60. (Eec'd Jan. 17, 1898) . . 72 

Grand (The) rounds. Niagara Falls. Winter. 12292. 
(1898,no.6672. Eec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 73 

Grave (The) of Pierre Charles 1/Enfant. (1898, no. 
6769. Eec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 74 

Group of Blackfoot braves in full feathers, no. 3^17 
(Eec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 75 

Ha, ha, te, he— Navigation in a tub. no. 5. (Eec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) v 76 

He is our meat. (Antelope.) no. 3041. (Eec'd Jan. 
17,1898.) 77 

Help; or, the house maid's hard luck. no. 119. (Eec'd 

Jan. 17, 1898.) 78 



Benjamin W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H. 

Taber-Prang art co., 

New Bedford, Mass. 

T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Ullman mfg co., New York. 

T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Alfred S. Campbell, 

Elizabeth, N. J. 

Ullman mfg co,, New York. 



Do. 

Benjamin W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H. 

Do. 



T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Benjamin W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H. 

T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Benjamin W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H. 

Ullman mfg. co., New York. 

Taber-Prang art co., 

New Bedford, Mass. 

T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Do. 

Taber-Prang art co., 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Do. 

T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Benjamin W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H. 

Jas. D. Morgan, 

Washington, D. C. 

T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



203 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Helping (The) hand. (1898, no. 6948. Rec'd Jan. 20, 
1898. ) 79 

His little bride, no. 177. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898) .... 80 

Home (The) round-up. 12311. (1898, no. 6650. , Rec'd 
Jan. 19, 1898.) 8L 

•• How are these for canvas-backs? " no. 3129. (Rec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 82 

How Biddv served the tomatoes, etc. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 
1898.) 83 

Hunter well loaded, no. 3183. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 

84 

Hunters (The) round-up. 12312. (1898, no. 6651. Rec'd 
Jan. 19, 1898.) 85 

" I don't care for signs." no. 154. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 
1898.) 86 

"I just knew it would be a boy." no. 34. (Rec'd Jan. 
17,1898.) 87 

I like chocolate, no. 149. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898).. . 88 

Ice (The) king's domain. Niagara Falls. Winter. 
12293. (1898, no. 6663. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 89 

1 2294. (1898, no. 6664. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898) ... 90 

In arctic snow land. no. 54. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898), 91 

In disgrace. (1898, no. 7130. Rec'd Jan. 2L, 1898).. 92 

In fairy land. no. 95. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898) 93 

In summer time. (1898, no. 7143. Rec'd Jan. 21, 
1898.) 94 

In the gloaming, no. 62. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898) .... 95 

In the haunts of the polar bear. no. 53. (Rec'd Jan. 
17,1898.) 96 

In wonderland, no. 52. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898) 97 

Indian totems and graves, Howkan, Alaska, no. 382. 
(1898, no. 6166. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 98 

no. 384. (1898, no. 6168. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898).. 99 

Interior Christian science hall. Concord, N.H. (Rec'd 
Jan. 21, 1898.) 100 

Jack Frost's best work. Niagara Falls. Winter. 
12288. (1898, no. 6668. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 101 

- — 12289. ( 1898, no. 6669. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898) ... 102 

Jealousy, no. 174. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898) 103 

Klin-Quan, Indian village, Alaska, no. 381. (1898, 
no. 6169. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 104 

Lady Franklin rock. no. 116. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 

105 



Copyright Proprietors. 

I 

Ullman mfg. co., New York. 



T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Benjamin W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H. 

T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Do. 
Do. 



Benjamin W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H. 

T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Do. 



Do. 

Benjamin W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H. 

Do. 

T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Taber-Prang art co., 

New Bedford, Mass. 

T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Taber-Prang art co., 

New Bedford, Mass. 

T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Do. 



Do. 

Winter & Pond, 

Juneau, Alaska. 

Winter & Pond, 

Juneau, Alaska. 

H. L. Dunbar. 



1 Benjamin W. Kilburn, 

Littleton. N. H. 

Do. 

I T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Winter & Pond, 

Juneau, Alaska. 

T. W. Ingersoll. 

St. Paul, Minn. 



204 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors, 



Lauding a four-pounder below the falls. (Rec'd Jan. 
17,1898.) 106 

Landing at the carry, no. 3068. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898. ) 

107 

Last (The) buffalo— dead. no. 3053. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 
1898.) 108 

Leclerc, (Rev. Napoleon). (1898, no. 6573. Rec'd Jan. 
20,1898.) 109 

Let go, I won't fall. no. 148. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898). 110 

Letter (A) to papa. (1898, no. 6929. Rec'd Jan. 20, 
1898.) Ill 

Letter (A) to Santa Claus. (1898, no. 6919. Rec'd Jan. 
20,1898.) 112 

Lifting him into the net. no. 3091. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 
1898.) 113 

Little blouet. 576. (1898, no. 5756. Rec'd Jan. 14, 
1898.) Ill 

Little (The) housekeeper. (1898, no. 7135. Rec'd Jan. 
21,1898.) 115 

Little pets. (1898, no. 3841. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898).. 116 

Lord (The) has risen. 581. (1898, no. 5759. Rec'd 
Jan. 14, 1898.) 117 

Lordv! Dad, be you killed? no. 57, B. (Rec'd Jan. 

17,1898.) 118 

Love divine. (1898, no. 6951. Rec'd Jan. 20. 1898.) 119 

Lucky (The) buffalo hunter, no. 3061. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 

1898.) 120 

McKenna(MissHildegardeK.). (1898, no. 6926. Rec'd 
Jan. 20 ; 1898.) 121 

Majesty and glory of light, Niagara Falls. Winter. 
12280. (1898, no. 6680. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 122 

12281. (1898,no.6681. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898).. 123 

Majesty and glory of Niagara Falls. Winter. 12285. 
(1898, no. 6675. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 124 

Majesty of Niagara Falls. 12279. (1898, no. 6679. 
Rec'd Jan. 19,1898.) 125 

" Mamie, kiss your honey bov ! " no. 138. (Rec'd Jan. 
17, 1898.) 126 

Marriage (The) of Priscilla. (1898, no 6937. Rec'd 
Jan. 20, 1898.) 127 

May-pole (The) party, no. 89. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) , 

128 

Maza-i-casuawin andAupa-ohdiriaiin. no. 3200. (Rec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 129 

Memories. (1898, no. 6933. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 130 
Mighty is the Ice King's grasp. Niagara Falls. Win- 
ter. 12295. (1898,no.6665. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 

131 

Mirror Lake and reflections, no. 123. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 

1898.) 132 



T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, 


Minn 


Do. 






Do. 






Amos L 


Merrill, 
Woonsocket, R. I 


T. W. In 


gersoll, 

St. Paul, 


Minn. 


Ullman 


mfg. co., New 


York. 



Do. 

T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Alfred S. Campbell. 

Elizabeth, N. J 

Taber-Prang art co., 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Louis Ettlinger, New York. 

Alfred S. Campbell, 

Elizabeth, N. J. 

T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Ullman mfg. co., New York, 

T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Violet Biddle. 

Washington, D. C. 

Benjamin W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H. 

Do. 

Do. 



Do. 



T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Ullman mfg. co., New York. 

T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Do. 



Ullman mfg. co., NewYork. 

Benjamin W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H. 



T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 



205 . 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Mirror view, Yosemite Falls, no. 128. (Rec'd Jan. 
17, 1898.) 133 

Moffat (David H.). (1898, no. 5658. Rec'd Jan. 14, 
1898.) 134 

Morning (A) over goose decoys, no. 3138. (Rec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898. 135 

Mountain (The) stream. (1898, no. 7140. Rec'd Jan. 
21,1898.) 136 

Mouse on toast, no. 143. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898) 137 

"Mrs." Brown returns uuexpectedlv. no. 165. (Rec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 138 

Musical moments. (1898, no. 6934. Rec'd Jan. 20, 
1898.) 139 

My dog and I. no. 3185. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898).. . 140 

Nature in art. Niagara Falls. Winter. 12305. (1898, 
no. 6655. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 141 

Nature's mirror. 577. (1898, no. 5757. Rec'd Jan. 14, 
1898.) 142 

Nearer niv God to Thee. (1898, no. 7132. Rec'd Jan. 
21,1898.) 143 

Necktie (A) party, no. 3163. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898). 

144 

Nevada Falls, 700 feet high. no. 131. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 
1898.) 145 

Ladv Franklin rock. no. 117. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 

1898.) * 146 

New (The) arrivals (kittens), no. 139. (Rec'd Jan. 
17, 1898.) 147 

Noon. 568. (1898, no. 5751. Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 

148 

Oh ! dat watermelon. Each one with a big slice, no. 6. 
(Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 149 

Oh! keep her going, no. 161. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 

150 

Oh! ves, darling, I'll be home earl}', no. 167 (a). 
(Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 151 

Old (The) bear camp. 12313. (1898, no. 6652. Rec'd 
Jan. 19, 1698.) 152 

Old Glorv. 12308. (1898. no. 6647. Rec'd Jan. 19, 
1898.) * 153 

Old (The) photographer's glorv. Niagara Falls. Win- 
ter. 12307. (1898, no. 6657. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 

154 

.... 155 



Old Rex. no. 79. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898) 



Our camp near Lake Abundance, no. 3117. (Rec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 156 

Our Christmas hunt story at the camp. no. 3197. 
(Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) . 157 

14450— Vol. 14, STo. 3 5 



T. W. Ingersoll, 

St, Paul, Minn. 

Rose & Hopkins, 

Denver, Col. 

T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Taber-Prang art co., 

New Bedford, Mass. 

T. W. Ingersoll. 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Do. 

Ullnian mfg. co., 

New York. 

T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Benjamin W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H. 

Alfred S. Campbell, 

Elizabeth, N. J. 

Taber-Prang art co., 

New Bedford, Mass. 

T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Alfred S. Campbell, 

Elizabeth, N. J. 

T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn, 

Do. 

Do. 

Benjamin W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H. 

Do. 
Do. 



T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn, 

Do. 
Do. 



. 206 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. Copyright Proprietors. 



Our wedding tour. Niagara Falls. Winter. 12296. Benjamin W. Kilburn, 
(1898, no. 6666. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 158 Littleton, N. H. 

Parting (The). (1898, no. 6936. Eec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) Ullman infg. co., New York. 

159 

Penny (A) please. (1898, no. 7138. Eec'd Jan. 21, „, , ^ 

1 v ' r > ' ' laber-Prang art co., 

1898.) 160 New Bedford, Mass. 

Picking up a double, no. 3100. (Eec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) T. W. Ingersoll, 

161 St. Paul, Minn. 

Pillow (The) fight, no. 182. (Eec'd Jan. 17, 1898).. 162 Do. 

Playing baby. (1898, no. 6361. Eec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) F.L.Howe, Atlanta, Ga. 

163 

Playmates. ( 1898, no. 3810. Eec'd Jan. 20, 1898) . . 161 Louis Ettlinger, New York. 

572. (1898, no. 5755. Eec'd Jan. 11, 1898).... 165 Alfred S. Campbell, 

Elizabeth, N. J. 

Priscilla. (1898, no. 6917. Eec'd Jan. 20, 1898).. 166 Ullman mfg. co., New York, 

Priscilla and John Alden. (1898, no. 6913. Eec'd Jan. Do. 

20,1898.) 167 i 

Puritan maid. (1898, no. 6932. Eec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) ! Do. 

168 



T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn; 

Do. 



Rapids ahead. (Very fine.) no. 3073. (Eec'd Jan. 
17,1898.) 169 

Ready for breakfast. no. 173. (Eec'd Jan. 17, 

1898.) 170 

Ready for play. (1898, no. 7131. Rec'd Jan. 21, Taber-Prang art co., 
1898.) 171 New Bedford, Mass. 

Real (A) live cowboy, no. 3018. (Eec'd Jan. 17, T. W. Ingersoll, 

1898.) 172 St. Paul, Minn. 

Reflection, no. 176. (Eec'd Jan. 17, 1898) 173 Do. 

Rejected (The) swell, no. 153. (Rec'd Jan. 17, Do. 

1898.) 171 

Royal arches from river, no. 118. (Rec'd Jan. 17, Do. 

1898.) 175 

Sam Black gets a shot. no. 56 A. (Rec'd Jan. 17, Do. 

1898.) 17,; 

Sand (The) man's come. (1898. no. 6915. Rec'd Jan. Ullman mfg. co., 
20,1898.) 177 & New York. 

" Saturn and earth." Design. (1898, no. 5774. Rec'd J Whitman & Barnes mfg. 
Jan. 11, 1898.) 178 ' co., Akron, Ohio. 

Say, kid, I caught you this time. no. 65. (Rec'd Jan. T. W. Ingersoll, 

17 > 1898 179 St. Paul, Minn. 

Schramm (Paloma). Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 14, 1898. F. M. Stiffler, 

(1898, no. 6923. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898. ) 180 I Los Angeles, Cal. 

Schramm (Paloma) aud sister. Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. Do. 

11,1898. (1898, no. 6921. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 181 

Schramm (Paloma) and teacher. Los Angeles, Cal., 
Jan. 11, 1898. (1898, no. 6925. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 

182 



See-saw. no. 160. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898) 183 

Seraglio (The). 582. (1898, no. 5760. Rec'd Jan. 11, 

1898.) - 18t 



F. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Alfred S. Campbell, 

Elizabeth, N.J. 



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TlTLKS. 



COPYMGHT PROPKIKTORS. 



Simply to thy cross I cling. (1898, no. 7133. Kec'd 
Jan. 21, 1898.) 185 

Splash; or. the housemaid's hard luck. no. 120. C. 
(Kec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 186 

Sport on pole bridge pass. no. 3130. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 
1898.) 187 

Spring blossoms. 584. (1898, no. 5761. Eec'd Jan. 
14. 1898.) 188 

Springtime. (1898, no. 7128. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 189 

Storv of the lilies. (1898, no. 6931. Rec'd Jan. 20, 

1898.) 190 

Studv from Thesmophoria. (1898, no. 6165. Rec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 191 

Summer costume, no. 156. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 192 

Summer (A) day. (1898, no. 7141. Rec'd Jan. 21, 
1898.) 193 

Sunday morning. (1898, no. 6935. Rec'd Jan. 20, 
1898.) 194 

Sunshine and shadow. Niagara Falls. Winter. 12291. 
(1898. no. 6671. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 195 

Taking toll in rural districts, no. 171. (Rec'd Jan. 
17,1898.) 196 

Thank you. (1898, no. 7139. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 197 

Thesmophoria. (13 by 1± inches.) (1898, no. 5659. 
Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 198 

Totem poles. Howkan, Alaska, no. 383. (1898, no. 
6167. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 199 

Treed at last. 12309. (1898, no. 6648. Rec'd Jan. 19, 

1898.) 203 

Trout fishing on Cash creek, no. 3028. (Rec'd Jan. 
17. 1898.) 201 

(2 a. m.) He comes home early, no. 168 (b). (Rec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 202 

Two days' sport; 198 black ducks hnng up. no. 3125. 
(Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 203 

Under the snow. no. 55. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898). .. 204 

Upper and lower Yosemite Falls, no. 127. (Rec'd Jan. 
17,1898.) 205 



no. 130. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898) . 



.. 206 



Upper Yosemite Falls and reflections, no. 126. (Rec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 207 



Yanity fair. no. 166. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898) 



208 



Want some supper, Bob? no. 3187. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 

1898.) 209 

We praise Thee, oh Lord. (1898, no. 6944. Rec'd Jan. 

20, 1898.) 210 



Taber-Prang art co., 

New Bedford, Mass. 

T. W. Ingeraoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Do. 

Alfred S. Campbell, 

Elizabeth, N. J. 

Taber-Prang art co., 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Ullman mfg. co., 

New York. 

Curtis & Cameron, 

Boston. 

T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Taber-Prang art co., 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Ullman mfg. co., 

New York. 

Benjamin W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H. 

T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Taber-Prang art co., 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Curtis & Cameron, 

Boston. 

Winter & Pond, 

Juneau, Alaska. 

Benjamin W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H. 

T. W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Ullman mfg. co., 

New York. 



208 

P BOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Weary we wander and wonder . Ice king's domain. 
Niagara falls. Winter. 12303. (1898, no. 6653. Reed 
Jan. 19, 1898.) 211 

Welcome home. (1898, no. 6912. Rec'd. Jan. 20, 

1898.) 212 

"Well, I guess I'm lost." no. 135. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 
1898.) 213 

Well! I like the way yoa help me. no. 117. B. (Rec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 214 

"Well! I've got all I want." no. 3107. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 

1898.) 215 

"Well! What luck did you have?" no. 3139. (Rec'd 
Jan. 17, 1898.) 216 

What did I tell you if I caught you again? no. 61. 
(Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 217 

Where the old terrapin tower stood. Niagara Falls. 
12283. (1898, no. 6673. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 218 

Winter sports. Niagara Falls. 12281. (1898, no. 6671. 
Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 219 

Wurster (Mayor) and cabinet of Brooklyn, N. Y. (1898, 
no. 7396. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 220 

Yard (A) of coons. (1898, no. 6081. Rec'd Jan. 19, 
1898.) 221 



Cottright Proprietors. 



Benjamin W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H. 



Ullman mfg. co., 

New 


York. 


T. W. In e 


^ersoll, 
St. Paul, 


Minn. 


Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Benjamin W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H. 


Do. 






Gardner 


& CO., 

Brooklyn 


, N. Y. 


Knain & bro., 

Knoxville, 


Tenn. 



INDEX OP COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS. 

(At the end of each title is printed the rubric under which the. full title will he found. In cases 
where the author and proprietor are one the title will he found only in its place under the rubric 
"Books.") 



Academy of the new church. Philadel- 
phia : 

Academy church music, no. 23. 
[Music book.] 
Alger (O.K.): 

A business for you. Merchants' li- 
brary ass'n. Its purposes and plan 
of operation. (Books: 2.) 
Allen (James B.). Providence, R. I. : 
If I could only hear from her. Or- 
chestra. Parts of song. (Music.) 

Song and chorus. By Cortes 

Monco. (Music.) 
Long as the world goes round. By 
Cortes Monco. New edition. 
[Change of words in chorus.] 
(Music.) 
Allinson (Edward P.), Philadelphia: 

District (The) reports of cases decided 
in all the judicial districts of the 
state of Pennsylvania during the 
year 1897. vol.6. (Books: 1.) 
American luxfer prism co., Chicago: 

Adjustable canopy, no. 1610. Lux- 
fer prism plates. (Books: 2.) 
Courts and light shafts in relation to 
luxfer prisms. (Books: 2.) 



American luxfer prism co., Chicago: 

Designs for canopy and forilux 

frames. Luxfer prism plate: 

(Books: 2.) 
Details for forilux. etc. Luxfer prism 

plates. (Books: 2.) 
Details of adjustable canopy, no. 1610. 

Luxfer prism plates. (Books: 2.) 
Details of movable canopy, no. 1110. 

Revolving. 

(Hooks: 2.) 



— no. 1120. 
(Books: 2.) 

— no. 1210. 



Luxfer prism plate: 
Luxfer prism plates. 



Sliding support. Lux 

fer prism plates. (Books: 2.) 

no. 1310. Four arm. Luxfer 

prism plates. (Books: 2.) 

no. 1410. Arm support. Luxfer 

prism plates. (Books: 2.) 

no. 1510. Six-arm support 

Luxfer prism plates. (Books: 2.) 

Details of movable four-arm forilux 
Luxfer prism plates. (Books: 2.) 

Details of plan of luxfer prism pave 
ment and lucid ux partitions. Lux- 
fer prism plates. (Books: 2.) 



209 



INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS -Continued. 



American luxfer prism co., Chicago: 

Details of stationary canopy, no. 
100. Brace support. Luxfer prism 
plates. (Books: 2.) 

no. 200. Brace support. Lux- 
fer prism plates. (Books: 2.) 

no. 250. Cliain support. Luxfer 

prism plates. (Books: 2.) 

no. 320. Brace support. Luxfer 

prism plates. (Books: 2.) 

no. 325. Brace support. Luxfer 

prism plates. (Books: 2.) 

no.4:10. Brace support. Luxfer 

prism plates. (Books 2.) 

no. 720. Ladder support. Lux- 
fer prism plates. (Books: 2.) 

Details of stationary canopy under 
balcony, no. -130. Brace support. 
Luxfer prism plates. (Books: 2.) 

Details of stationary forilux. Ele- 
vation and plan ' 'A.'' Luxferprism 
plates. (Books: 2.) 

"B." Luxfer prism plates. 

(Books: 2.) 

"C." Luxfer prism plates. 

(Books: 2.) 

Details of supporting frames for can- 
opy. Luxfer prism plates. (Books: 
2.) 

Dimension design, showing dimen- 
sions and borders of luxfer prism 
plates. (Books: 2.) 

Dimension design, showing dimen- 
sions of lenses and fillers of luxfer 
prism plates. (Books: 2.) 

Drawings and details of skylight. 
Luxfer prism plates. (Books: 2.) 

Drawings and details of store front 
with transom and bulkhead lights. 
Luxferprism plates. (Books: 2.) 

Electro- glazing luxfer prisms. 
(Books: 2.) 

Elevation and plans of stationary 
foriluxes of luxfer prism plates. 
(Books: 2.) 

How to specify electro-glazed luxfer 
prism plates. (Books: 2.) 

How to specify luxfer prism pave- 
ment tiles. (Books: 2.) 

Luxferprism dictionary. (Books : 2.) 

Luxfer prism pavement and luxfer 
prism lucidux. Luxfer prism plates. 
(Books: 2.) 

Luxfer prisms as a new building ma- 
terial. (Books: 2.) 

Movable canopy, no. 1110. Revolv- 
ing. Luxfer prism plates. (Books: 
2.) 

no. 1210. Luxfer prism plates. 

(Books: 2.) 

Sliding support. Luxfer prism 

plates. (Books: 2.) 

no. 1310. Four-arm support. 

Luxfer prism plates. (Books: 2.) 

no. 14-10. Arm support. Luxfer 

prism plates. (Books: 2.) 



American luxfer prism co., Chicago: 

Movable canopy no. 1510. Six-arm 
support. Luxfer prism plates. 
(Books: 2.) 

Movable four-arm forilux. Luxfer 
prism plates. (Books: 2.) 

Plan of luxfer prism pavement and 
lucidux partitions, Luxfer prism 
plates. (Books: 2.) 

Pocket handbook of useful informa- 
tion and tables relating to the use 
of electro-glazed luxfer prisins. 
(Books: 1.) 

Practical suggestions to architects 
in using luxfer prisms. (Books: 2.) 

Scale details for sash for vertical 
luxfer prism plates. (Books: 2.) 

Stationary canopy, no. 100. Brace 
support. Luxfer prism plates. 
(Books: 2.) 

no. 200. Brace support. Luxfer 

prism plates. (Books: 2.) 

no. 250. Chain support. Lux- 
fer prism plates. (Books: 

no. 255. Chain support. 

prism plates. (Books: 2.) 

no. 320. Brace support. 

prism plates. (Books: 2.) 

no. 325. Brace support. 

prism plates. (Books: 2.) 

no. 110. Brace support. 

prism plates. (Books: 2.) 

no. 720. Ladder support. Lux- 
fer prism plates. (Books 2:) 

Stationary canopy under balcony, 
no. 130. Brace support. Luxfer 
prism plates. (Books: 2.) 

Table of luxfer prism areas, room 10 
"0 



2.) 
Luxfer 

Luxfer 

Luxfer 

Luxfer 



feet wide. (Books 
room 15 feet wide, 
room 20 feet wide, 
room 25 feet wide, 
room 30 feet wide, 
room 35 feet wide, 
room 10 feet wide, 
room 45 feet wide. 
room 50 feet wide. 
room 55 feel wide, 
room 60 feet wide, 
room 65 feet wide, 
room 70 feet wide, 
room 75 feet wide, 
room 80 feet wide, 
room So feet wide. 
room 80 feet wide, 
room 95 feet wide, 
room 100 feet wide. 



(Books: 2.) 
(Books: 2.) 
(Books: 2.) 
(Books: 2.) 
(Books: 2.) 
(Books: 2.) 
(Books: 2.) 
(Books: 2.) 
(Books: 2.) 
(Books: 2.) 
(Books: 2.) 



(Books: 
(Books: 
(Books: 
(Books: 
(Books: 2.) 
(Books: 2.) 
(Books: 2.) 



20 
2.) 
2.) 
2 ? ) 



Table of luxfer prism luciduxes. 

(Books: 2.) 
Table of luxfer prism pavement 

areas, 10 feet wide. (Books: 2.) 
15 feet wide. (Books: 2.) 



20 feet wide. 
25 feet wide. 
30 feet wide. 
35 feet wide. 
40 feet wide. 



(Books: 2.) 
(Books: 2.) 
(Books: 2.) 
(Books: 2.) 
(Books: 2.) 



210 



INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



American luxfer prism co., Chicago: 

Table of luxfer prism pavement 
areas, 45 feet wide. (Books: 2.) 

50 feet wide. (Books: 2.) 

55 feet wide. (Books: 2.) 

60 feet wide. (Books : 2. ) 

65 feet wide. (Books: 2.) 

70 feet wide. (Books : 2.) 

75 feet wide. (Books: 2.) 

80 feet wide. (Books : 2. ) 

85 feet wide. (Books: 2.) 

90 feet wide. (Books : 2.) 

95 feet wide. (Books : 2.) 

100 feet wide. (Books : 2.) 

Table of luxfer prism prescriptions, 
highest light horizontal. (Books: 
20 
highest light 5° above the hori- 
zontal. (Books: 2.) 
highest light 10° above the hori- 
zontal. (Books: 2.) 
highest light 15° above the hori- 
zontal. (Boohs: 2.) 
highest light 5~ below the hori- 
zontal. (Books: 2.) 
highest light 10° below the hori- 
zontal. (Books: 2.) 
highest light 15° below the hori- 
zontal. (Books: 2.) 
highest light 20° below the hori- 
zontal. (Books: 2.) 
highest light 25° below the hori- 
zontal. (Books: 2.) 
American press ass'n, Xew York : 

"A" syndicate page no. 5. (Books: 3.) 
Alluring as honey. (Books: 3.) 
"B"syndicatepageno. 5. (Books: 3.) 
Braw Scots in India. (Books: 3.) 
"C " syndicate pageno. 5. (Books: 3.) 
"E' 7 syndicate pageno. 4. (Books: 3.) 
"F" syndicate page, ro. 4. (Boohs: 

3.) 
Fashions of New York. The new 
millinery is of the distinctly floral 
type. (Books: 3.) 
" G " syndicate page, no. 5. (Books : 

3.) 
Georgia heroism. (Books: 3.) 
" H '' syndicate page, no. 5. (Books: 

3.) 
Lincoln page. Syndicate extra, 1898. 

(Books: 3.) 
Warriors at odds. (Books: 3.) 
American school of correspondence, Bos- 
ton: 
Construction of boilers. Instruction 
paper. (Books: 2.) 
American sports pub. co.. New York: 

Indoor baseball. (Spalding's ath- 
letic library, vol. 7, Jan., lHdX, no. 
75.) (Books: 2.) 
Anthony pub. co., Portland, Me. : 

Anthony's standard business direct- 
ory and reference book of Portland 
and vicinity, Saco and Biddeford, 
Me., 1898-99. (Books: 1.) 



Appleton (D.) & co., New York: 

Pemberton (M.). Woman (The) of 
Kronstadt. Chaps. 4-7. (Books: 
2.) 
Tasma. A fiery ordeal. (Books: 1.) 

Ault & Wiborg co., Cincinnati, Ohio : 
Bradley's dancer. (Lithograph.) 
Bacheller syndicate, New York : 
Current service. (Books: 3.) 
Holbrook (E.). (Chas. Hooke.) An 
understudy to Vallindingham. 
(Books: 3.') 
M. Quad page. (Books: 3.) 
Special page. (Books: 3.) 
Taylor (B. L.). How Hiram Perkins 

turned over. (Books: 3.) 
Timely service. (Books: 3.) 
Woman's page. (Books: 3.) 
Youths' page. (Books: 3.) 
Bagnetto (Chas.), New Orleans, La. : 
She has broken my heart. Words by 
Chas. Bagnetto, music by Antonino 
Maggio. (Music.) 
Bayley & Noyes. Portland, Me. : 

Gage & Strout. The new Maine 
township. Revised to Jan. 1, 1898. 
(Books: 1.) 
Baker (Thomas), heirs of, U. S. : 

Fun and frolic ; or, sleighride. Polka. 
By Thomas Baker. (Music.) 
Baldwin (F. H.), New Haven, Conn. : 

March of the guomes. By F. H. Bald- 
win. (Music.) 

Baldwin (S. M.), New York : 

Utility' house gown. (Engraving.) 
Bancroft-Whitney co., San Francisco, 
Cal. : 
Boone (C. T.). Notes on the Cali- 
fornia reports, v. 1. (Books: 1.) 
Barbee & Smith, book agents for the M. 
E. church, south, Nashville, Tenn. : 
Banks (J. S.). A manual of Chris- 
tian doctrine. (Books: 1.) 
Baskervill (W. M.). Charles Egbert 
Craddock. (Southern writers, bio- 
graphical and critical studies. 
Feb., 1897.) (Books: 1.) 

George W. Cable. (Southern 

writers. Jan., 1897.) (Books: 1.) 

Sidney Lanier. Southern writ- • 

ers. nos. 4-6. Oct.-Dec, 1897. 
(Hooks: 1.) 

Southern writers. Biographical 

and critical studies, v. 1. (Hooks: 
1.) 

Fitzgerald (O. P.). The whetstone. 
The day and the word. (Books: 1.) 

Hoss (E. E.). Sunday school studies 
or expository and homiletical notes 
or the international lessons, for 
1898. With maps. (Books: 1.) 

Kirkland (W. I).), Atkins (J.), and 
Kirkpatrick (W. J.) The young 
people's hymnal. (Books: 1.) 



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Barbee & Smith, book agents for the M. 
E. church, south, Nashville, Tenn. : 

Liuk (S. A.). Dr. Frank O. Tickner ' 
and Henry Tiiurod. [Pioneers of 
southern literature, no. 3.] 
(Books: 1.) 

William Gilmore Si nuns, the 

novelest, the poet. (Pioneers of j 
southern literature.) (Books: 1.) 
Barues (A. S.) & co., New York: 

Bompiani (S. V.). A short history of j 
the Italian Waldenses who have in- 
habited the valleys of the Cottian 
Alps from ancient times to the pres- 
ent. (Books: 1.) 

Coltan (J. M.). Annals of Switzer- 
land. (Books: 1.) 
Barnes (Mary I.), Lacon, 111. : 

Ole Alasker. Words and music by 
Mary I. Barnes. (Music.) 
Barnes-Crosby co., Chicago: 

••What is your fortune, my pretty 
maid?" (Books: 2.) 
Barnwell (Wm. O.), Atlanta, Ga. : 

Chanson de printemps. Mendels- 
sohn's spring song. Arranged by 
Wm. O. Barnwell. Duo for one 
mandolin. (Music.) 

Duo for mandolin and guitar. 

(Music.) 
Basler (Horace R.), Pittsburg, Pa. : 

Answer yes, my sweetheart Bess. 
Waltz-song and chorus. By Eugene 
Ellsworth. Arranged bv Horace 
P. Basler. (Music.) 
Bell (J. R.), Kansas City, Mo. : 

Good bye ma Lindy Cindy Jane. 
Coon song. Words and music by 
Morris Manley. (Music.) 
Bennett (H.), Cedar Rapids, Iowa: 

Adair, Iowa. (Insurance map.) I 
Dec, 1897. (Map.) 

Advisorvratesof Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
Linn countv. v. 69. Jan. 19, 1898. 
(Books: 2.) 

Arlington. Iowa. (Insurance map.) 
Dec, 1897. (Map.) 

Gladbrook, Iowa. (Insurance map.) 
Dec, 1897. (Map.) 

Guthrie Center, Iowa. (Insurance 
map.) Dec, 1897. (Map.) 

Hawkeve, Iowa. (Insurance inap.) ( 
Dec, '1897. (Map.) 

Hubbard. Iowa. (Insurance map.) 
Dec, 1897. (Map.) 

Macedonia, Iowa. (Insurance map.) 
Sept., 1897. (Map.) 

Madrid, Iowa. (Insurance map.) 
Dec, 1897. (Map.) 

Marne, Iowa. (Insurance map.) 
Dec, 1897. (Map.) 

St. Ansgar, Iowa. (Insurance map.) 
Dec. 1897. (Map.) 

Sutherland, Iowa. (Insurance 
map.) Dec, 1897. . (Map.) 

Yalley Junction, Iowa. Dec, 1897. 
(Map.) 



Berge music co., New York: 

That night in Bethlehem. Song with 
piano or organ accompaniment 
and violin obligate, (ad lib.) By 
Handel Hastings. (Music.) 
Bible study pub. co , Boston : 

Great men of Israel and Old Testa- 
ment teachings. The Bible study 
manual. [Bible study union graded 
lesson system, vol. 8, no. 2, lessons 
5-8.] (Books: 1.) 

Old testament heroes. Children's 
course. Lesson 5. Joseph sold 
into Egypt. (Books: 2.) 

Lesson 6. Joseph before Pha- 
raoh. (Books: 2.) 

Lesson 7. Joseph forgiving his 

brothers. (Books: 2.) 

Lesson 8. Moses in the bul- 
rushes. (Books: 2.) ' 

The child's monthlv. Lessons 

5-8. (Books: 2.) 

Primary monthly. Lessons 5-8. 

(Books: 2.) 

Primary teacher's helper. Les- 
sons 5-8. (Books: 2.) 
Biddle (Violet), Washington, D. C. : 

McKenna. (Miss Hilde garde K.) 
(Photograph.) 
Bliss (P.P. andG.G.): 

Baby's sweet sleep. Song and chorus. 
Music by P. P. Bliss. "(Music.) 

Remembered. Song and chorus. By 
P. P. Bliss. (Music) 
Blose (J. M.), Waynesburg, Pa,: 

Leonora. (Gavotte). Piano solo. 
(Music.) 
Boericke & Tafel, Philadelphia : 

Haie(E.M.). Saw palmetto. (Books: 

1.) 
Bonnell (Otto), Chicago: 

u Go 'way gal." Composed by Otto 
Bonnell. (Music.) 
"Bonnell, Silver & co., New York: 

Rossiter (S. BA Curler's sermons. 
(Books: 1.) 
Booth (Samuel), San Francisco, Cal. : 
Old (The) miner's visit to 'Frisco. 
Song. By Sam Booth. (Music) 
Bradley (Will),' Springfield, Mass.: 

Bible. The book of Ruth and the 

book of Esther. (Books: 1.) 
Legend (The) of sleepy hollow, from 
the sketch book of Washington 
Irving. (Books: 1.) 
Brandeis (Frederick), United States: 
Infatuation galop. By F. Brandeis. 
op. 22. (Music.) 
Brehm (Frank), jr., Erie, 
My Nell's dead swell. 
(Music) 
Breitkopf & Hartel, New York: 
Adagio, op. 37, no. 3. By A. 

Fiir Harmonium. (Music) 
Auf dem lande. op. 37, no. 9. 



Pa.: 
By P. Detzel. 



Bird. 



By A. 



Bird. Fiir harmonium. (Music.) 



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Breitkopf & Hiirtel, New York : 

Meditation, op. 37, no. 1. By A. 
Bird. Fiir harmonium. (Music.) 

Offertoire. op. 37, no. 7. By A. Bird. 
Fiir harmonium. (Music.) 

Ouverturen (3) (suiten) fiir orchester 
von Joh. Seh. Bach, fur piano- 
forte iibertragen von • Giuseppe 
Martucci. no. 2. H. moll. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Pastorale, op. 37, no. 10. By A. 
Bird. Fiir harmonium. (Music.) 
Brittain (S. J.), Winston, N. C. : 

Process (The) of compounding the 
farmers' compound fertilizer. 
(Books: 2.) 
Brown (J. G.), Meriden, Conn. : 

Blue hell polka. By J. G. Brown. 
Arranged' hy M. M. Cohh. For 2 
guitars. (Music.) 

Stella waltz. By J. G. Brown. For 
2 guitars. (Music.) 
Buck (J. H.), New York : 

Listener (The). (Lithographs.) 
Butler (John William), San Francisco, 
CaL: 

An original widow's pension, or the 
fugitive fortune. By Katherine 
Van Harlinger. 
Campana (Fahio) : 

Adelina. Yalse hy Fahio Campana. 
(Music.) 
Camphell (Alfred S.), Elizabeth, N. J. : 

Autumn. 570. (Photographs.) 

Dream (A) of love. 571. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 

An Easter anthem. 580. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Fond recollections. 569. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Little blouet. 576. (Photographs.) 

Lord (The) has risen. 581. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Nature's mirror. 577. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Noon. 568. (Photographs.) 

Playmates. 572. (Photographs ) 

Seraglio (The). 582. (Photographs.) 

Spring blossoms. 584. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Cargille (\Y. J.) Johnson City, Tenn. : 

Bather (The). (Photographs.) 
Chadwick (Ben.), Westfield, Mass.: 

Somebody's daddy. By Ben. Chad- 
wick. "Arranged by*A. F. Jacobs. 
(Music.) 
Chappell & co., lt'd, London, England : 

Don't bo afraid to try. Composed by 
Frank Lambert. (Music.) 
Chase (Wm. M.), New York: 

Alice, daughter of Wm. M. Chase. 
(Photographs.) 

Chown commercial co., Lima, Ohio : 

Chown (C. M.). Retail reports, 
Miami County, Ohio. 2d. ed. 
(Books: 1.) 



Christian pub. co., St. Louis, Mo. : 

Ainslee (P.). Plain talks to young 
men on vital issues. (Books: 1.) 

Bays (Davis H.). The Doctrines and 
dogmas of mormon ism examined 
and refuted. (Books: 1.) 

Dowling (W. W.). The normal in- 
structor, pt. 4. The land. 
Books: 1.) 

Fairhurst (A.). Organic evolution 
considered. (Books: 1.) 

Garrison (J. H.). Half-hour studies 
at the cross. (Books: 1.) 

Grafton (T. W.). Alexander Camp- 
bell, leader of the great reforma- 
tion of the nineteenth century. 
(Boohs: 1.) 

Lhamon (W. J.). Studies in Acts or 
the Now Testament hook of begin- 
nings. (Books: 1.) 

McLean ( A. ). A circuit of the globe. 
(Books: 1.) 

Stark (J. 14.;. Hugh Carlin; or, 
truth's triumph. (JJooks : 1.) 

Williams (J. A.). Rosa Emerson; 
or, a young woman's influence. 
(Books: 1.) 
Church (John) co., Cincinnati, Ohio: 

Chicago (The) skyscraper march, 
fwo-step. Orchestra. By Richard 
Ferber. (Music.) 

Colonial (The) dames waltzes. Baud. 
By John Philip Sousa. (Music.) 

Come ye Saints, look here and wonder. 
Sacred song for Faster for soprano 
or tenor. By G. W. Marston. 
(Music.) 

Crowns of glory ever bright. Duet 
for soprano and alto. Arranged 
from a melody by Eisoldt. By 
.J. R. Murray. (Music.) 

Darkies' (The) carnival. Charac- 
teristic two-step. Orchestra. By 
R. O. Goldsmith. (Music.) 

"El 4'rocadero' march, two-step. 
By Edouard Hesselberg. For two 
pianos. (Music.) 

Equestrienne galop. Orchestra. By 
G. R. Oliver. (Music.) 

Gavotte. By L. Mattioli. Violin 
and piano. (Music.) 

Gavotte. Orchestra. By Lino Mat- 
tioli. (Music.) 

I heard the voice of Jesus say. Duet. 
Words by Horatius Bonar. Music 
by G. AY. Marston. no. 4928. 
(Music.) 

Li flung Chang. March character- 
istic. By Richard Ferber. Or- 
chestra. (Music.) 

Nation's (The) pride march, two- 
step. Orchestra By W. H. Scon- 
ton. (Music.) 

Peace, it is I. no. L929. Quartet. 
By G. W. Marston. (Music.) 

l'hilo senate march. IVo-step. Or- 
chestra. ByR. B.Hall. (Music.) 



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Church (John) co., Cincinnati, Ohio: 

Society belle lancers. Orchestra. 
By <;. D. Harnard. (Music.) 

Spirit (The) in our hearts. By G. W. 
Marston. no. 1927. (Music.) 

Tallahasse (The) girl schottisch. Or- 
chestra. By D. S. Godfrey. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Three holy days. Easter, op. 230. 
By W. F. Sudds. (Music.) 

Uncle Remus' two-step. Band. By 
Marvin Bean. (Music.) 

Volley march. Two-step. Orchestra. 
By D. S. Godfrey. (Music.) 

Welcome, thou victor in the strife. 
Easter. By J. R. Murray. (Music.) 
Churchman co., Xew York: 

Stretton (H.). Soul (The) of honor. 
Chaps. 18,19. (Books: 2.) 
Clark (J. Shepherd) co., New York: 

Circular (A), or abbreviated cata- 
logue, in Spanish. (Books: 2.) 
Cleveland public library, Cleveland, 
Ohio: 

Prentice (M. H.). References to 
hooks in the Cleveland public li- 
hrary. (Books: 1.) 
Clifton (H.): 

There's nothing succeeds like suc- 
cess. By H. Clifton. (Music.) 
Club of odd volumes, Boston : 

Wolcott (R.). The poems of Roger 
Wolcott, Esq., 1725. (Books : 1.) 
Colliery engiueer co., Scranton, Pa. : 

Anthiuetic. pts. 1-2. (The inter- 
national correspondence schools, 
Scranton, Pa. Key. 2d ed., 10.) 
(Books: 2.) 

Spelling. (International correspond- 
ence schools, Scranton, Pa In- 
struction paper, 2d ed., 120.) 
(Books: 2.) 

(Question paper. 2d ed., pt. 3. 

120 C.) (Books: 2.) 

(Pt. 4. Question paper. 2d ed, 

120 D.) (Books: 2.) 

Steam and steam engines. Instruc- 
tion paper. 2d ed., pt. 1, 27 A. 
(Books: 2.) 

Question paper. 2d ed., pt. 1, 

27 A. (Books: 2.) 

Instruction paper. 2d ed., pt. 2, 

27 B. (Books: 2.) 

Question paper. 2d ed., pt. 2, 

27 B. (Books: 2.) 

Pts. 1,2. 27. Kev. 2d ed. (Books: 
2.) 

(Converse, (Maschil D.) New York: 

Who we are. Who are you? What 
Ave do. (Books: 2.) 
Cook, (D. J., & J. W.) Denver Colo. : 

Hands up; or thirty-five years of de- 
tective life in the monntaius and 
on the plains. Compiled bv John 
W.Cook. Revised ed. (Boohs: 1.) 



Cooke, (W. H.) Heirs of, U. S. : 

Savior source of every blessing, no. 
1. Familiar hymns 18. Set to mu- 
sic by Rev. W, H. Cooke. (Music.) 
Corbett (James E.) & co., Philadelphia: 

Kismet. Words by M. Maynard. 
Music by Howard E. Mellor. 
(Music.) 
Crabbs, (Vesta Ellen) Shenandoah, Iowa : 

Dress making instruction book for 
E. V. Crabbs' 20th century system. 
(Books: 2.) 
Curtis & Cameron, Boston : 

Cere. Detail of F. D. Millet's Thes- 
mophoria. (Photographs.) 

Detail of Thesiuophoria. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Study from Thesiuophoria. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Thesiuophoria. (13 by 7| inches.) 
(Photographs.) 
Dawe (G. Grosvenor), New York : 

Nemo. Some rambling thoughts 
(for use on and after Jan. 16.) 
(Books: 3.) 

(Jan. 23.) (Books: 3.) 

Derr-Fritz (A.), Boston : 

Derr-Fritz with his staff of " modern 
healers ' ; are coming. (Books: 3.) 
Dillingham (G. W.) co.. New York : 

Raymond (F.) Maylow. (Books: 1.) 

Zangwill (L.). CTeo the magnifi- 
cent, or the muse of the real. A 
novel. (Books: 1.) 
Ditson (Oliver) co., Boston: 

Faithful. Song for medium voices. 
Words by Frank L. Stanton. Mu- 
sic by C. O. Fosgate. (Music.) 

Heart gardening. Words by Mary R. 
Willard. Music by Gertrude Still- 
man. (Music) 

Hiawatha. Dramatic cantata. By 
Frederick R. Burton. The word's 
selected from the poem by Henry 
Wadswortb Longfellow. (Music.) 

In the thorn bush. (In dem dorn- 
busch.) Words by W. Osterwald. 
Music by Paul Ambrose, op. 12, 
no.2. (Music.) 

'Twas ever thus. Words by Cath- 
erine S. Smith. Music by C. R. 
Cressey. (Key of A flat.] (Music.) 
Dodd, Mead & co., New York: 

International (The) cyclopaedia. 
Vols. 1-15. (Books : 1.) 
Donnelly (Reuben H.), Chicago: 

Chicago telephone co. New sub- 
scribers, changes, and corrections. 
Supplement. Jan. 5, 1898. (Books: 
2.) 
Doxey (William), San Francisco, Cal. : 

Sweet pea review. 3d ed., 1898. 
(Books: 2.) 
Dunbar (H.L.): 

Christian science hall, Concord, N. H. 
(Photographs.) 



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Dunbar (H.L.): 

Interior christian science hall, Con- 
cord, N. H. (Photographs.) 
Dupont (Paul), Paris, France : 

Renaud d'Arles. Tragedie lyrique en 
5 actes et 6 tableaux. Poesie de 
Louis de Fourcaud. Musique de 
Noel Desjoyeaux. (Music.) 
Dyer (W. J.) and bro., St. Paul, Minn. : 
Chromatic (The) march for military 
band. By Louis L. Howard. 
(Music.) 
Eaton & Mains, New York: 

Crooks (G. R.). The story of the 

Christian church. (Books: 1.) 
Foster (R. S.). God, nature, and 
attributes. [Studies in theology : 
5.] (Books: 1.) 
Echo music co., Lafayette, Ind. : 

Old (The) and new year. Music by 
J. Wells Herring-ton. [The echo, 
Jan., 1898.] (Music.) 
Elderkin (George D.), Oak Park, 111. : 
As a little child. By E. E. Hewitt, 

(Music.) 
Coming (The) day. Words by M. A. 
West. Music by J. M. 'Ward. 
(Music.) 
Gospel (The) ship. By Katherine E. 

Chapman. (Music) 
I'll die on the held. Duet. Words 
by D. P. W. Music by Aura Smith. 
(Music.) 
blessed hour. By Chas. Groenen- 

dyke. (Music.) 
O come to my redeemer. Words by 
E. E. Hewitt. Music bv Howard 
E. Smith. (Music.) 
Resting on the everlasting arms. 
Music by W. L. Davison. (Music. ) 
Elliot (Charles S.) & co., New York: 
Weary of earth. Hymn-Anthem. 
Music by W.W.Gilchrist. (Music.) 
Ellis (R. H. P.) Baltimore, Md. : 

Girl (The) I loved at school. Song 
and chorus. By R. H. P. Ellis. 
(Music.) 
Enoch & son, London, England: 

Crown (A) of roses. Song. no. 1 in 

C. By Landon Ronald. (Music.) 
no. 2, in E flat. By Landon 

Ronald. (Music.) 
Mine, song. no. 1 in C. By Landon 

Ronald. (Music.) 
no. 2 in E 11 at. By Landon 

Ronald. (Music.) 
Star-tide. Song' with violin or 

violoncello accpt. ad lib. no. 1 in 

D. By Piccolomini. (Music.) 
no. 2inF. By Piccolomini. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Till dawn. Song. no. 1 in B flat. 

By Frederick Bevan. (Music.) 
no. 2 in C. By Frederick Bevan. 

(Music.) 



! Ettlinger (Louis), New York: 

" Little pets." (Photographs. ) 
" Playmates." (Photographs. ) 
j Eulenburg (Ernst), Leipzig, Germany: 
Fantasiestiick fur violine mit beg- 
leitung des pianoforte. Von Victor 
Hussla. (Music) 
j European tourist co., New York: 

Why not be sure of going? (Books: 1.) 
Evening post pub. co., New York: 

Daily digest of selected cases. Jan. 
17,1898. (Books: 3.) 

Jan. 18, 1898. (Books: 3.) 

[Evening post, Jan. 20, 1898.] 

(Books: 3.) 
[Negligence — master and serv- 
ant.] (Books: 3.) 
London topics — The mysteries and 
perils of the Dreyfus affair. 
(Books: 3.) 
Fairchild (Maude), Meadville, Pa. : 

Zepheretta waltz. By Maude Fair- 
child. (Music.) 
Feineman (F. J.), St. Louis, Mo. : 

American (The) funeral record. 
(Books: 2.) 
Fitchett (H. W.), II. S. : 

Day's (The) now past. By H. W. 
Fitchett. (Music.) 
Flanagan (A.), Chicago: 

Rocheleau (W. F.). Great American 
industries. Second book. Product 
of the soil. (Books: 1.) 
Foley (John J.), New York. : 

Catalogue of designs made bv Folev, 
the florist. (Books: 2.) 
Foltz (Minnie Judd), Chicago: 

Six lessons in modern scientific whist, 
nos. 2-7. (Hooks: 2.) 

nos. 15-20. (Books: 2.) 

Forberg (Rob.), Leipzig: 

In der fremde. no. 1. Fiir manner- 
chor. Componirt von Martin Pliid- 
demann. op. 50. (Music.) 
Dersoldat. no. 2. Fiir mannerchor. 
Componirt von Martin Pliidde- 
mann. op. 50. (Music.) 
Der schonen rauTlerm begriibniss. 
no. 3. Fiir mannerchor. Compo- 
nirt von Martin Pliiddemanu. op. 
50. (Music.) 
Fords, Howard & Hulbert, New York: 
The new puritanism. (Books: 1.) 
Forsyth bros., London, England: 

Forget not thou. Music by Filson 

Young. (Music.) 
Humble (The) swain. Music by 
Ethel Barns. Edition in E flat. 
(Music.) 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land: 

Consolations. (Song.) By John 

Francis. (Music.) 
Cook's (A) excursion trip. (Soug.) 

By George Le Brunn. (Music) 

Coster's (The) daughter. (Song.) 

By George Le Brunn. (Music.) 



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Francis, Day & Hunter, London, Eng- 
land : 
Fonr (The) suits of cards. (Song.) 

By Fred. J. Barnes. (Music.) 
Gordon (The) highlanders. (Song.) 

By E. W. Rogers. (Music.) 
Not exactly. (Song.) By George 

Everard. (Music.) 
Practical impossibilities. (Song.) 

By George Le Brunn. (Music.) 
Santy Clans is comhr 'fore the 

mornin'. (Song.) By M. P. Hun- 
ter. (Music.) 
Some things are better left unsaid. 

(Song.) By Richard Stahl. (Music.) 
What happened to Jones? (Song.) 

By Denham Harrison. (Music.) 
Eraser & Chalmers: 

Eraser & Chalmers improved two- 
stamp mill. [Circular no. 22, April, 

1897.] (Book : 2.) 
Frier (Will R.), Valdosta, Ga. : 

Don't cry, my little maiden. (Song.) j 

Words by Will R. Frier. Music by 

Inez Alexander. (Music.) 
Funk and Wag-nail's co., Xew York: 

Xeal Dow and his century. [II. Rum ! 

and ruin.] (Books: 3.) 
Gagel bros., Xew York: 

Black (The) nobility's ball. Coon 

march song. Words and music by 

Harry S. Miller. (Music.) 
Davies (W. C). I'll be a friend of 

yours, if you'll be a friend of mine. 

(Music.) 
I'm looking for my baby. Song and 

chorus. Words and music by Harry 

Yon Tilzer. (Music.) 
Gardner (A.C.), Brockton, Mass.: 

" Beatrice ' ; march. Orchestra. By 

A.C.Gardner. (Music.) 
Gardner & co., Brooklyn, N. Y. : 

Mayor Wurster and cabinet, of 

Brooklyn, N. Y. (Photographs.) 
German press and plate co., Chicago: 
Lenz (R.). "Otfener schreibebrief 

des Philipp Sauerampfer.'' (Books : 

3.) 
Giant Oxie co., Augusta, Me. : 

"Money makes the mare go.'' 

(Books: 2.) 
"Money that makes money/' 

(Books: 2.) 
Goerdeler (R.), U.S.: 

Dancing ripples, mazurka de salon. \ 

By R. Goerdeler. op. 55 (Music.) 
Goldbeck (Robt.): 

Dreams of heaven, no. 1. (Three 

duets.) By Robt. Goldbeck. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Love (A) song. no. 1. By Robt. 

Goldbeck. For tenor or soprano. 

(Music.) 
Xun (The), no. 7. By Robt. Gold- 
beck. Soprano or tenor. (Music.) 



Goldbeck (Robt.): 

Where'er a heart to true heart beats, 
no. 3. (Three duets.) By Robt. 
Goldbeck. For soprano and alto. 
(Music.) 

Willow song. no. 2. (Three duets.) 
By Robt. Goldbeck. Soprano and 
tenor. (Music.) 
Gordon (Hamilton S.), New York: 

McGlenuon (F.). Two locks of hair, 
silver and gold. (Music.) 

Uciall (L.). When we were Mollie 
and Joe. (Music.) 
Gray (William B.), New York: 

Reinhard (L.). Bonton (The) sou- 
venir. March and two-step. 
(Music.) 

Boy (A) without a sweetheart. Song 
and refrain. Words and music by 
Geo. M. Cohen. (Music.) 

Riggs (B.). My sweet little rose of 
Killarney. Song and refrain. 
(Music.) 

Tally Ho. Song. Music by Will 
Godwin. (Music.) 
Green (Lydia Olive), Chicago: 

Red, white, and blue march. (Two- 
step.) (Music.) 
Greene & Guckert, Kansas City, Mo. : 

Susie Lee, the belle of Chattanooga. 
Words by Roy Farrell Green. 
Music by E. X. Guckert. (Music.) 
Grit pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. : 

"Dreamland phantoms. " (Books: 3.) 
Guion (William F.), Chicago: 

Short talks on long topics. 1st ed. 
Jan., 1898. (Books: 2.) 
Guudling (Henry), Chicago: 

Kurzgefasste Erkliirung aller wichti- 
gen parlamentarischen regeln und 
ausdriicke. (Books: 2.) 
Gunter (A. C.) : 

Passing (A) Emperor. (Lithographs.) 
Hailstock (Frank M.) jr., Akron, Ohio: 

My Lancaster belle. March and two- 
step. For piano. By Frank M. 
Hailstock, jr. (Music.) 
Hampton (Van L.), Macomb, 111. : 

Hampton's table of distances. 
(Books: 2). 
Harms (T. B.) & co., New York: 

And the bell goes ting-a-ling-ling. 
(Song.) ByGustave Kerker. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Anti-cigarette society. (Song.) By 
Gustave Kerker. (Music.) 

Bread, cheese, and kisses. (Duet.) 
By R. DeKoven. (Music.) 

Entrance song. Quiller and consta- 
bles. Music by Reginald DeKoven. 
(The highwayman romantic comic 
opera.) (Music.) 

Farmer (The) and the scarecrow. 
(Duet and chorus.) By R. DeKo- 
ven. (Music.) 



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Harms (T. B.) & co., New York: 

I wouldn't do any thing wrong. 
(Song.) ByGustave Kerker. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Lead on, Ebenezer. (Song.) ByGus- 
tave Kerker. (Music.) 

Mary Ellen Brown. (Song.) ByGus- 
tave Kerker. (Music.) 

They call me the belle of New York. 
(Song.) By G. Kerker. (Music.) 

Tricky little Sarah. (Song.) Words 
by Hugh Morton. Music by Gus- 
tave Kerker. (Music.) 
Harper & bros., New York : 

Harper's bazar art portfolio. 1. 
(Books: 2.) 

2. (Books: 2.) 

3. (Books: 2.) 

4. (Books: 2.) 

Phillips (A. W.) and Fisher (I.). Ele- 
ments of geometry. (Books: 1.) 

Wells ( H. G. ). The war of the worlds. 
(Books: 1.) 
Harrison (Chas. L.), Heekin, Kv. : 

All shall be well. Rev. S. W. Speer. 
Chorus by Chas. L. Harrison. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Hatch music co., Philadelphia: 

Andalusiau song. (Andalusisches 
lied.) By Francois Behr. [Tone 
gems of the first grade.] (Music.) 

At sunset. (Beim sonnenuntergang.) 
By Francois Behr. [Tone gems of 
the first grade.] (Music.) 

Austrian song. (Osterreichisches 
volkslied.) ' By Francois Behr. 
[Tone gems of the first grade.] 
(Music.) 

Bird in the wood. (Vogel im walde.) 
Salon etude by Carl Bohui. op. 
311. For piano. (Music.) 

Bolero. By Francois Behr. [Tone 
gems of the first grade.] (Music. ) 

Confession (A). (Gestandnis.) By 
Francois Behr. [Toue gems of the 
first grade.] (Music.) 

Dolly's lullaby. (Puppenwiegen- 
lied.) By Francois Behr. [Tone 
gems of the first grade] (Music.) 

Easy pieces (in the first grade) for 
little folks. (Music.) 

Echo. By Francois Behr. [Tone 
gems of the first grade.] (Music.) 

Ethel polka. By Francois Behr. 
[Tone gems of" the first grade.] 
(Music.) 

Evening prayer. (Abendgebet.) By 
Francois Behr. [Tone gems of the 
first grade.] (Music.) 

Grandpapa's dance. ( Gross vater's 
tanzchen.) By Fraucois Behr. 
[Tone gems of the first grade.] 
(Music.) 

In spring. (Im friihling.) By Fran- 
cois Behr. [Tone gems of the first 
grade.] (Music.) 



Hatch music co., Philadelphia: 

Kindergarten waltz. By Francois 
Behr. [Tone gems of the first 
grade.] (Music.) 

Lilac fairy. (Fliederfee.) By Fran- 
cois Behr. [Tone gems of the first 
grade.] (Music.) 

Little puss. (Kleine schelmin.) By 
Francois Behr. [Tone gems of the 
first grade.] (Music.) 

Miller's (The) prettv daughter. (Die 
scheme miillerin.) By Francois 
Behr. [Tone gems of the first 
grade.] (Music.) 

Night (A) in May. (Maiuacht.) By 
Francois Behr. [Tone gems of the 
first grade.] (Music.) 

Night patrol. (Niichtliche runde.) 
By Francois Behr. [Tone gems of 
the first grade.] (Music.) 

On the lake. (Auf clem see.) By 
Francois Behr. [Tone gems of the 
first grade.] (Music.) 

Oriental melody. (Orientalisch.) 
By Francois Behr. [Tone gems of 
the first grade.] (Music.) 

Parade of" the gua id. (Wacht- 
parade.) By Francois Behr. [Tone 
gems of the first grade.] (Music.) 

Polish dance. By Francois Behr. 
[Tone gems of the first grade.] 
(Music.) 

Roseleaf (A) (Ein rosenblatt.) By 
Francois Behr. [Tone gems of the 
first grade.] (Music.) 

Serenade (A). (Stiindchen.) By Fran- 
cois Behr. [Tone gems of the first 
grade.] (Music.) 

Silent happiness. (Stilles gliick.) By 
Francois Behr. [Tone gems of the 
first grade.] (Music.) 
Hatfield telegraphic code pub. co., New 
York : 

Brown (W. IL, compiler.) Tele- 
graphic-cable code lor the private 
use of Simon Borg & co., New York, 
and A. Keyser & co., London. Jan., 
1898. (Books: 1.) 
Haupt (Paul), Baltimore, Md. : 

Cheyne (T. K., translator.) The book 
of the prophet Isaiah. (Books: 1.) 

Wellhausen (J.) The book of psalms. 
(Books: 1.) 
Hauschild bros. music co., Victoria, Tex. : 

Manuela wait/. Arranged for piano. 
By R. M. Grace. (Music.) 

Only a baby's picture. Song, with 
waltz chorus. By Chester Haile. 
(Music.) 
Hawkins (A. IL), London, England: 

Hope (A.). Robert of Hentzau. 
Chaps. 6-8. (Books: 2.) 

Simon Dale. Chap. 20 con- 
tinued, 21-22. (Sunday Inter 
Ocean, Jan. 16, 1898.) (Books: 3.) 



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Heckel (G. B ), Philadelphia: 

Halphen (G.). Colors and varnishes. 
Green pigments continued. (Books: 
2.) 

Hurst (G. H.). Oil chemistry for 
students. Hydrocarbon oils. 
(Books: 2.) 

Scott (W. G.). A systematic method 
of testing varnish, japans, fixed 
oils, lubricating oils, spirits, 
syrups, etc. Testing lubricating 
oils. (Books: 2.) 
Helman (The) Taylor co., Cleveland, 
Ohio : 

Davis (D.W.). 'Weh down sonf, and 
other poems. Illustrations, Wil- 
liam L. Sheppard. (Books: 1.) 
Henderson (Peter) & co., Xew York: 

Market gardener's or trucker's whole- 
sale catalogue of vegetable seeds, 
roots, etc. Spring, 1898. (Books: 
2.) 
Hill (J. L.) printing co., Richmond, Va. : 

Georgia directory co.'s directory of 
Augusta. Ga , 1898. v. 14. (Books: 

1.) 

Hoe (Henry), Xew York: 

Pen (The) question. (Books: 2.) 
Hofbaner (C), Leipzig, Germany: 

In ruhiger Anmuth. no. 2. Duette fiir 
violine und viola. Yon Robert 
Fuchs. op. 60. (Music.) 
Hooper (S. K.), Denver. Colo. : 

Way (The) to reach the great Klon- 
dike gold fields. (Maps.) 
Howe (F. L.). Atlanta, Ga, : 

Playing baby. (Photographs.) 
Howley. Haviland & co.. Xew York: 

Conquerors' (The) waltz. From 
"The conquerors." By William 
Furst. (Music.) 

Lucy, tell me Fse yer beau. Writ- 
ten and composed by Safford Wa- 
ters. (Music.) 
Hun (Marcus T.), Albany. N. Y. : 

Report of cases (official ed.). v. 21, 
1897. (Books: 1 ) 
Ingersoll (T. W.), St. Paul, Minn. : 

"Ain't kicking on luck, anyhow.'' 
no. 59. (Photographs.) 

All aboard. A big wheelbarrow 
load. no. 3. (Photographs.) 

Away from watchful eyes. no. 169. 
(Photographs.) 

Bashful (The) lover, no. 159. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Biddy sees a rat. no. 164. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 

Big day's sport at Black Dog Lake, 
no. 3075. (Photographs.) 

Blackfoot squaws and papoose at 
home. no. 3215. (Photographs.) 

Bridal Veil Falls and Three Graces, 
no. 134. (Photographs.) 

Camp-fire dreams, no. 3189. (Photo- 
graphs.) 



Ingersoll (T. W.), St. Paul, Minn. : 

Catching a two-pounder, no. 3108. 
(Photographs.) 

Chance (A) for a double, no. 3184. 
(Photographs.) 

Chief Black Hawk, Green Cloud and 
family, no. 3212. (Photographs.) 

Chief Black Hawk, squaw, and pa- 
poose, no. 3210. (Photographs.) 

Come to grief, no. 185. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Coming through the corn. no. 144. 
(Photographs.) 

Cool and contented, no. 181. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Daisy days. no. 158. (Photographs.) 

Dancing (The) lesson, no. 15 7. 
(Photographs.) 

" Did you say watermelon ?" no. 184. 
(Photographs.) 

Discussing the shot. no. 3196. 
(Photographs.) 

Down the mountains, with the spoils, 
no. 3180. (Photographs.) 

"Drop (The)'' on a bunch of elk. no. 
3022. (Photographs.) 

El capitan, 3,300 ft. high. no. 119. 
(Photographs.) 

Feeding the swan. no. 183. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Follow the leader, no. 81. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Gay (A) sport, no. 141. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Getting dressed, no. 180. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

"Golly! Tom, ain't she a bird?" 
no. 147. (Photographs.) 

Good company for a canoe cruise, 
no. 61. (Photographs.) 

Got a mess, anyway, no. 60. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Group of Blackfoot braves in full 
feathers, no. 3217. (Photographs.) 

Ha, ha, te, he — Navigation in a tub. 
no. 5. (Photographs. ) 

He is our meat. (Antelope.) no. 
3041. (Photographs.) 

Help — or the house maid's hard luck, 
no. 119. (Photographs.) 

His little bride, no. 177. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

" How are these for canvas-backs?" 
no. 3129. (Photographs.) 

How Biddy served the tomatoes, etc. 
no. 163. (Photographs.) 

Hunter well loaded, no. 3183. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

"I don't care for signs." no. 154. 
(Photographs.) 

"I just knew it would be a boy." 
no. 34. (Photographs.) 

I like chocolate, no. 149. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

In Arctic snow land. no. 54. (Pho- 
tographs.) 



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Ingersoll (T. W.), St. Paul, Minn. : 

In fairy land. no. 95. (Photographs.) 
In the gloaming, no. 62. (Photo 

graphs.) 
In the haunts of the polar bear, no 

53. (Photographs.) 
In wonderland, no. 52. (Photo 

graphs.) 
Jealousy, no. 174. (Photographs. 
Lady Franklin rock. no. 116. (Pho 

graphs. ) 
Landing at the carry. no. 3068 

(Photographs.) 
Landing a four-pounder below the 

falls, no. 3081. (Photographs.) 
Last (The) buffalo— dead. no. 3053 

(Photographs.) 
Let go, I won't fall. no. 118. (Pho 

tographs.) 
Lifting him into the net. no. 3091 

(Photographs.) 
Lordy! dad, be you killed? no. 57 B 

(Photographs.) 
Lucky (The) buffalo hunter, no 

3061. (Photographs.) 
u Mamie, kiss your honey bov!" no 

138. (Photographs.) 
May-pole (The) party, no. 89. (Pho 

tographs.) 
Maza-i casuawin and Anpa-ohdiua 

jin. no. 3200. (Photographs.) 
Mirror lake and reflections, no. 123 

(Photographs.) 
Mirror view, Yosemite falls, no 

128. (Photographs.) 
Morning (A) over goose decovs. no 

3138. (Photographs.) 
Mouse on toast, no. 143. (Photo 

graphs.) 
Mrs. Brown returns unexpectedly 

no. 165. (Photographs.) 
My dog aud I. no. 3185. (Photo 

graphs.) 
Necktie (A) party, no. 3163. (Pho 

tographs.) 
Nevada falls; Lady Franklin rock 

no. 117. (Photographs.) 
Nevada falls, 700 feet high. no. 131 

(Photographs.) 
New (The) arrivals. (Kittens.) no 

139. (Photographs.) 

Oh ! dat watermelon— each one Avith 
a big slice, no. 6. (Photographs.) 

Oh ! keep her going, no. 161. (Pho 
tographs.) 

Oh! yes, darling, I'll be home early 
no.l67(a). (Photographs.) 

Old Rex. no. 79. (Photographs.) 

Our camp near Lake Abundance, no 
3117. (Photographs.) 

Our Christmas hunt — story at the 
camp. no. 3197. (Photographs.) 

Picking up a double, no. 3100. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Pillow (The) fight, no. 182. (Pho- 
tographs.) 



Ingersoll (T. W.), St. Paul, Minn. : 

Rapids ahead. (Very fine.) no. 

3073. (Photographs.) 
Ready for breakfast, no. 173. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Real (A) live cowboy, no. 3048. 

(Photographs.) 
Reflection, no. 176. (Photographs.) 
Rejected (The) swell. no. 153. 

(Photographs.) 
Royal arches from river, no. 118. 

(Photographs.) 
Sam Black gets a shot. no. .56 A. 

(Photographs.) 
Say, kid, I caught you this time. no. 

65. (Photographs.) 
See-saw. no. 160. (Photographs.) 
Splash, or the housemaid's hard luck. 

no. 120 C. (Photographs.) 
Sport on Pole Bridge pass. no. 3130. 

(Photographs.) 
Summer costume. no. 156. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Taking toll in rural districts, no. 

171. (Photographs.) 
Trout fishing on Cash creek, no. 

3028. (Photographs.) 
(2 a. m.) He comes home early, no. 

168(b). (Photographs.) 
Two days' sport. 198 black ducks 

hungup, no. 3125. (Photographs.) 
Under the snow. no. 55. "(Photo- 
graphs.) 
Upper and lower Yosemite falls, no. 

127. (Photographs.) 

no. 130. (Photographs.) 

Upper Yosemite falls and reflections. 

no. 126. (Photographs.) 
Vanity fair. no. 166. (Photographs.) 
Want some supper, Bob? no. 3187. 

(Photographs.) 
" Well, I guess I'm lost." no. 135. 

(Photographs.) 
"Well! I like the way you help me." 

no. 117 B. (Photographs.) 
Well! I've got all I want. no. 3107. 

(Photographs.) 
"Well! What luck did you have?" 

no.3139. (Photographs.) 
What did I tell you, if I caught you 

again? no. 64. (Photographs.) 
Inspired word pub. Co., Kansas City, Mo. : 
Inspired word. Dec. First series. 

(Books: 2.) 
International photographical pub. co., 
Chicago, 111. : 
Ireland in pictures. Part 17. 

(Books: 2.) 
Jahn (Carl G.), Columbus, Ohio: 

Reports of cases argued and deter- 
mined in the circuit court of Ohio. 

v. 15. Jan. - 17, 1898. no. 2. 

(Books: 2.) 
Jewett (Joseph Edwin), Mctuchen, N. J. : 
Making beautiful years. Words for 

the new year. (Books: 2.) 



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Johns (H. W.) manufacturing co., New 
York: 

Suggestions for exterior decorations. 
(Books: 2.) 

Johnson (T. and J. W.) & co., Philadel- 
phia : 

Sanderson (J.F.). The validity of 

statutes in Pennsylvania. (Books: 

1) 

Johnston (Joseph F.), governor of Ala- 

bama, for the use of the said State, 

Montgomery, Ala. : 

Reports of cases argued and deter- 
mined in the supreme court of Ala- 
bama during the November term, 
1895, and November term, 1896. 
v. 112. (Books: 1.) 

Johnstone (Alex. C), Evanston, 111. : 

Thusnelda waltz. By Alex. C. John- 
stone. (Music.) 

Jones (J. R.), Philadelphia: 

Northrop (H.D.). Popular history of 
America from the earliest discov- 
eries to the present time. (Books : 

I.) 

Wonders of the animal king- 
dom. (Books: 1.) 
Jones bros. pub. co., Cincinnati, Ohio : 
Ridpath (J. C). Ridpath's history 
of the world, v. 1. Mankind. 
(Books: 1.) 

I 

Judd (M. Gertrude), San Francisco, Cal. : 
Whistling exercises. Adapted, ar- 
rauged, and composed by M. Ger- 
trude Judd. (Music.) 
Kansas City star co., Kansas City, Mo. : 
Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas 
City star, Jan. 13, 1898.) (Books: 
3.) 
(Kansas City star, Jan. 14, 1898.) 

> (Books: 3.) 
(Kansas City star, Jan. 15, 1898.) 
(Books: 3.) 
(Kansas City star, Jan. 17, 1898.) 
(Books: 3.) 
(Kansas City star, Jan. 18, 1898.) 
(Books: 3.) 

(Kansas City star, Jan. 19, 1898.) 

(Books: 3.) 
Kilburn (Benjamin VY .), Littleton, N. H. : 
Awed with wonder and amazement. 
Niagara Falls. Winter. 12286. 
(Photographs.) 

12287. (Photographs.) 

Beautiful day in the ice king's do- 
main. Niagara Falls. Winter. 
12299. (Photographs.) 



v.2. 


Mankind. 


(Books: 1.) 


v.3. 


Mankind 


(Books: 1.) 


v.4. 


Mankind. 


(Books: 1.) 


v. 1. 


Nations. 


(Books: 1.) 


v.2. 


Nations. 


(Books: 1.) 


v.3. 


Nations. 


(Books: 1.) 


v.4. 


Nations. 


(Books: 1.) 



Kilburn (Benjamin W.), Littleton, N. II. : 

Behold the majesty and beauty of 
the ice king's domain. Niagara 
Falls. Winter. 12297. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

12298. (Photographs.) 

By the sweet silver light of the 
"moon. Niagara Falls. 12282. 
(Photographs.) 

Clifton (The) house. Niagara Falls. 
Winter. 12306. (Photographs.) 

Enchanting is the way. Ice king's 
domain. Niagara Falls. Winter. 
12300. (Photographs.) 

12301. (Photographs.) 

12302. (Photographs.) 

Full moon. 12278. (Photographs.) 

Gala day. Niagara Falls. Winter. 
12304. (Photographs.) 

Gentlemen of the jury. 12310. 
(Photographs. 'i 

Glory of winter. Niagara Falls. 
12290. (Photographs.) 

Grand (The) rounds. Niagara Falls. 
Winter. 12292. (Photographs.) 

Home (The) roundup. 12311. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Hunter's (The) roundup. 12312. 
(Photographs.) 

Ice (The) king's domain. 
Falls. Winter. 12293. 
graphs.) 

12294. (Photographs.) 

Jack Frost's best work. 
Falls. Winter. 12288. 
graphs. ) 

12289. (Photographs.) 

Majesty and glory of light. 
Falls. Winter. 12280. 
graphs.) 

12281. (Photographs.) 

Majesty and glory of Niagara Falls. 
Winter. 12285. (Photographs.) 

Majesty of Niagara Falls. 12279. 
(Photographs.) 

Mighty is the ice king's grasp. Niag- 
ara Falls. Winter. 12295. (Photo- 
graphs ) 

Nature in art. Niagara Falls. W in- 
ter. 12305. (Photographs.) 

Old (The) bear camp. 12313. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Old glory. 12308. (Photographs.) 

Old (The) photographer's glory. Ni- 
agara Falls. Winter. 12307. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Our wedding tour. Niagara Falls. 
Winter. 12296. (Photographs.) 

Sunshine and shadow. Niagara Falls. 
Winter. 12291. (Photographs.) 

Treed at last. 12309. (Photographs.) 

Weary we wander and wonder. Ice 
king's domain.- Niagara Falls. 
Winter. 12303. (Photographs.) 

Where the old terrapin tower stood. 
Niagara Falls. 12283. (Photo- 
graphs.) 



Niagara 
(Photo- 



Niagara 
(Photo- 



Niagara 
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Kilburn (Benjamin W.), Littleton, N. H. : 
Winter sports. Niagara Falls. 12284. 
(Photographs.) 
Kilmer (Dr.) & co., Bingkainton, N. Y. : 
How to tell if we have kidney or 
bladder trouble. (Books: 2.) 
Kinkel (Charles), heirs of, U. S. : 

Sunny south polka. (Memories -of 
the" past.) By Charles Kinkel. 
(Music.) 
Kinkel (Daniel), jr., U. S. : 

Doda polka. By Daniel Kinkel, jr. 
(Music.) 
Kirkpatrick (Win. J.), Philadelphia: 

All will be glory, by and by. By 

Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. (Music.) 
Changed in the twinkling of an eye. 
By Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. (Music.) 
Lord (The) knows best. By Wm. J. 

Kirkpatrick. (Music.) 
My mother's God. By Wm. J. Kirk- 

patrick. (Music.) 
Papa be a christian. Music by Wm. 
J. Kirkpatrick. [Mixed voices.] 
(Music) 
Till we meet again. By Wm. J. Kirk- 
patrick. (Music.) 
What shall I do with Jesus. Music 
by Geo. T. Kirkpatrick. [Mixed 
voices.] (Music.) 
Knaftl & bro., Kuoxville, Term. : 

''Bran' (A) new coon in town.'' 

(Photographs.) 
"Yard (A) of coons." (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Kuhns (W. T.), Atlanta, Ga. : 

Chairmen standing committees of the 
House of Representatives, Georgia, 
1896-97. (Photographs.) 
Lampe (J. Bodewalt) and White (Carle- 
ton H.), Buffalo, X. Y. : 
Does you love your baby, honey .' 
A coon song, by Howard Carlton. 
(Music.) 
Le Maitre optical co.. New York: 

Le Maitre optical co., importers and 
manufacturers of improved spec- 
tacles, etc. (Books: 2.) 
Leach, Shewell & Sanborn, Boston : 

Tracing book a. (The educational 
system of roundhand vertical writ- 
ing.) (Books: 2.) 
Lee (Alfred), U. S. : 

I'm her pa. By Alfred Lee. (Comic 
song.) (Music.) 
Lee (Wm. H.), Chicago: 

Engineers' practical test illustrated. 

(Books: 1.) 
Laird & Lee's combination memo- 
randum book 1898. (Books: 2.) 
Lippincott (J. B.) co., Philadelphia: 

King (C). A trooper Galahad. 
(Books: 2.) 
Little, Brown & co., Boston: 

Lytton (E. B., Lord Lytton). Deve- 

reux. v. 1. (Books: 1.) 
v.2. (Books: 1.) 



Longmans, Green & co., New York : 

Lyall (E.). Hope the hermit. A 
romance of Borrodale. pt. 1. 
(Books: 1.) 
Lothrop pub. co., Boston : 

Aids to endeavor. Consisting of se- 
lections from standard authors, de- 
signed for the public and x>rivate 
use of the Y. P. S. C.E. (Books: 1.) 
Longhead & co., Philadelphia : 

From the horn of plenty. (Books: 2) 
Lovell (A.) & co., New York: 

Common sense copv books, no. 2i. 
(Books: 2.) 
Lowry (Robert), New York: 

Free from self. By Robert Lowry. 
(Consecration hvmn.) (Music.) 
Lyon (W. F.), Detroit," Mich. : 

The Detroit method of teaching writ- 
ing. (Books: 2.) 
Lytle (George A.), Decatur, 111. : 

Form of sundry remittance letter for 
banks. (Books: 1.) 
McBride (D. H.) & co., Akron, Ohio: 

Ingersoll's Christmas sermon. Re- 
viewed bv L. A. Lambert, LL. D. 
(Books: 1.) 
McClure (S. S.) & co.. New York: 
Alfred Dreyfus. (Books: 3.) 
Cornell's new hydraulic laboratory. 

(Hooks: 3.) 
Ellis (E. s.). Young (The) Klon- 
dikers. Chaps. 11, 12. ( Books: 3.) 

Chaps. 13, U. (Books: 3.) 

Chaps. 15. 16. (Books : 3.) 

Hoe (C.). The daily bugle misses 

••a hit." (Books: 3.) 
Opper (E. A.). ''The tramp " and 

Ada. (Books: 3.) 
Taber(H.P.). Jim. (Books: 3.) 
McGrath (Frederick), Boston: 
Burial at sea. (Chromos.) 
Mackay (Chas.H.), Boston: 

Twelve dreams, or the illuminati 
course of Westgate lessons. Jan., 
1898. no. 1. (Books: 2.) 
McLeer (Henry John), U. S. : 

General (The) march. Two-step. By 
Henry John McLeer. (Music.) 
Macmillan co., New York: 

St. Matthew and St. Mark and the 
general epistles. (The modern 
reader's Bible.) (Books: 1.) 
Zola(E.). Paris. Translated by Er- 
nest Alfred Yizetelly. vol.2, book 
.'!. Chaps. 3 completed, 1 and 5. 
(Books: 1.) 
Main ( \V. W. ), Boston: 

Collection envelope. Helper's league. 
Massachusetts Baptist Sunday 
school ass'n. (Books: 2.) 
Marsh (Benj. ().), Decorah, Iowa: 

Thomas (L.). The winner. Qua- 
drille. For orchestra. (Music.) 
Mast, Crowell & Kirkpatrick, Spring- 
held, Ohio: 
American women, v.2. (Books: 1) 



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Mayer (Henry), U. S. : 

Twenty-four studies, op. 20. Com- 
plete. By H. Mayer. (Music 
book.) 
Melville (Rose), Memphis, Tenu. : 

" What next."' A character sketch 
in one act. (Dramatic composi- 
tion.) 
Merrill (Amos L.), Woonsocket, R. I. : 
Leclerc (Rev. Napoleon.) (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Messiter (A. H.), New York: 

praise the Lord. Psalm 117. Ablu- 
tion anthem. By A. H. Messiter. 
(Music.) 
Metropolitan life insurance co., New 
York : 
Manual for superintendents and 
assistant superintendents of the 
M. L. I. co. of N. Y. (Books: 1.) 
Millet (J. B.) co., Bostou: 

Japan, described and illustrated by 
the Japanese. Written by emi- 
nent Japanese authorities, and 
scholars. Sec. 5. [v. 5.] (Books: 

1.) 

Sec. 6. [v. 6.] (Books: 1.) 

Sec. 8. (Books: 1.) 

Mills (F. A.), New YTork: 

Ah, tell me why. By Mme. Roths- 
child. Arranged for zither by D. 
YYorniser. (Music.) 

AdiotoNapoli. ByT. Cottran. Ar- 
ranged for zither by D. Wormser. 
(Music.) 

Avowal of love. By F. Thome. Ar- 
ranged for zither by D. Wormser. 
(Music.) 

Cantabile " Pagliacci." By R. Leon- 
cavallo. Arranged for zither by 
D. Wormser. (Music.) 

Chanson triste. By P. Tschaikowsky. 
Arranged for zither by D. Wormser. 
(Music.) 

Duet from Faust. By C. Gounod. 
Arranged for zither by D. Wormser. 
(Music.) 

Hungarian dance, no. 7. By J. 
Brahms. Arranged for zither by D. 
Wormser. (Music.) 

Intermezzo cavalleria rustic ana. By 
Pietro Mascagni. Arranged for 
zither by D. Wormser. (Music.) 

It was not so to be. "The tromp- 
eter." By V. Xessler. Arranged 
for zither by D. Wormser. (Music. ) 

La Paloma. By Yrailier. Arranged 
for either by D. Wormser. (Music.) 

Largo. By G. F. Handel. Arranged 
for zither by D. Wormser. (Music.) 

Melody in F. By A. Rubinstein. 
Arranged for zither by D. Worm- 
ser. (Music.) 

Menuet. By L. Boccherini. Arranged 
for zither by D. Wormser. (Music.) 

14450— Vol. 14, Ko. 3 6 



Mills (F. A.), New York: 

Nina, aria. By G. Pergolese. Ar- 
ranged for zither by D. Wormser. 
(Music.) 

Polish dance, op. 3. By X. Schar- 
wenka. Arranged for zither byD. 
Wormser. (Music.) 

Serenade. By C. Gounod. Arranged 
for zither by D. YVorruser. (Music.) 

Tannhauser march. By R. Wagner. 
Arranged for zither byD. Wormser. 
(Music.) 

Under the leaves. ( Sous la feuillee) . 
By F. Thome. Arranged for zither 
by D. Wormser. (Music.) 

Valselente, "Sylvia." ByL.Delibes. 
Arranged for zither byD. Wormser. 
(Music.) 

Walther's preis-lied, Meistersaenger. 
By R . Wagner. Arranged for zither 
by D. Wormser. (Music.) 
Molineux (Geo.), New Y T ork: 

The organ, vol 8. [Music book.] 
Moore (Mrs. Emma L.), U. S. : 

Wilhelmina the golden haired. By 
Mrs. Emma L. Moore. (Music.) 
Morgan (Jas. D.), Washington, D. C. : 

Grave (The) of Pierre Charles L'En- 
fant. (Photographs.) 
Morley (W.) &. co., London, England: 

Dance of the coons, no. 3. Recol- 
lections for the piano. By Bryce- 
son Treharne. (Music.) 

Gavotte in E flat. no. 2. Recollec- 
tions for the piano. By Bryceson 
Treharne. (Music.) 

Minuet in G. no. 1. Recollections 
for the piano. By Bryceson Tre- 
harne. (Music.) 
Mosher (Ollie), U. S. : 

Those dear old songs, by Miss Ollie 
Mosher. (Music.) 
Murphy (John) tfc co., Baltimore, Md. : 

The little office of the Virgin Mary 
(etc.). (Books: 2.) 
Murray (James R.), U. S. : 

Heart to heart and soul to soul. 
Song. By James R. Murray. 
(Music.) 

Tear (A) for the comrade that's gone. 
By James R. Murray. [Quartet 
and chorus.] (Music.) 
National music co., Chicago, 111. : 

Carmen waltzes. Arranged by Dave 
Brandamour for 1st and 2d mando- 
lin and guitar. (Music.) 

Dause pastorale. Air de ballet, no. 5. 
By C. Chamenade. [For piano.] 
(Music.) 

Golondrina (La) waltzes. (The swal- 
low. ) For 2 mandolins and guitar. 
Arranged by Dave Brandamour. 
(Music.) 

Listen to the mocking bird. Ar- 
ranged by Dave Brandamour for 
1st and 2d mandolin and guitar. 
(Music.) 



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Neely (F. Tennyson), New York : 

Baugk (M* E). Her fortune her j 

misfortune. (Books: 1.) 
De Leon (F. C). "An innocent 
cheat." (Books : 1.) 
New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, New York: 
Die gliicklicke frau. Yon Adolf 
Milbrandt. Chap. 7-9. (Books: 3.) | 
Newland (W.),U. S. : 

Le jet de perles, grande polka bril- 
lante. By W. Newland. (Music.) 
Kohlfing sons' music co., Milwaukee, Wis. : 
Gnte nacht. no. 40, op. 14. By Jacob 
Schmidt. (Deutsche maenner- 
choere.) (Music.) 
Herzenschaetzchen. no. 41, op. 15. 
By Jacob Schmidt. (Deutsche 
maennerchoere.) (Music.) 
Lombardisches stiindchen. no. 38, 
op. 20. ByE.Kappell. (Deutsche 
maennerchoere.) (Music.) 
Noelsch (Wm,), Philadelphia: 

Two favorite airs, with variations for 
piano, violin, and violoncello ad 
lib. no. 1 in G major. By Wm. 
Noelsch. (Music.) 

no. 2 in A major. By Wm. 

Noelsch. (Music.) 
Ocean steamship co., Savannah, Ga. : 

If you are going north inquire within. 
Jan. Feb. "(Books: 2.) 
Odell (H. F.) & co., Boston : 

Suppose. Words by Eugene Field. 
Music by H. F. Odell. (Music. ) 
Osgood! >y (W. W.), Rochester, N. Y. : 

Stenography. Lesson 11. Instruc- 
tion paper, lsted. [International 
correspondence schools.] (Books: 
2.) 
Palmer (I. E.), Middletowu, Conn. : 

Palmer (I.E.), manufacturer of cot- 
ton tissues, hammocks, crinoline 
linings, (etc.). (Books: 2.) 
Parker (CM.): 

Bivouac (The) of the dead. By Theo- 
dore O'Hara. (Books: 2.) 
Pattison (Everett W.), St. Louis, Mo. : 
Pattison's complete digest of Mis- 
souri reports, v. 1,1897. (Books: 1.) 
Pereida (Rafael M.), San Antonio, Tex. : 

Valse do Anita. (Music. ) 
Perry (E.M.), Maiden, Mass.: 

Christmas greeting. (Books: 2.) 
Madonnas. Introduction by Irene 
Weir. (Books: 1.) 
Popular music co., Brooklyn, N. Y. : 

See those bright eyes. Song and 
refrain. Words and music by Frank 
Milton. (Music.) 
Portius (Fr.), Leipzig, Germany : 

Ambriinnlein. ClavierstiickA-on Carl 

Giinschals. op. 247. (Music.) 
Am schonen Rhein. Salonstiick fur 
pianoforte. Hermann Wenzel. op. 
305. (Music.) 



Portius (Fr.), Leipzig. Germany: 

Aus den Hochalpen. Salonstiick. 
Yon Hermann Wenzel. op. 309. 
(Music.) 

Ausfrohemherzen. Salonstiick. Yon 
OttoFrohlich. op. 16. (Music.) 

Bliitheuduft. Salon-mazurka. Von 
Carl Giinschals. op. 279. (Music.) 

Elfen (Der) abendfeier. Tonstiick 
fiir pianoforte. Componirt von 
Hermann Wenzel. op. 307. (Music.) 

Fern vonderheimath. Clavierstiick. 
Yon Hermann Wenzel. op. 295. 
(Music.) 

Frohe (Der) wandersmann. Ton- 
stiick. Yon Hermann Wenzel. op. 
304. (Music.) 

Gruss aus Bern. Salonstiick. Yon 
Hermann Wenzel. op. 311. (Music.) 

Ich griisse dich. Salonstiick. Yon A. 
L. Egbers. op. 12. (Music.) 

Im heimathland. Tonstiick fiir piano- 
forte. Componirt von Carl Giin- 
schals. op. 246. (Music.) 

Heimkehrende schwalben. Salon- 
stiick fiir pianoforte. Yon Her- 
mann Wenzel. op. 300. (Music.) 

Imperlen-glanz. Salon-mazurka. Yon 
Carl Giinschals. op. 281. (Music.) 

Im schonen Mai. Salon-mazurka fiir 
piano. Yon Hermann Wenzel. op. 
293. (Music.) 

Im Tyrolerland. Salouliindler. Yon 
Hermann Wenzel. op. 303. (Music.) 

Liebchen's augen. Gavotte. Yon 
Otto Froblich. op. 17. (Music.) 

Ltebend umschlungen. Gavotte. 
Yon Hermann Wenzel. op. 299. 
(^Nlusic.) 

Mein holder engel. Melodie. Yon 
Hermann Wenzel. op. 298. (Mu- 
sic; 

Nur du. Tonstiick. Yon Carl Giin- 
schals. op. 245. (Music.) 

O, schoner, goldner jugendtraum. 
Salonstiick. Yon Hermann Wen- 
zel. op. 302. (Music.) 

Siisse ahnung. Salonstiick. Yon 
Hermann Wenzel. op. 310. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Trautes schiitzchen. Tonstiick. Fiir 
piano. Von Carl Giinschals. op. 
248. (Music.) 

Unter liebchen's fenster. Stiind- 
chen. Von Hermann Wenzel. op. 
308. (Music.) 

Veilchenstrauss. Salonstirck. Yon 
Carl Giinschals. op. 276. (Music.) 

Zaubertraum. Salonstiick. Fiir 
pianoforte. Componirt von Carl 
Giinschals. op. 278. (Music.) 

Zwei sternlan. Salonstiick. Fiir 
pianoforte. Von Hermann 'Wenzel. 
op. 306. (Music.) 



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Pott (James) & co., Now York: 

Five hundred stories and illustra- 
tions. Edited by Rev. Walker 
Gwynne. (Books: 1.) 
Hatcheson (J. T.). A view of the 
atonement. (Books: 1.) 
Practical house plan co., Toledo, Ohio: 
Practical and artistic houses. 
(Books: 2.) 
Preservaliue mfg. co.. New York : 

Preservaline, the great food saver. 
(Books: 2.) 
Price & Lee co., New* Haven, Conn. : 

Northampton and Easthampton di- 
rectory, 1898. (Books: 1.) 
Providence lithograph co., Providence, 
R.I.: 
Sufferings of Jesus foretold, no. 2. 
Apr. 10, 1898. (Lithographs.) 
Putnam's (G. P.) sons, New York : 

Hubbard (E.). George Washington. 
[Little journeys to the homes of 
American statesmen, v. 4, no. 1. 
Jan., 1898.] (Books: 1.) 
Story (A. T.). The building of the 
British empire. The story of Eng- 
land's growth from Elizaheth to 
Victoria. (Books: 1.) 
Railwav correspondence school, New 
York: 
Course for engineers. Lesson 10. 
Boiler feeding — cont'd. (Books : 2.) 
Course for firemen. Lesson 10. The 
chemistrv of combustion — con- 
cluded. ( Books: 2.) 
Rand, McNally & co., Chicago: 

Sprague ' (S. E.). Rand-McNally 
primer and first reader. (Books: 1.) 
Randolph (A. D. F.) co.. New York: 

Cleveland (L.). The scarlet-veined 
and other poems. (Books: 1. ) 
Rankin (J. E.)., Washington, D. C. : 

Chosen, my Lord, in Thee. Words 
by J. E. Rankin. Music by H. L. 
Amiss. (Music.) 
Dear Master, walk with me. Words 
by J. E. Rank in. Music by H. L. 
Amiss. (Music.) 
Reed (Myrtle), Chicago: 

Reed (M.) and Bisbee(E. S.). A social 
strategist. A novel. (Books: 2.) 
Regina music box co., Rah way, N. J. : 
Dora Dean and My best girl's a New 
Yorker. Songs, no. 1091. (Music- 
al chart.) 
Idol (The) of my heart Song. 
Stahl. no. 1558. (Musical chart.) 
King Carnival. March. Rosey. no. 

1561. (Musical chart.) 
Mi Teresita. Waltz. Teresa Car- 

reno. no. 2189. (Musical chart.) 
Rigoletto. Quartet. Verdi. no. 

1559 (Musical chart.) 
Stars (The) and stripes forever. 
March. Sousa. no. 2190. (Musical 
chart.) 



Regina music box co., Railway, N. .1. : 
Sylvester march. Reese, no. 2188. 

(Musical chart.) 
Varsoviana. Polish dance, no. 1560. 
(Musical chart.) 
Reiley (A. L.), Phillipsburg, N. J. : 

Bankers' maturity calendar. 1898. 
Connecticut edition. (Books: 2.) 

Jan., 1898. [New Y'ork ar,d New 

Jersey edition.] (Books: 2.) 

1898. Pennsylvania edition. 

(Books: 2.) 
Revell (Fleming H.) co., Chicago: 

Hillis (N. D.). God's loving provi- 
dence. (Books: 3.) 
Revell (Fleming H.) co., New York: 

Mosher (M. B.). Child culture in the 
home. (Books: 1.) 
Revius (L. F.), U. S. : 

Rembrandt valse brillante. Par L. 
F. Revius. (Music.) 
Richardson (Chas. O.), Pueblo, Colo. : 
American (The) Yukon gold fields. 
(Maps.) 
Rohlfing sons music co., Milwaukee, 
Wis. : 
Heini of Steier. (J. Victor V. Schef- 
fel.) Male chorus, violin solo and 
orchestra or pianoforte. By F. 
Brueschweiler. (Music.) 
Rohner (Frank G.), San Francisco, Gal. : 
Golden jubilee march and two step. 
By Frank G. Rowner. (Music.) 
Root (E.T.) & sons, Chicago: 

Blocker's band journal. (Music 

book.) 
Contra dance journal for ball-room 
orchestra. (Music book.) 
Rose & Hopkins, Denver, Colo. : 

Moffat (David H.). (Photographs.) 
Ryder music pnb. co., Chelsea, Mass. : 
"While husband's at the Klondike." 
•^ong. Words bv Inez P. Berry. 
Music by H. T. Bray. (Music. ) 
Sampson (Lewis D.). Valparaiso, Ind. : 
Chautauqua (The) extension plan of 
education. The course in journal- 
ism. (Books: 2.) 
Sampson. Murdoek & co., Boston: 

Fall River (The) directory, 1898. no. 

29; (Books: 1.) 
Woonsocket (The) directory, 1898. 
no. 16. (Books: 1.) 
Saunders (W. B.), Philadelphia: 

The American yearbook of medicine 
and surgery. Edited by George M. 
Gould. (Hooks: 1.) 
Schirmer' (G.), New Y^ork : 

Spring delight. Chorus for mixed 
voices. Music by Cesar Cui. 
(Music.) 
Two (The) roses. Chorus for mixed 
voices. Music by Cesar Cui. 
(Music.) 
Schmidt (Arthur P.), Boston : 

Adoro te devote. Mixed voices. By 
B. Hamma. no. 27. (Music.) 



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Schmidt (Arthur P.), Boston : 

Ave maris stella. Mixed voices. By 
B. Hamma. no. 25. (Music.) 

Ecce panis angelorum. Solo and 
chorus. By B. Hamma. no. 28. 
(Music.) 

salutaris hostia. Mixed voices. 
By B. Hammn. no. 26. (Music.) 

Solo and chorus. By B. Hamma. 

no. 30. (Music.) 

Virgo* virginum. Mixed voices. By 
B. Hamma. no. 29. (Music.) 
Schuberth (Edward) & co.,New York: 

Idol's (The) eye. Comic opera in 
3 acts. Libretto by Harry B. 
Smith. Music by Victor Herbert. 
The idol's eye lancers. (Music.) 

Intermezzo. For piano. . By Otto 
Hackh. (Music.) 

Jesu, the very thought of thee. 
Sacred song. By W. O. Wilkinson. 
(Music.) 

Nickoll (H.W.). Salve regina (Father, 
most holy). Sacred melody found- 
ed on Job. Seb. Bach's prelude no. 
3, v. 2. (The well-tempered clav- 
ichord.) Edition for high voice 
with piano only. (C.) (Music.) 

Edition for high voice. (C orig- 
inal key, violin and cello.) Obli- 
gato, organ and piano. (Music.) 

Edition for low voice and piano 

only. (F.) (Music.) 

Edition for medium voice and 

piano only. (Aflat.) (Music.) 
Scull (J. J.), Lebanon, Pa, : 

Lebanon (The) cycle club. Two-step 
march. Composed by J. J. Scull. 
(Music.) 
Scull (W. E.), Philadelphia : 

Birdsall (W. W.) and Jones (Rufus 
M.)'. The literature of America and 
our favorite authors. (Books: 1.) 

Cooper (J. F.). Historical stories of 
American pioneer life. (Hooks: 1.) 

Famous authors, and the best litera- 
ture of England and America. 
(Books: 1.) 

Library of the best American litera- 
ture.' (Books: 1.) 

Shepp's literary world, containing 
the lives of our noted American 
and favorite English authors [etc.]. 
(Books: 1.) 

True stories of great Americans. 
(Books: 1.) 
Sharpe (Harry Sherman), Seattle, Wash. : 

Haidee, sweet Haidee, who lives by 
the sea, Words and music by 
Harry Sherman Sharpe. (Music.) 
Shaw (Clarence H.), Phoenix, Ariz. : 

A belligerent Pima. (Photographs.) 
Shepard (Frank), Chicago: 

Shepard'snational system ol'adhesive 
annotations. Supplement to v. 
165-167. (Books: 2.) 



Shott (W. C), New- Philadelphia, Ohio: 
Attendance card (Emanuel's Luth- 
eran Sunday school). [Xew Phila- 
delphia. Ohio.] (Books: 2.) 
Simper (Caleb), Great Britain: 

Thanks be to God. Easter anthem. 
Composed by Caleb Simper. 
[Mixed voices.] (Music.) 
Skerrett (R. G.), Washington, D. C. : 

How battle ships are launched. 
(Books: 3.) 
Skinner (Joseph W.), La Crosse, Wis. : 
Skinner's private formulary. (Books : 
2.) 
Smith (Don F.), Corrv, Pa. : 

Picture (A). By Don F. Smith. 
(Music.) 
Smith & White, Cleveland, Ohio: 

Smith (L. B.). Alaska and Klondike 
gold iields. A gold seeker's manual. 
(Books: 2.) 
Smylie (Adolphe E.), Xew York: 

Crescent athletic club march. Com- 
posed by Adolphe E. Smylie. 
(Music.) 
Social register ass'n, New York: 

Addenda no. 1. Philadelphia, Jan. 6, 
1898. (Books: 2.) 

no. 2. New York, Dec. 27, 1897. 

(Books: 2.) 
Super (H.M.), Chicago: 

Catalogue of Soper school of oratory. 
(Books: 1.) 
Sperry & Hutchinson. Xew York: 

11 Trading stamp book." issued by the 
international trading stamp comp- 
any of Memphis. Tenn. (Books: 2.) 

New Orleans. La. (Books: 2.) 

Springfield music co.. Springfield, Mass.] 
" Melon song." Words by Nixon 
Waterman. Music by Wells R. 
Hosmer. (Music.) 
Stearns (D.M.), U.S.: 

The Sunday school. Lesson 12, sec- 
ond quarter. International series. 
June 19. (Books: 3.) 

Lesson 13, second quarter. In- 
ternational series. June 26. 
(Hooks: 3.) 

Lesson 1, third quarter. Inter- 
national series. July 3. (Books: 
3.) 

Lesson 2, third quarter. Inter- 
national series. July 10. (Books: 
3.) 

Lesson 3, third quarter. Inter- 
national series. July 17. (Hooks: 
3.) 

Lesson 4, third quarter. Inter- 
national series. July 24. (Books: 
3.) 

Stewart (William P.). New York: 

Adapted illustrations for contingent 
additions. 1898. (Instructors' 
series. Bookl.) (Books: 2.) 



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Stiriler (F. M.), Loa Augelea, Cal. : 

Paloma Schramm, Loa Angeles, Cal. 

Jan. 14, 1898. (Photographs.) 
Paloma Schramm and sister, Los 
Angeles, Cal. Jan. 14, 1898. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Paloma Schramm and teacher, Los 
Angeles, Cal. Jan. 14, 1898. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Straight (Edward), U. S. : 

Paddy O'Toole. Irish comic song. 
By Xed straight. (Music.) 
Strattou (G. W.) & co., Boston : 

Genevieve. An operetta. By G. W. 
Strattou. (Music.) 
Strohridge Litho. co., Cincinnati, Ohio: 
Amber soap. C. no. 1852. (Litho- 
graphs.) 
Virginia (A) courtship. [N. Y. no. 
7957.] One-half sheet. (Litho- 
graphs.) 
Snmmy (Clayton F.) co.. Chicago: 

Primary tone pictures. For piauo. 
By Mrs. Crosby Adams. (Music.) 
Supreme council : 

Proceedinga of the supreme council 
of sovereign grand inspectors gen- 
eral of the 33d degree ancient ac- 
cepted Scottish rite. (Books: 1.) 
Swan (John McAllar), New York: 

"American (The) puma." (Engrav- 
ings.) 
Taber-Prang art co., New Bedford, Mass. : 
Early morning. (Photographs.) 
Eaatertime. (Photographs.) 
Farm life in New England. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Going to market. (Photographs.) 
Good morning. (Photographs.) 
Good night. (Photographs.) 
In disgrace. (Photographs.) 
In summer time. (Photographs.) 
Little (The) housekeeper. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Mountain (The) stream. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Nearer, my God, to thee. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Penny (A), please. (Photographs.) 
Ready for play. (Photographs.) 
Simply to thy cross I cling. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Springtime. (Photographs.) 
Summer (A) day. (Photographs.) 
Thank you. (Photographs.) 
Tkrash-Lick printing co., Fort Smith, 
Ark. : 

Photographic views of the great cy- 
clone at Fort Smith, Tuesday night, 
Jan. 11,1898. (Books: 2.)" 
Ticknor (Anna) library ass'n, Boston : 

Sanitary science. [Anna Ticknor 
library ass'n.] (Books: 2.) 
Tooth (Arthur) & sons, New York: 

"Mademoiselle de Rumighy." After 
J. B. J. Augustine. (Engravings.) 



Tucker (Henry), heirs of, U. S. : 

Come again, sweet love. Song. By 
Henry Tucker. (Music.) 
Turner (Will C), New York: 

Thirty-two (The) presidents of the 
United States. (Books: 2.) 
Ullman manufacturing co., New York: 
" Charmed." (Photographs.) 
" Cornered." (Photographs.) 
"Dancing (The) lesson." (Photo- 
graphs.) 
"Devotion." (Photographs.) 
Easter greeting. (Photographs.) 
"Easter lillies." (Photographs.) 
"First (The) thanksgiving." (Pho- 
tographs.) 
"Fortune in the tea cup." (Photo- 
graphs.) 
"Friend or foe." (Photographs.) 
" Glory to God in the highest." (Pho- 
tographs.) 
"Helping (The) hand." (Photo- 
graphs.) 

"Letter (A) to papa." (Photographs.) 
"Letter (A) to Santa Clans." (Photo- 
graphs. ) 
"Love divine." (Photographs.) 
"Marriage (The) of Prise ilia." 

(Photographs.) 
"Memories." (Photographs.) 
"Musical moments." (Photographs.) 
Parting (The). (Photographs.) 
"Priscilla." (Photographs.) 
" Priscilla and John Alden." (Photo- 
graphs.) 
"Puritan maid." (Photographs.) 
"Sand (The) man's come." (Photo- 
graphs.) 
"Story of thelillies." (Photographs.) 
" Sunday morning." (Photographs.) 
"We praise thee, oh Lord." "(Photo- 
graphs.) 
" 'Welcome home." (Photographs.) 
United society of christian endeavor, Bos- 
ton: 

Christian endeavor prayer-meeting 
topics. (Books: 3.) 
University pub. co. , New York : 

Scott (W.). Tales of a grandfather. 
(Standard literature series.) (no. 
28.) (Books: 1.) 
Updike (D. B.), Boston: 

Rotherham (A.). The new quest. 
(Books: 1.) 
Yan Ness (Joseph), Boston : 

Hath eld (C.B.). Designing and 
cutting patterns. Chap. 5. Round- 
ing off corners — concluded. Jan. 
18,1898. (Books: 2.) 
Yon Stiel (B.),U. S. : 

Pleasant wishes valse. Bv B. von 
Stiel. (Music.) 
Walker (John Brisben). 

Lewis (E.). The last of the Yalois. 
(Books: 2.) 



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Warner & Atkins music co., Northamp- 
ton, Mass. : 

Reuben. Two-step. By F. D. R. 
Warner, F. T. Atkins. (Music.) 
Warren (George William), U. S. : 

Dance of tlie snowiiakes. Caprice. 
By George William Warren. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Webb publishing co., St. Paul, Minn. : 

Corker (The), a famous Indian game 
cock. By Sewell. (Engravings.) 
Weekes & co., London, England: 

All that thou art to me. Song. By 
Weston Fayre. (Music. ) 

Aubade. For the pianoforte. By 
Mary Travers (Mrs. Carey Druce). 
(Music.) 

In the evening of life. Song. no. 1. 
In E flat. By Weston Fayre. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Wehrmann (H.), New Orleans, La. : 

Elite mandolin collection. Composed 
and arranged by Hy. Wehrmann. 
With piano accompaniment. (Mu- 
sic book.) 

Press club march. Composed by Hy. 
Wehrmann. (Music.) 
Weinberger (Josef), Leipzig, Germany : 

Quartet. Fiir zwei violinen, viola, 
und violoncell. Von Hermann 
Griidener. op. 33. Clavierauszng 
4 MS. (Music.) 

Struwwelpeter galop. Ballet-panto- 
mime in vier ubthciluugen. Von 
Victor Leon. Musik von Richard 
Heuberger. [Forpiano.] (Music.) 
Western (The) atlas co., Keokuk, Iowa: 

Atlas of Lewis co., Mo., 1897. 
(Books: 2.) 
White-Smith music pub. co. 

Rose's (The) farewell. 
forte. By C. W. 
(Music.) 
Thistle down dance. Polka 
forte. By C. W. 
(Music.) 
Whitman (J. M.), New York: 

Homoeopathic treatment applied to 
diseases of the head and throat. 
(Books: 2.) 

Homoeopathic treatment for deaf- 
ness. (Books: 2.) 

Homoeopathic treatment for the dis- 
ease of the nerves. (Books: 2.) 

Homoeopathic treatment for the dis- 
eases of the stomach. (Books: 2.) 

Homoeopathy applied to the cure of 
diseases of the kidney. (Books: 2.) 

Honneopatky in the ' treatment of 
bronchial diseases. (Books: 2.) 

Hemceopathy in the treatment of the 
diseases of the liver. (Books: 2.) 
Whitman & Barnes mfg. co., Akron, 
Ohio: 

" Saturn and earth." Design. 
(Photos.) 



Boston: 

For piano- 
Krogmanu. 

for piano- 
Krogmann. 



Wickins & co., London, England: 

Air de danse. For violin, with piano 
accompaniment. By H. Tolhurst. 
(Music.) 

March in G, for the violin, with piano 
accompaniment. By H. Tolhurst. 
(Music.) 

Reve du Cceur. For violin, vrith 
piano accompaniment. By H. Tol- 
hurst. (Music.) 
Williams (Arthur F.), Bradford, Pa, : 

My heart is with the dead. (Orches- 
tration.) (Music.) 

Williams (Jessie), U. S. : 

Beautiful evening star. Duet for 
soprano and alto. By Jessie Will- 
iams. (Music.) 
Williams (Joseph), London, England : 
Benedicite. By H.Hudson. (Music.) 
Tempests in tea-cups. By C. L. Pir- 
kis and Adrian Ross. (Dramatic 
composition.) 
Williams & Meyers, Bradford, Pa. : 

Don't forget your Maggie. (Orches- 
tration.) (Music.) 
I'll surprise the old folks. (Orches- 
tration.) (Music) 

Wilson (Joseph Na.), New Orleans, La. : 
Southern (The) march. Composed 
by Joseph Na, Wilson. (Music.) 

Winding (Knud Falk) Cleveland, Ohio : 
Due-date calendar, for the year 1898. 

(Books: 2.) 
Winter $ Poud, Juneau, Alaska: 

Indian totems and graves, Howkan, 

Alaska, no. 382. (Photographs.] 

no. 384. (Photographs.) 

Klin-Quan, Indian village, Alaska, 

no. 381. (Photographs.) 
Totem poles, Howkan, Alaska, no. 

383. (Photographs.) 

Witmark (M.) & sons, New York: 

Dolly Dooley. Song and chorus. 
Words and music by Joe Flynn. 
(Music.) 
Wave thought waltzes. By J. A. Sil- 
berbcrg and Nat. D. Mann. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Wood (B. F.) music co., Boston: 

Durch die haide. (through the 
heath.) Marsch rondo. Vortragal 
stiicke fiir pianoforte, conrponiri 
und init lingersatz versehen von 
Carl Heins. "op. 231. no. 1. Das- 
selbevierhiindig. (Piano, I hands.) 
(Music.) 

[Piano solo.] (Music.) 

Immer ridel. (Ever pleasing.) Vor- 
tra.usstiicke fiir pianoforte, com- 
ponirt und mit fingersatz versehen 
von Carl Heins. op. 234. no. 2. 
Dasselbe vierkandig. [Piano, 4 
hands.] (Music.) 
[Piano solo.]. (Music.) 



227 



INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Coxtixukd. 



Wood (B. F.) music co., Boston: 

Mem sonnenstrahl. Lied fiir ein 
singstimme uiit piano legleitung. 
Text von T. Schulz. Componirt 
von Wilh. Alletter. (Music.) 
Woodward (Willis) & co., New York: 
I don't want to talk any more. Song 
and chorus. Words and music by 
Thomas E. French. (Music.) 
Youug (Edna G.), Titusville, Pa. : 

I'll tell you why I chose her. By E. 
G. Young. (Music.) 
Zeno Mauvais music co., San Francisco, 
Cal. : 
What shall I say to thee? Song. By 
David Nestield. (Music.) 



Zimmermann (Jul. Heinr.), Leipzig, Ger- 
many : 

" Das krokodil." By Oscar Walther. 

(Dramatic composition.) 
Kllinge aua dem orient. op 78. 

Walzer von Otto von AYalden. 

Ausgabe fiir orchester. (Music.) 
Krokodil uiarsch. Aus der operette 

" Das krokodil." Yon Adolph Per- 
ron. (Music.) 
Minna polka. Aus der operette 

" Das krokodil." Yon Adolph Fer- 

ron. (Music.) 
Quadrille nach motiven der operette 

" Das krokodil." Yod Adolph Fer- 

ron. (Music.) 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 

Office of the Register of Copyrights, 
Washington, D. C. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES. 



Vol. 14, no. 4. 
Whole no, 343— January 24-29, 1898. 



CONTENTS. 



I. Books: Page. 

(1) Books proper 231 

(2) Miscellaneous 240 

(3) Xewspaper and Magazine articles. 247 
II. Dramatic Compositions 250 

III. Periodicals 250 

IT. Musical Compositions and Collec- 
tions of Music 260 

V. Maps and Charts 279 

VI. Engravings, Cuts, and Prints 280 



Page. 

VII. Chromos and Lithographs 282 

Yin. Photographs 283 

IX. Pine Arts (a list of the photographs 
deposited -with applications for copy- 
right of paintings, drawings, stat- 
uary, and models or designs intended 
to he perfected as works of the fine 

arts) 287 

XI. Index of Copyright Proprietors... 288 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, 

1898. 



{EXPLANATION.— The author and title are arranged alphabetically under ten rubrics, as 
shown in the table of contents, and are followed by one index of proprietors.] 

I. BOOKS.-(l) BOOKS PROPER. 

(Arranged alphabetically by authors. Collections of music will be found, under "IV. Musical 
Compositions." For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Authors. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Abbott ( John S. C). The history of Hortense, daugh- 
ter of Josephine, Queen of Holland, mother of Napo- 
leon III. 16°. New York, Harper & bros., [n. d.] 
(1898, no. 7464. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 1 

Adams (Mary M.). The choir visible. 12°. Chicago, 
Way & Williams, 1897. (45836. Rec'd Jan. 24, 
1898.) 2 

Allen (Grace Barton). Water color painting. A book 
of elementary instruction for beginners and ama- 
teurs. 12°. 'Boston, Lee & Shepard, 1898. (1898, 
no. 4883. Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898. ) 3 

Alypius von Cagaste. Dem Englischen nacherzahlt 
von Anna Steen. 16°. St. Louis, Mo., Eden pub. co., 
1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 4 

Amber. Amber glints. 12°. Chicago, Rand, McNally 
& co., 1897. (1898, no. 7168. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 5 

Analysis of policy conditions of American and Cana- 
dian life insurance companies. Compiled from offi- 
cial returns. 12°. New York, Spectator co., 1898. 
(1898, no. 7691. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 6 

Armstrong (Eliza). The teacup club. 12°. Chicago, 
Way & Williams, 1897. (45834. Rec'd Jan. 24, 
1898.) . ' 7 

Attorneys' and agencies' ass'n legal directory, v. 8. 
Jan., 1898. 8°. New York, Attorneys 1 and agencies' 
ass'n, [n. d.] (1898, no. 7857. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) S 

Ayer (N. W.) & son's American newspaper annual, 1898. 
8°. Philadelphia, N. W. Aver & son, 1898. (1898, 
no. 4032. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 9 

Baird (S. W.). Graded work in arithmetic. 1st year, 
nos. from 1 to 20. 12°. New York, American book 
co., [n. d.] (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 10 

2d year. nos. to 100. 12°. New York, American 

book co., [n.d.] (Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) Hi 

Barrett (Elmer E.). Illustrative cases on the law of j 
real property. 4°. St. Paul, Minn, West pub. co., ' 
1898. (1898,iio.7559. Rec'd .Jan. 27, 1898.) 12 

Batts's annotated revised civil statutes of Texas, 1895. 
Notes by R. L. Batts. v. 1. 8°. Austin, Tex., Eu- | 
gene von Boeckmann pub. co., 1897. (60550. Rec'd I 
Jan. 24, 1898.) 13 | 

Baum (L. Frank). Mother Goose in prose. 4°. Chi- ! 
cago, Way & Williams, [n. d.] (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) j 

14 



Laura A. Buck, New York. 



I Way & Williams, Chicago. 



Lee & Shepard, Boston. 



A. G. Toennies, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

W. W. Denslow, 

United States. 

Spectator co., New York. 



Way & Williams, Chicago. 



Attorneys' and agencies' 
ass'n, New York. 



N. W. Ayer & son, 

Philadelphia. 



American book co., 

New York. 



Do. 

West pub. co., 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Eugene von Boeckmann and 
R. L. Batts, Austin, Tex. 

Way & Williams, Chicago. 
231 



232 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Benhain (George A.). See Colebrooke (William), j 
treatise on the law of collateral securities. 

Birkmire (William H.). The planning and construe- William H. Birkmire, 
tion of high office buildings. 8°. New York, John New York. 

Wiley & sons, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 15 j 



Black (Henry Campbell). A treatise on the laws and 
practice governing the removal of causes from state 
courts to federal courts. 8°. St. Paul, Minn., West 
pub. co v 1898. (1898, no. 3852. Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 

16 

JSodley (John Edward Courtenay). France, x. 1. 
12°. New York, Macmillan co.. 1898. (1898, no. 
£483. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 17 

v. 2. 12°. New York. Macmillan co., 1898. (1898, 

no. 8484. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 18 

Book of ratings of the American shoe and leather trade 
association. Jan., 1898. 36th issue. 8°. Philadel- 
phia, H. Van Court & co., [n.d.] (1898, no. 7684. 
Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 19 

Boston (The) register and business directory, no. 63. 
For 1898. 12 c . Boston, Sampson, Murdoch & co,., 
[n.d.] (1898, no. 6577. Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 20 

Bowles (Spirit Samuel). Golden gleams from the 
heavenly light. Mrs. Carolina E. S. Twing, medium. 
12°. Springfield, Mass., Star pub. co., [n.d.] (1898, 
no. 8166. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 21 

Brooke (Emma). The confession of Stephen Whap- 
share. 12°. New York, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1898. 

22 



(1898, no. 3142. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 

Bullinger (Edwin W., compiler). The 
agency. Special edition from Boston. 
8°. New York, Edwin W. Bui linger, [n 
no. 5285. Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898. ) 



mercantile 

Jan., 1898. 

d.] (1898, 

23 

- Buffalo. Jan., 189s. 8 . New York, Edwin W. 
Bullinger, [n. d.] (1898, no. 5808. Rec'd Jan. 31, 

1898.) 24 

— Chicago. Jan., 1898. 8 . New York, Edwin W. 
Bullinger, [n. d.] (1898, no. 5603. Rec'd Jan. 27. 
1898.) 25 



New York, Edwin W. 

5602. Rec'd Jan. 29, 

26 



Cincinnati. Jan., 1898. 8 C 

Bullinger, [n. d.] (1898, no 
1898.) 

Philadelphia, Jan., 1898. 8°. New York, Edwin 

W. Bullinger, [n. d.] (1898, no. 5284. Rec'd Jan. 26, 

1898.) . 27 

St. Louis. Jan., 1898. 8°. New York, Edwin W. 

Bullinger, [n. d.] (1898, no. 5809. Rec'd Jan. 28, 

1898.) 28 

Bums (Eliza B.). W T ehman's book on phonic short- 
hand. 12°. New York, Henry J. Wehman, fn. d.] 
(Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 29 

Burns (Robert). Selections from the poems of Robert 
Burns. Edited by W. H. Venable. 12°. New York, 
American bookco., 1898. [Eclectic English classics.] 
(T898, no. 3209. Rec'd. Jan. 26, 1898.) 30 



West pub. co., 

St. Paul, Minn. 



Macmillan co., New York. 



Do. 

H. Van Court & co., 

Philadelphia. 



Sampson, Murdoch & co., 
Boston. 



Springfield, Mass 



G. P. Putnam's sons, 

New York, 



Edwin W. Bullinger, 

New York. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Henry J. Wehman, 

New York 



American book co., 

New York. 



233 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Byron (Lord). Selections from the poems of Lord 
Byron. Edited by W. H. Venable. 12°. New York, 

American book co., 1898. [Eclectic English classics.] 
(1898, no. 3207. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 31 

C am b rid >ie directory, 1898. no. 17. 8 C . Boston, W. 
A. Greenough & co., [n. d.] (1898, no. 2262. Rec'd 
Jan. 29, 1898.) 32 

Chopin (Kate). Anight in Acadia. 12 c . Chicago, 
Way & Williams, 1897. (48537. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898. ) 

33 

Clarke (M.). Story of .Eneas. 12 c . New York, 
American hook co., [n. d.] [Eclectic school read- 
ings.] (1898, no. 3210. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 31 

Clear Creek county, Colorado, mining and business 
directory, 1898. 8 C . Denver, Colo., Redman & 
Hart, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 35 

Clearv (KateM.). Like a gallant lady. 12°. Chicago, 
Wav & Williams, 1897. (15833. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 

36 

Clover (Samuel T.). Paul Travers's adventures. Being 
a faithful narrative of a boy's journey around the 
world; showing his mishaps, privations, and oftimes 
thrilling experiences, and how he won his reporter's 
Btar. 12°. Chicago, Way & Williams, 1897. (45838. 
Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 37 

Colebrooke (William). A treatise of the law of col- 
lateral securities as applied to negotiable, quasi- 
negotiable, and non-negotiable choses in action. 2d 
ed. By George A. Benham. 8°. Chicago, Callaghan 
& co., 1898. (1898, no. 211. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 38 

Coleman (S. E.). An algebraic arithmetic. Being an 
exposition of the theory and practice of advanced 
arithmetic, based on the algebraic equation. 12°. 
Xew York, Macmillan co. : London, Macmillan & co., 
ltd., 1898. (1898, no. 7853. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 39 

Crowninshield (Mrs. Schuyler). Where the trade- 
wind blows. West Indian tales. 12 G . Xew York, 
Macmillan co. : London, Macmillan & co., ltd., 1898. 
(1898, no. 7855. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 40 

Davenport (Homer C). Cartoons. With an intro- 
duction by Hon. John J. In galls, f c . Xew York, 
DeWitt pub. house, 1898. (1898, no. 8011. Rec'd 
Jan. 27, 1898.) 11 

DeLaunav (Pauline). Pen pictures and other glean- 
ings. 12°. Columbus, Ga. Thos. Gilbert, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 12 



Dorr (Joseph W.j. Babylon, 
in rhyme. 12°. Tacoma. 
1897. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 



A historical romance 

Commercial ptg. co., 

43 



Doyle (A. Conan). A desert drama, being the tragedy 
of the Korosko. 12 c . Philadelphia, J. B. Lippin- 
cott co., 1898. (1898, no. 8016. Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 

41 

Duffy (Terrence). The language of light, or the mir- 
ror of truth. 8 G . [n. i.] (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 45 



American book co., 

Xew York 



W. A. Greenough & co., 

Boston. 



Way &, Williams, Chicago. 



American book co., 

Xew York-, 



Elias C. Redman, 

Denver, Colo. 

Way & Williams, Chicago. 



Do. 



Callaghan & co., Chicago. 



Macmillan co., Xew York. 



Do. 



Homer C. Davenport, 

Xew York. 



Pauline DeLaunay, 

Columbus, Ga. 



Joseph W. Dorr, U. S. 



J. B. Lippiucott co., 

Philadelphia. 



Terrence Duffy," 

San Erancisco, Cal. 



234 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Early (Martin H., compiler). A history and directory [ Martin H. Early, 

of Palmyra, Also of Campbelltown, Bindnagles Palmyra, Pa. 

and Gravel hill churches. 12°. [n. i.] (1898, no. '■ 
2870. Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 46 



Eddv (Richard, editor). Unirersalist (The) register 
for 1898. no. 63. 12°. Boston, Universalist pub. 
house, 1898. (1898, no. 6983. Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 

47 

Elements (The) of bridge engineering, v. 1. Arith- 
metic, algebra, etc., 1st ed. 8°. Scranton, Colliery 
engineer co., 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 48 

v. 2. Strength of materials, etc. 1st. ed. 8 C . 

Scranton, Colliery engineer co., 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 
28,1898.) 49 

v. 3. Mechanical drawing. 1st ed. Obi. f°. 

Scranton, Colliery engineer co., 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 
28,1898.) 50 

v. 4. Tables and formulas. 1st ed. 8°. Scran- 
ton, Colliery engineer co., 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 
1898.) 51 



it ed. 8°. Scran- 

(Rec'd Jan. 28, 

52 



v.5. Answers to questions. 1: 

ton, Colliery engineer co., 1897. 

1898.) 

Field (Henrietta Dexter) and (Roswell Martin). The 
muses up to date. 12°. Chicago, Way & Williams, 
1897. (45835. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 53 

Field (Roswell Martin). See Field (Henrietta Dexter) 
and Field (Roswell Martin), 1897. 

Fontaine (C, editor). Douze contes nouveaux. 12°. 
New York, American book co., [n. d.l (Rec'd Jan. 
26,1898.) 54 

"Georgian (The) period." Being measured drawings of 
Colonial work. By Frank E. Wallis, David A. Gregg, 
and others. f°. Boston, American architect and 
building news co., 1898. (1898, no. 8062. Rec'd Jan. 
29,1898.) 55 

Gould (Edward K.). Digest of decisions and opinions 
of the commander in chief and judge advocate gen- 
eral of the Sons of Veterans, United States of 
America. 8°. Rockland, Me., Press of the courier 
gazette, 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 56 

Hall (Bolton). Even as you and I. 16 c . New York, 
F. Tennyson Neely, [n. d.] (59575. Rec'd .Jan. 24, 
1898.) 57 

Hall (Marshall P.). The art of accounts. An elemen- 
tary treatise on bookkeeping and the nature and use 
of money, obi. 8°. Boston, Silver, Burdett <fc co., 
[n. d.] [Bookkeeping for grammar and high-school 
grades.] (1898, no. 7475. Rec'd .Jan. 24, 1898.) 58 

Haywood (Hope). Ideals of immanent love. Lyrics 
and poems. 16^. Los Angeles, Commercial ptg. 
house, 1897. (63900. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 59 

Henderson (G. F.). Stonewall Jackson. At West 
Point, in Mexico, the soldier and the man. 8°. 
New York, Longmans, Green & co., 18;)8. (Rec'd 
Jan. 29, 1898.) 60 



Universalist pub. house, 

Boston. 



Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 

Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Way & Williams, Chicago. 



American book co., 

New York. 

American architect and 
building news co., 

Boston. 



Edward K. Gould, 

Rockland, Me. 



F. Tennyson Neely, 

New York. 



Silver, Burdett & co., 

Boston. 



Mary M. B. Yates, 

Elsinore. Cal. 



Longmans, Green &, co., 

New York. 



235 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Heron- Allen (Edward, translator). See Khayyam 
(Omar). The Rubaiya't. 

Holden (Martha Evarts). See Amber. Amber glints. 

Houghton county directory, v. 2, 1898. 8°. Detroit, 
Mich., R, L. Pblk & co., [n. d.] (72972. Rec'd Jan. 
29, 1898.) 61 

Hutchins (Charles L.). The church psalter. The 
organ registration. By A. H. Mann. f°. Boston, 
Parish choir, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 62 

Illinois. A table of cases and citations in the Illinois 
supreme and appellate court reports. Embracing 
Breese, 1 v. ; Scammon, 4 v. ; Oilman, 5 v. ; Illinois, 
v. 11 to 167; appellate, v. 1 to 70, and sucn cases as 
have been appealed to the supreme court of the 
United States to 168. Compiled by Ralph Waldo 
Bowman. 8°. Chicago, E. B. Myers & co., 1898. 
(1898, no. 4183. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 63 

Ingalls (John J.). Introduction. See Davenport 
(Homer C). Cartoons. 

Ingraham (J. H.). The prince of the house of David; 
or, three years in the holy city. 16°. Philadel- 
phia, Henry Altemus, [n. d.] (68092. Rec'd Jan. 26, 
1898.) 64 

Jackson (Joseph R.). Where is he; or, the vision of 
Joseph. 12°. Washington, D. C, Society of silent ' 
worship, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 65 

Jahn (Carl G.). Ohio nisi prius and general term re- 
ports. Decisions of the courts of common pleas and j 
probate courts of Ohio, also of the superior court of 
Cincinnati at general and special terms, v. 4. 1897. 
8°. Columbus, Ohio, Weekly law bulletin print, 
[n. d.] (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) * 66 

James (Francis Bacon). A collection of Ohio and fed- 
eral cases of the interpretation and construction of 
statutes. 8°. Cincinnati, W. H. Anderson & co., 

1897. (47226. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) - 67 

Joynes (Edward S., editor). See Zschokke (Hein- 
rich), Der zerbrochene krug. 

Judah (Mary Jameson). Down our way. Stories of 
southern and western character. 12°. Chicago, Way 
& Williams, [n. d.] (45831. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 68 

Kansas. Reports of cases argued and determined in 
the courts of appeals of the state of Kansas, Dec. 3, 
1896- June 18, 1897. v. 5. G. C. Clemens, reporter. 
8 C . Topeka, Ivans., J. S. Parks, 1898. (1898, no. 6072. 
Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 69 

Kellerman (W. A.). A text-book of elementary bot- 
any, including a spring flora. 12°. Philadelphia, 
Eldredge & bro.,1898. (1898, no. 4029. Rec'd Jan. 
,28,1898.) 70 

Khayyam (Omar). The Rubtfiyat. Being a facsimile 
of the MS. in the Bodleian library at Oxford. Trans - 
lated by Edward Heron- Allen.' 4°. London and 
Boston, H. S. Nichols, limited, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 
1898.) 71 

Kluh (J. M.). The manifestation of ages. According 
to Biblical records, etc. 4°. Chicago; J. M. Kluh, 

1898. (1898, no. 8040. Rec'd Jan. "27, 1898.) 72 



R. L.Polk& co., 

Detroit, Mich. 

Charles L. Hutchins, 

Concord, Mass. 



Ralph Waldo Bowman, 

Chicago. 



Henry Altemus, 

Philadelphia. 



Joseph R. Jackson, 

WashingtonD. C . 

Carl G. Jahn, 

Columbus, Ohio. 



Francis Bacon James, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Way & Williams, Chicago. 



G. C. Clemens for state of 
Kansas, Topeka, Kans. 



Eldredge & bro., 

Philadelphia. 



H. S. Nichols, 

London and Boston. 



J. M. Kluh, Chicago. 



236 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 






Authors. 



Kneipp (Monsignore Sebastian). Baby's Kneipp cure; 
or, the care of children in health and disease. Pop- 
ular American edition. 12°. New York, Kneipp pub. 
co,, [n.d.] (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 73 

Lasance (Francis Xavier ) . Visits to Jesus in the taber- 
nacle. 24°. New York, Benziger bros., 1898. (1898, 
no. 8168. - Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898. ) 74 

Liliuokalani (Hawaii's Queen). Hawaii's story. 8°. 
Boston, Lee & Shepard, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 
1898.) 75 

Lummis (Charles F.). The enchanted burro. Stories 
of New Mexico and South Africa. 12°. Chicago, 
Way & Williams, 1897. (45832. Rec'd Jan. 24, 
1898.) 76 

MeClintock (John) and Strong (James). Cyclopedia 
of biblical, theological, and ecclesiastical literature, 
v. 3— E. F. G. 8°. New York, Harper & bros., 
[n.d.] (1898, no. 6962. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 77 

McGill (Mary Tucker). Stories from Virginia history 
for the young. 12°. Lynchburg, J. P. Bell co., 
[n.d.] (67146. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 78 

Memphis directory for 1898. 8°. Memphis, Tenn., 
De Garis ptg. co., 1898. (1898, no. 8573. Rec'd Jan. 
29,1898.) 79 

Meredith (George). The shaving of Shagpat. An 
Arabian entertainment. Rev.ed. 12-. New York, 
Charles Scribner's sons, 1898. ( 1898, no .7146. Rec'd 
Jan. 24, 1898.) 80 

The tragic comediaDS. A study in a well-known 

story. Rev. ed. 12°. New York, Charles Scribner's 
sons, 1898. (1898, no. 7147. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 81 

Miller (Rennetts C, compiler and editor). Souvenir 
history of the New England southern conference. In 
3 v. v. 1 — New Bedford district. 8°. Xantasket. 
Mass., Rev. Rennetts C. Miller, 1897. (22833. Rec'd 
Jan. 29, 1898.) 82 

Missouri. Reports of cases determined in the supreme 
court of the state of Missouri, v. 138. By Perry S. 
Rader, reporter. 8 C . Columbia, Mo., E. W. Ste- 
phens, 1897. (1898, no. 6719. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 83 

Moore (Theophilus W.). The book of Revelation. 
Study and translation of the symbols. 12°. New 
York, Fleming H. Revell co., [n.'d.l (69041. Rec'd 
Jan. 26, 1898. ) 84 

Nelson (S. A., editor). See Spaulding's official bicycle 
guide for 1898. 

New York. Reports of cases in the appellate division 
of the supreme court of the state of New York. v. 
21, 1897. Marcus T. Hun, reporter. 8°. Now York, 
Banks & bros., [n. d.] (Rec'd Jan. 25. 189?.) 85 

Newman (John P.). Introduction. See Roche (John 
A.). Life of Mrs. Sarah A. Lankford Palmer. 

Ober (Frederick A.). Crusoe's island, a bird-hunter's 
story. 12 c . New York, I). Appleton & co., 1898. 
[Appleton's home reading books.] (1898, no. 7858. 
Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 86 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Kneipp pub. co., New York. 



Benziger bros., New York. 



Lee & Shepard, Boston. 



Way & Williams, Chicago. 



Marcia A. Strong:, 



New York. 



J. P. Bell co., 

Lynchburg, Va. 

De Garis ptg. co., 

Memphis, Tenn. 

George Meredith, 

Great Britain. 



Do. 



Ronnetts C. Miller, 

Nantasket, Mass. 



E. W. Stephens, 

Columbia, Mo. 



Theophilus W. Moore, 

Chicago. 



Marcus T. Hun, 

Albany, N. Y. 



D. Appleton & co., 

New York. 



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Authors. 



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Scott, Foresman & co., 

Chicago. 



Olson (Julius E.). Norwegian grammar and reader. 
■\Yitli notes and. vocabulary. 12°. Chicago, Scott, 
Foresman & co., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 87 

Oregon. Reports of cases decided in the supreme Robert G. Morrow, 
court of the state of Oregon, v. 30. Robert G. Mor- j Portland, Oreg 

row. reporter. 8 C . Salem, Oreg., W. H. Leeds, 1897. 
(1898, no. 3441. Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 88 



Wilber A. Owen, 

Toledo, Ohio. 



D. Appleton & co., 

New York, 



Owen (Wilber A.). Questions and answers on evi- 
dence. 16°. Toledo, Ohio, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 11, 

1898.) 89 

Palenzuela (Ramon) y Carreno (Juan de la C). 
Clave del nietodo de Ollendorff para aprender el 
Ingles. Novisima edicion. Por Marcos G. Puron. 
16°. Nueva York, D. Appleton y cfa. , 1898. (11603. 
Rec'd Jan 27, 1898.) 90 

Panelli (Dodrigo, compiler). The White House kitchen Geo. M. Hill co., Chicago, 
companion. A collection of recipes. 16 c . Chi- : 
cago, Geo. M. Hill co., [n. d.] (1898, no. 5088. Rec'd 
Jan. 28, 1898.) 91 

Parker (Edwin S.). Parker's manual of dictation, with Edwin S. Parker, 
forms and phrases. 2d ed. 12°. Stockton, Cal., Stockton, Cal. 

Press of Leroy S. Atwood, 1898. (69530. Rec'd Jan. 
25, 1898.) 92 

Parkman (Francis). The conspiracy of Pontiac, and Little, Brown & co., 
the Indian war after the conquest of Canada. In 3 j Boston, 

v. v. 1. 8°. Boston, Little, Brown & co., 1898. I 
(1898, no. 7144.* Rec'd Jau. 24, 1898.) 93 



Montcalm and Wolfe. France and England in 

North America, pt. 7. In 3 v. v. 3-. 8°. Boston, 
Little, Brown & co., 1898. (1898, no. 7145. Rec'd 
Jan. 24, 1898.) 94 

Peattie (Elia W.). Pippins and cheese. Being the 
relation of how a number of persons ate a number 
of dinners at various times and places. (45829. 
Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) - 95 

Pennsylvania state reports, v. 182. By Wilson C. 
Kress, reporter. B°. New York, Banks & bros., 1898. 
(1898, no. 7173. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 96 

Premium rates, guarantees, and illustrations of poli- 
cies issued by the New York life insurance co. 
(Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 97 

Puron (Marcos G.). Novisima edicion. See Palen- 
zuela (Ramon) y Carreno (Juan de la C.) Clave 
del metodo de Ollendorff para aprender el ingles. 

Riley (James Whitcomb). Afterwhiles. 12 c . New 

York, Charles Scribner's sons, 1898. [Poems and 

prose sketches.] (1898, no. 7176. Rec'd Jan. 24, 

,1898.) 98 

Roche (John A.). The life of Mrs. Sarah A. Lankford 
Palmer. With an introduction by John P. Newman. 
12 3 . New York, George Hughes & co., [n. d.] 
(1898, no. 3438. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 99 

Rose (Achilles). Christian Greece and living Greek. 
12°. New York. Peri Hellados pub. office, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 100 



Do. 



Way & Williams, Chicago. 



David Martin, sec'y of 
State of Pennsylvania, 

Harrfsburg, Pa. 

New York life insurance co., 
New York. 



James Whitcomb Riley, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



George Hughes & co., 

New York. 



Achilles Rose, New York. 



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Authors. 



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St John (Casca), li C. H." Brain food for thinkers. 
24°. Minneapolis, Minn., C. St. John Cole, [n. d.] 
[The national library, v. 3, no. 7, Aug., 1896.] 
(Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 101 

San Francisco medico classified directory. Compiled 
for the physicians, druggists, nurses, and dentists, 
1898. 12°. San Francisco, Medico ptg. co., [n. d.] 
(Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 102 

Sawyer (Eugene T.). The Panhandle mine case; or, 
the black riders of Santos. 12°. New York, Street 
& Smith, [n. d.] [The log cabin library, no. 7. 
Pocketed.] (Rec'd Jan. 28,1898.) 103 

Selman (James Ella). Readings and scenes from 
David Copperfield. 12°. New York, Edgar S. 
Werner, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 104 

Sheldon's retail trade of the United States, containing 
representative retailers in dry goods, notions, etc. 
24°. New York, J. D. Sheldon & co., [n. d.] (1898, 
no. 5810. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898. ) 105 

Sizer (Nelson). Phrenology and its progress. 12°. 
[n. i.] [The huniau nature library, no. 37.] (Rec'd 
Jan. 27, 1898.) 106 

Soper (Henry M., editor). Scrap-book recitation 
series, no. 12. 12°. Chicago, T. S. Denison, [n. d.] 
(1898,no.6173. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 107 

Spalding's official bicycle guide for 1898. Edited by 
S. A. Nelson. 16°. New York, American sports 
pub. co., [n. d.] [Spalding's athletic library, vol. 
7, no. 76a. Jan., 1898.] (1898, no. 7871. Rec'd Jan. - 
26,1898.) 108 

Spencer (Herbert). Various fragments. 12°. New 
York, D. Appleton & co., 1898. (66929. Rec'd Jan. 
27,1898.) 109 

Steen (Anna). See Alypius von Cagaste. 

Stroug (James). See McClintock (John) aud Strong 
(James). Cyclopedia of biblical, theological, and 
ecclesiastical literature, v. 3. 

Thanet (Octave). A book of true lovers. 16°. Chi- 
cago, Way & Williams, 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 

110 

A problem of honor. 16°. [n. i.] [The pocket 

magazine, Feb., 1898.] (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) Ill 

Thwaites (Reuben Gold). Afloat on the Ohio. Anhis- 
torical pilgrimage of a thousand miles in a skiff, from 
Redstone to Cairo. 12°. Chicago, Way & AVilliams, 
1897. (17861. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 112 

Titchener (Edward Bradford). A primer of psychology. 
12°. New York, Macmillan co. ; London, Macmillan 
& co., ltd., 1898. (1898, no. 7854. Rec'd Jan. 26, 
1898.) ll£ 

Twing Mrs S., medium). See Bowles 

(Spirit Samuel). Golden gleams. 

Vaughan (L. Brent, editor). Uncle Sam's household 
companion and treasury of ready reference. 16°. 
Chicago, Geo. M. Hill co., [n. d.]' (1898, no. 5087. 
Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 114 



C. St. John Cole, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 



Frank I. Macauley, 

San Francisco, Cal. 



Street & Smith, New York. 



James Ella Selman. 



J. D. Sheldon & co., 

New York. 



Fowler & Wells co., 

New York. 



T. S. Denison, Chicago. 



American sports pub. co., 

New York. 



D. Appleton & co., 

New York. 



Way & Williams, Chicago. 



Frederick A. Stokes co., 

New York. 

Reuben Gold Thwaites, 

Madison, Wis. 



Macmillan co., New York. 



Geo. M. Hill co., Chicago. 



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AUTHOR; 



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Venable (W. H., editor). See Byron (Lord). Selec- 
tions from tlie poems of Lord Byron, 1898. 

Vizetelly (Ernest Alfred, translator). See Zola 
(Emile). Paris. 1898. 

Wallis (Frank E.), Gregg (David A.), and others. 
See "The Georgian Period." 

Ward (Lester F.). Outlines of sociology. 12°. New 
York, Macniillan co. ; London, Macniillan & co., 
ltd., 1898. (1898, no. 5516. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 115 

Warren (H. Vallete). There go the ships and after 
many days. 12 c . Buffalo, Charles Wells Moulton, 
1898' (1898, no. 7467. Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 116 

Warren Hyde. By the author of "Unchaperoned." 
12 c . New York. R. F. Fenno & co., [n. d.] (Rec'd 
Jan. 29, 1898.) 117 

Waterloo (Stanley). The story of Ah. A tale of the 
time of the cave man. 12°. Chicago, Way & 
Williams, 1897. (23964. Rec'd Jan. 24,1898.) 118 

Wehman's book on building, rowing, and sailing 
boats. 16 c . New York, Henry J. Wehman, [n. d.] 
(Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 119 

Wehman's book on fishing. A practical guide to 
bottom fishing, trolling, spinning, and fly fishing, 
with a chapter on sea fishing. 16 c . New York, 
Henry J. Wehman, [n. d.] (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 120 

Wehman's 10c. cook book. Replete with everything 
pertaining to everyday cooking. 16°. New York, 
Henry J. Wehman, [n. d.] (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 121 

Wells (Charles L. ). The age of Charlemagne (Charles 
the Great). 12 c . New York, Christian literature 
co., 1898. [Ten epochs of church history.] (1898, 
no. 3217. Rec'd J an. 28, 1898. ) 122 

Whittier (Ida Celia). Poems. 12 c . Chicago, W. B. 
Conkey co., [n. d.] (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 123 

Willoughby (Hugh L.). Across the EA T erglades. A 
canoe journey of exploration. 12 c . Philadelphia, 
J. B. Lippincott co. , 1898. ( Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898. ) 124 

Wilson (Daniel S. ). The sexual anatomy and its adap- 
tations. 24°. 4th ed. Nashville, Tenn., 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 26, 1898.) 125 

Winter (John Strange). The strange story of my life. 
(The colonel's daughter.) A noyel. 12-. Chicago, 
Rand, McNally & co., [n. d.] (1898, no. 7144. Rec'd 
Jan. 24, 1898.) 126 

Worcester directory, no. 55. For year beginning- 
Jan. 15, 1898. 8°. Worcester, Drew Allis co., 1898. 
' (1898, no. 6777. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898. ) 127 

Yates (John H.). Ballads and poems. Ballads for the 
old folks, life lessons for the young, poems humorous 
and pathetic, gospel hymns. 8°. Buffalo, Charles 
Wells Moulton, 1898. (1898, no. 7469. Rec'd Jan. 25, 

1898.) 128 

Yates (Mary M. B.). See Haywood (Hope). Ideals of 
immanent love. 



Macniillan co., New York. 



H. Vallette Warren, 

Princeton, 111. 



R. F. Fenno & co., 

New York. 



Way & Williams, 



Chicago. 



Henry J. Wehman, 

New York. 



Do. 



Do. 



Christian literature co., 

New York. 



Ida Celia Whittier, 

Chicago. 

Hugh L. Willoughby, 

Newport, R. I. 



Daniel S. Wilson, 

Nashville, Tenn. 



Rand, McNally & co., 

Chicago. 



Drew Allis co., 

Worcester, Mass. 



John H. Yates, 



Batavia, N. Y 



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Zola (Emile). Paris. Translated by Ernest Alfred 
Vizetelly. v. 2, books 3 and 4. 16°. Xew York, 
Macmillan co. : London, Macmillan & co., ltd., 1898. 
[The three cities : Lourdes, Rome, Paris.] (1898, no. 
3207. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 129 



Macmillan co., New York. 



Zsckokke (Heinrich). Der zerbrochene krug. Nov- Edward S. Joynes, 
elle. Edited by Edward S. Joynes. 12 c . Boston, South Carolina College. 

D. C. Heath & co.. 1898. [Heath's modern language 
series,] (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 130 



I. BOOKS— (2) MISCELLANEOUS. 

(Classified under the term "Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



A., T. & S. F. R'y. 

(1897, no. 67489. 



[Xew York stock atlas, ed., 1898.] 
Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 1 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Atlas pub. co., New York. 



About knights templar coats. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898).. 2 Frank M. Low & co. 

Adapted illustrations, 1898. [Instructor's series. 
Book no. 2.] (68096. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 3 

Addenda, no. 1. Baltimore, Jan. 24, 1898. (1898, no. 
8688. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 4 

Boston, Jan. 17, 1898. (1898, no. 8690. Rec'd 

Jan. 29, 1898.) 5 
Chicago, Jan. 17, 1898. (1898, no. 8689. Rec'd 

Jan. 29, 1898.) 6 

Advisory rates of Ackley, Hardin co., Iowa. v. 2. 

(1898, no. 8224. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 7 

Advisory rates of Holstein, Ida co., Iowa. v. 187. 
(1898, "no. 8221. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 8 



William P. Stewart, 

New York 

Social register ass'n, 

Xew York. 

Do. 

Do. 

H. Bennett, 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

Do. 



Advisory rates of Marble Rock, Floyd co., Iowa. 
258. (1898, no. 8223. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 



9 



Advisory rates of Rockwell, Cerro Gordo co., Iowa, 
v. 353. (1898, no. 8222. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 10 

Agreement, contract, and specification for an electric- 
light plant for the borough of Norristown, Pa. 
Specification no. 1093. (1898, no. 7876. Rec'd Jan. 
26, 1898.) 11 

Al top's mandolin finger board guide. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 
1898.) 12 

Am. cot. oil co. [Xew York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] 
(1897, no. 67423. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 13 



Am. Sp. Mfg. co. 
(1897, no. 67472. 



[New York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] 

14 



Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 

Am. Sug. Ref. co. [Xew York stock atlas, ed 
(1897, no. 67471. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 

Am. Tob. co. [New York stock atlas, ed. 189*.] 
no. 67470. Rec'd Jan. 26, 189*.) 

America sending the light. A children's day exercise. 
(Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 17 



1898.] 
15 

(1897, 
16 



American diamond co., sixty-payment contract. (1898, 
no. 7494. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 18 



Do. 

Do. 

W. A. Drysdale, 

Philadelphia. 

M. Lewis Altop, 

Sacramento, Cal. 
Atlas pub. co., New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



Foreign christian mission- 
ary society, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
George P. Swift, Chicago. 



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Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Andrews (Avery D.). Police (The) control of a great 
election. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 19 

Announcement of the department of civil-service exam- 
inations. (National correspondence institute.) (1898, 
no. 8668. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 20 

Announcement of the department of engineering. 
( National correspondence institute.) ^ 1898, no. ^<66Q. 
Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 21 

Announcement of the department of journalism. 
(National correspondence institute. ) ( 1898, no. 8667. 
Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 22 

Are vou a pentecostal christian? (1898, no. 8679. Rec'd 
Jan. 28, 1898.) 23 



Asbestos. Descriptive price list. 
Jan. 27, 1898.) 



Jan., 1898. (Ree'd 
24 



Aseptalin — Edson. Consumption and cancer can he 
cured. Bv Cyrus Edson. (63194. Rec'd Jan. 25, 
1898.) 25 

Automatic switches and motor starters. Catalogue C. 
(1898, no. 6978. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 26 

B. & 0. R. R. [New York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] (1897, 
no. 67468. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 27 

Bank discount calendar for New York and New Jersey. 
1898. (1897, no. 64177. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 28 

Bay state gas co. [New York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] 
(1897, no. 67467. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 29 

Berosten (J.). Konsten att Lefva. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 

1898.) 30 

Bk. rap. tr. co. [New York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] (1897, 
no. 67466. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 31 

Bloomer (The). (1898, no. 2860. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 

32 

Bradley (Milton). Color (The) primer. (Pupils' ed.) 
(Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 33 

(Teacher's ed.) (1898, no. 3858. Rec'd Jan. 28, 

1898.) 34 

Burpee's manual of thoroughbred live stock and fancy 
poultry. 1898. (1898, no. 8519. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 

35 

C. & N. W. R'v. [New York stock atlas, ed 
(1897, no. 67459. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 

C. & O. R'y. [New York stock atlas, ed. 
(1897, no. 67467. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 

C, B. & Q. R. R. [New York stock atlas, ed 
(1897, no. 67463. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898. ) 

C„ C, C. & S. L. R'v. [New York stock atlas, ed. 
1898.] (1897, no. 67457. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 39 

C. G. W. R'y. [New York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] 
(1897, no. 67461. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898. ) 40 

C, M. & S. P. R'y. [New York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] 
(1897, no. 67460. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 41 

C, R. I. & P. R'y. [New York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] 
(1897, no. 67458. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898. ) 42 



1898.] 
36 

1898.] 
37 

1898.] 
38 



Charles Scribner's sons, 

New York. 

National correspondence in- 
stitute, Washington, D. C. 

Do." 



Do. • 

Church press, Chicago. 

H. W. Johns mfg. co., 

New York. 

Asepta chemical co., 

New York. 

John T. Hunt, New York. 

Atlas pub. co., New York. 

E. R. Slocum, jr., 

Long Branch, N. J. 

Atlas pub. co., New York. 

J. Bergsten. 

Atlas pub. co., New York. 

David M. Johnston, 

Oakland, Cal. 

Milton Bradley co., 

Springfield, Mass. 

Do. 

W. Atlee Burpee & co., 

Philadelphia. 

Atlas pub. co., New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



242 



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Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



C. R. R. of N. J. [New York stock atlas, eel. 1898.] 
(1897, no. 67455. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898. ) 43 

C, S. P., M. & O. R'y. [New -York stock atlas, eel. 
.1898.] (1897, no. 67454. Rec'el Jan. 26, 1898.) 44 

Can. So. RAvy. [New York stock atlas, eel. 1898.] (1897, 
no. 67465. Rec'el Jan. 26, 1898.) 45 

Capes (Bernard). Adventures of the Comte De la 
Muelte during the reign of terror. Chaps. 6-7. 
(Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 46 

Carpentry. Instruction paper. 1st eel. [International 
correspondence schools.] (73590. Rec'el Jan. 28, 

1898.) 47 

Question paper. 1st eel. [International corre- 
spondence schools.] (73589. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 

48 

Chautauqua (The) extension plan of education, under 
the elirection of Lewis D. Sampson. [The normal I 
course.] (1898, no. 6077. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 49! 

Chloride accumulator. Electric storage battery co. 
(Circular.) (1898, no. 6980. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 50 

Con. gas co. [New York stock atlas, eel. 1898.] (1897, l 
no. 67456. Rec'el Jan. 26, 1898.) 51 i 

Conrad (C.F.). New (The) gold fields, and mineral 
maps of the world. Jan., 1898. ( Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898. ) 

52 



Catalogue. 



(1898, 
53 

1898.]' 
54 

1898.] 
55 



Cotton and rubber garelen hose, 
no. 8173. Rec'el Jan. 28, 1898.) 

D. & H. C. co. [New York stock atlas, eel. 
( 1897, no. 67453. Rec'el Jan. 26, 1898. ) 

D. & R.G.R.R. [New York stock atlas, ed. 
(1897, no. 67451. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 

D.,L. & W. R.R. [New York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] 
(1897, no. 67452. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 56 

Douthat (Robt. W.). A partial application of the 
categories of Aristotle. A basis of comparison. 
From "philosophy of interpretation." no. 2. (6097. 
Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 57 

Electrotherm. The electrical substitute for the hot 
water bottle. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 58 

Elementary physics pertaining to gauging. (Illus- 
trated.) (1898, no. 7588. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 59 

Erie R.R. [New York stock atlas, eel. 1898.] (1897, 
no. 67450. Rec'el Jan. 26, 1898.) 60 

Evans's bicycle pastime. (Directions.) (1898, no. 5815. 
Rec'el Jan. 26, 1898.) 61 

Exhibition and sale of the celebrated paintings of the 
late William Morris Hunt. (Catalogue.) (1898, no. 
7184. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 62 

Faelten (Carl). Fundamental hints to teachers of 
music. (1898,no.7925. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898. ) 63 

Foreign patent practice. Revised ed. (1896, no. 16425. 
Rec'el Jan. 25, 1898.) 64 



Atlas pub. co., New York. 
Do. 
Do. 



Bernard Capes, 

Great Britain. 



Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 

Do. 



Lewis D. Sampson, 

Valparaiso, Inel. 

Electric storage battery co., 
Philadelphia. 

Atlas pub. co., New York. 
C. F. Conrad. 

James Bennett Forsyth, 

Boston. 

Atlas pub. co., New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Robt. W. Douthat, 

Morgan town, W. Va. 

II. W. Johns mfg. co., 

New York. 

National corresponelence in- 
stitute, Washington, D. C. 

Atlas pub. co., New York. 
J.L.Evans, Portland, Me. 
Paul Hunt, Readville, Mass. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, 

Boston. 

Munn & co., New York. 



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Titles. 



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Gen. elec. co. [New York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] (1897, 
no. 67449. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 65 

Glory in and glory out. (1898, no. 8687. Rec'd Jan. 
28,1898.) 66 

Good (A) impression. [Spring and summer, 1898.] 
(1898, no. 7718. Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 67 

Goodman (A.). Lover's (The) encyclopedia. Instruc- 
tion, fun, and amusement for all. (1898, no. 8211. 
Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 68 

Grieves (Loren C). A manual of standard time. 
(Rec'd Jan. 26 3 1898.) 69 

Hatfield (C. B.). Designing and cutting patterns. 
Chap. 6. Whole-foxed or seamless vamps. Jan. 25, 
1898. (1898, no. 4314. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 70 

Have you perfect peace? (1898. no. 8678. Rec'd Jan. 
28,1898.) 71 

Have you the baptism of the Holy Ghost ? (1898, no. 
8684. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 72 

Hill (Mrs. J. L.). Williston (The) game of Bible 
queries. [Directions.] (1897, no. 70678. Rec'd Jan. 
28,1898.) 73 

Hints about heating, pt. 1. 3d ed. Revised and en- 
larged. (67207. Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 74 

History (The) of the Prince Charles playing cards. 
(Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 75 

Ho! for the Klondike ! How to get there. Ten trunk 
lines from Buffalo towards the Klondike, $50. 00. 
(1898, no. 8172. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 76 

Hogner (Rich.). Alkoholens inverkan pa organismen. 
(Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 77 

How to know the voice of Christ. ( 1898, no. 8681. 



Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 

How to lead souls to Christ. 
Jan. 28, 1898.) 

How to profit bv the mission. 
Jan. 28, 1898.) 

How to study God's word. 
Jan. 28, 1898.) 81 

Hoyt (Frank Crampton). The mystic order of dis- 
ciples of iEsculapius. (Iowa medical journal, v. 3. 
Dec, 1897. no. 12.) (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 82 

Hughs (George Shelley). The theories of evolution 
and materialism, and what they have done. (Rec'd 



(1898, no. 


8683. 


Rec'd 
79 


(1898, no. 


8178. 


Rec'd 

80 


(1898, no. 


8685. 


Rec'd 



Jan. 29, 

Ia.C.R.R. 
no. 67447. 

111. C. R. R. 
no. 67448. 



[New York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] 
Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 

[New York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] 
Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 



83 

(1897. 
84 

(1897, 
85 



International library ass'n book list. (1898, no. 8520. 
Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 86 

Ireland in pictures. Part 18. [International art 
series.] (1898, no. 7878. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 87 



Atlas pub. co., New York. 

Church press, Chicago. 

Sackett & TVilhelms litho. 
and ptg. co., New York. 

H. Franklin Jones, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Loren C. Grieves, 

Ionia, Mich. 

Joseph Van Ness, Boston. 

Church press, Chicago. 
Do. 



United society of christian 
endeavor, Boston 



Isaac A. Sheppard & co., 

Philadelphia. 

C. P. H. Cook. 

Cassius M. Upton, Chicago, 

Rich. Hogner, Boston. 

Church press, Chicago. 

Do. 

Benziger bros., New York. 

Church press, Chicago. 

Frank Crampton Hoyt, 

Clarinda, Iowa. 

George Shelley Hughs, 

Des Moines, Iowa. 

Atlas pub. co., New York. 

Do. 



John T. Alexander, 

Greensburg, Ind. 

International photographic 
pub. co., Chicago. 



244 



BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Is this your photograph ? (1898, no. 8682. 

28,1898.) 88 

January circular, 1898. (J. L. Mott iron works.) (1898, 
no. 7585. Eec'd Jan. 24, 1898. ) 89 

L. & N. E. E, [New York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] (1897, 
no. 67445. Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 90 

L.E.&W.R.R. [New York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] 
(1897, no. 67446. Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 91 

Law (Hartland and Herbert E.). If a woman would 
better herself. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) ' 92 

Leach (Le Eoy). Chased by Apaches. The adven- 
tures of two prospectors. (Eec'd Jan. 29, 18. 8.) 93 

Life (The) more abundant. (1898, no. 8686. Eec'd 
Jan. 28, 1898.) 94 

Little fistiana, 1898. (1898, no. 5286. Eec'd Jan. 25, 
1898.) 95 

Look to your feet. Catalogue health shoe co. (1898, 
no. 7500. Eec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 96 

M. K. & T. E'y. [New York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] 
Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 97 

[New York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] 
Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 98 

[Sixty of the most active stocks.] 
Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 99 

pt. 2. Key. lsted. [International 

29, 
100- 



(69252. Eec'd Jan. 



1898.] 
101 



(1897, no. 67443. 

Manhattan E'y. 
(1897, no. 67444. 

" Market (The)." 
(1898, no. 9424. 

Mine ventilation. 

correspondence schools.] 
1898.) 

Mo. Pac. E'y. [New York stock atlas, ed. 
(1897, no. 67442. Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 

Munro (Neil). John Splendid. A tale of a poor gen- 
tleman, and the little Avars of Lorn, chaps. 12-14. 
(Eec'd J an. 28, 1898. ) 102 

N. & W. E'y. [Now York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] 
(1897, no. 67436. Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 103 

N. Y. C. & H. E. E. E. [New York stock atlas, ed. 
1898.] (1897, no. 67440. Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 104 

N. Y., O. & W. E'y. [New York stock atlas, ed. 
1898.] (1897, no. 67437. Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 105 

N. Y., S. & W. E. E. [New York stock atlas, ed. 
1898.] (1897, no. 67439. Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 106 

Nat. lead co. [New York stock atlas, ed. 1898.1 
(1897, no. 67441. Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 107 

Newbolt (Henry). Vigil (The). (tfee'd Jam 29, 1898.) 

108 

No. Pac. E'y. [New York stock atlas, ed. 1898.1 

(1897, no 67438. Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 109 

North Dakota. (Eancl, McNally & co.'s indexed county 
and township pocket map and shippers' guide of.) 
(1898, no. 2783. Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 110 

"Occupants-contingent." A book or form for use in 
connection with insurance. (1898, no. 7487. Eec'd 
Jan. 24, 1898.) HI 



Eec'd Jan. Church press, Chicago. 

88 

J. L. Mott iron works, 

New York. 

Atlas pub. co., New York. 

Do. 

Hartland and Herbert E. 
Law, San Francisco, Cal. 

Le Eoy Leach. 
Church press, Chicago. 

F. K. Lanpher, Boston. 

Health shoe co., Boston. 
Atlas pub. co., New York. 

Do. 

Do. 



Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 



Atlas pub. co., New York. 
Neil Munro, New York. 

Atlas pub. co., New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Henry Newbolt. 

Atlas pub. co., New York. 

Rand, McNally *.V co., 

Chicago, 



I. Tanenbaum, son & co., 
New York. 



245 

BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Official price list adopted Jan. 1, 1898. Chambers and 
McKee glass co.. Jeannette, Pa. (1898, no. 7715. 
Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 112 

Official telephone list of the Chesapeake and Potomac- 
telephone co., Jan., 1898. (1898, no. 8522. Rec'd 
Jan. 29, 1898.) 113 

Our little drummer. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 114 



Outline (An) of the origin and growth of the French 
language. (1898. no. 3855. Rec'd Jan. 21. 1898.) 115 

P. C. C. & S. L. R'v. [New York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] 
(1897, no. 67131. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 116 

P. M. S. s. (o. [Xew York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] 
(1897. no. 67435. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 117 

Peop. Gas iNc C. co. [Xew York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] 
(1897, no. 67162. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 118 

Physics. Instruction paper. 1st ed. j International 
correspondence schools.] 1898, no. 7503. Rec'd Jan. 
29.1898.) 119 



(1898, no. 8677. 
120 



Practical and scriptural holiness 
Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 

Pratt (E.M.). Brain ore. (1897, no. 72518. Rec'd Jan. 
21,1898.) 121 

Punctuating, paragraphing, capitalizing. Lessons 1 
to 20. (1898, no. 8059. Reed Jan. 29, 1898.) 122 

Reading co. [Xew York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] (1897, 
no. 67133. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 123 

Reports of cases argued and determined in the circuit 
court of Ohio. v. 15. Jan. 21, 1898. no. 3. (1898, 
no. 7505. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898. ) 121 

Robie's vest pocket catalogue of Canadian revenue 
stamps. (1898, no. 8225. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 125 

Rowntree (Alfred Henry). Liby, the lady of Lad- 
dyle. A. metrical romance, i Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898 ) 126 

Rules for playing the game of Yukonites. (1897, no. 
69162. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 127 

St. John (Casca). Brain food for thinkers. (1896, no. 
51689. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 128 

Scientific (The) American handbook. Revised ed. 
(1896, no. 62708. Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 129 

Scriptural heart cleansing. (1898, no. 8676. Rec'd 
Jan. 28, 1898.) 130 

Searchlight (A) on diseases of women. (1898, no. 5355. 
Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 131 

Shepard's national system of adhesive annotations. 
Supplement to v. 70. Illinois appellate court deci- 
sions. 1898. (1898, no. 7586. Rec'd Jan. 21. 1898.) 132 

Showing fluctuations of political parties in Texas 
from 1872 to 1896, inclusive. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 133 

Sixteen ounces of steel. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 131 



15055— Yol. 14, Xo. 4 2 



Chambers & McKee, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Chesapeake and Potomac 
telephone co., 

\Yashington, D. C. 

Empire specialty co., 

Xew York. 

Alcide Reichenbach, 

Trappe, Pa. 

Atlas pub. co., Xew York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 

Church press. Chicago. 

Registration league. 

Chicago. 

Sprague correspondence 
school of journalism, 
Detroit, Mich! 

Atlas pub. co., Xew York. 

Carl G. Jahn, 

Columbus, Ohio. 

P. M. Wolsielfer, Chicago. 
A. H. Rowntree. 

P. J. C. McKenzie. 
Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 

C. St. John Cole, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Munn & co., Xew York. 

Church press, Chicago. 

American medical co., 

Xew York. 

Frank Shepard, Chicago. 



Sherman Billow, 

San Antonio, Tex. 

Southworth bros., 

Portland. Me. 



246 

BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



So. Ev. co. [New York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] (1897, 
no. 67432. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 135 

Solution of many difficulties in Christian life. (1898, 
no. 8680. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898. ) 136 

Special instructions from the national correspondence 
institute. (Special nos., 5-10.) (1898, no. 7587. 
Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 137 

Summers (J. A.). Squabs for profit and pigeon dis- 
eases, to prevent and cure. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 

138 

T. & P. R'y. 

no. 67430. 



[New York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] 1897. 
Rec'd Jan.26, 1898.) 139 



[New York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] 
Rec'd Jan.26, 1898.) 140 



Rec'd Jan. 24, 
141 



T. C. I. <fc R. R. co 

(1897, no. 67431. 

Ten Eyck portraits. (1892, no. 47269. 
1898.) 

Theoretical chemistry. Question paper. 1st ed. (In- 
ternational correspondence schools.) (1898, no. 
10801. Rec'd Jan. 24. 1898.) 142 

Thompson (N. D.). Facts for those contemplating a 



hook agency. (1898. no. 5271. Rec'd Jan. 



1898. ) 
143 

Tidings! There is hope for the hopeless. A valuable 
treatise by the Physicians' medical co. (1898, no. 
6793. Rec'd Jan. 27. 1898.) 144 

To make the best bread on earth. [Follow inclosed 
directions.] (67337. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 145 

Trade price list, strictly confidential, to dealers only. 
Jan., 1898. (1898, no. 6403. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 146 

Treatise (A) on nerve and brain exhaustion, neuras- 
thenia, diseases of the liver, kidneys, etc. (1898, no. 
5356. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898. ) 117 

Rec'd Jan. 24, 
148 



Truth's testimony 
1898.) 

U.P., D. &G.R'y. 

(1897, no. 67428. 



(1898, no. 1311. 



[New York stock atlas, ed. 
Rec'd Jan.26, 1898.) 



U. P. R. R. LNew York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] 
no. 67429. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898. ) 

U. S. L. Co. [New York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] 
no. 67427. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 

U. S. R. Co. [New York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] 
no. 67426. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 



1898.] 
149 

(1897, 
150 

(1897, 
151 

(1897, 
152 



Valves. 1898. (69808. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898) 153 

VanDeusen (The Mrs.) superior cake recipes. Revised 
and perfected. (1898, no. 6785. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 

154 

W. U. Tel. co. [New York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] (1897, 
no. 67424. Rec'd Jan. 26, L898.) 155 

Wabash R. R. [New York stock atlas, ed. 1898.] (1897, 
no. 67425. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 156 

Warren (Lillie Eginton). Speech revealed in facial 
expressions. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 157 



Atlas pub. co., New York. 

Church press, Chicago. 

National correspondence in- 
stitute, 

Washington, D. C. 

J. A. Summers, 

Chalfont, Pa, 

Atlas pub. co., New York. 

Do. 



Ten Eyck portrait co., 

Chicago. 

Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 

N. D. Thompson pub. co., 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Physicians' medical co., 

New York, 



W. H. White, Miller, S. Dak. 

H. W. Johns mfg. co., 

New York. 

American medical co., 

New York. 

Chas. W. Close, Bangor, Me. 

Atlas pub. co., New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

L. Schutte & co., 

Philadelphia. 

C. A. Chapman, 

Newark. N. Y. 

Atlas pnb. co., New York. 

Do. 



Lillie Eginton Warren, 

New York. 



247 



BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Water softening. 
( 1898, no. 5268. 



A balance for users of hard water. 
Ree'd Jan.24, 1898.) 158 

Watkins (James Francis). The money question in na- 
ture and the Bible. (Rec'd Jan. 29. 1898.) 159 

Webb (A.D.). Proofs of the divinity of Christ. An 
argument. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 160 

What is your fortune, my pretty maid? (Rec'd Jan. 
24. 18980 161 

What next ? (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898) 162 

White & Kemble. White & Kemble's atlas and digest 
of railroad mortgages. Erie railroad. (Rec'd Jan. 
25.1898.) 163 

Why every musical student and amateur should pos- 
sess a Lvon & Healy metronome. (1898, no. 7193. 
Rec'd Jan. 26. 1898.) " 161 

Wool against linen or cotton or vegetable liber in gen- 
eral. "" (1898, no. 7870. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898. ) 165 

Wrii»ht (Frank D.). More money and less misery. 
(Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 166 

YVyeth's peptonate of iron and manganese. (1898, no. 
7720. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 167 



Copyright Phoprietors. 



Wilson co., New York. 

James Francis Watkins, 

Apple ton City, Mo. 

A.D.Webb. 

Taylorville, 111. 

Barnes- Crosby co., 

Chicago. 

J. H. Brawley, Clives, Ohio. 

White & Kemble, 

New York. 

Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 



Dr. Jaeger's sanitary woolen 
system co., New York. 

Frank D. Wright, 

Philadelphia. 

John Wyeth & bro., 

Philadelphia. 



I BOOKS— (3) NEWSPAPER A1VD MAGAZINE ARTICLES. 

(Classified under the term "Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Bab takes a look at the shop windows. (1898, no. 8659. 
Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) . 1 

Bismarck obituary. Special syndicate oage. no. 1, 
1898. (1898, no. 8654. Eec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 2 

Carruth (H.). Bride (The) of the "Curlew's call." 
(1898, no. 7917. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898. ) 3 

Celebrated crowns. (1898, no. 7156. Rec'd Jan. 29, 
1898.) 4 

Current service. (1898, no. 7921. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 

5 

Daily digest of selected cases. Jan. 26, 1898. (1898, 
no. 7916. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 6 

Code of civil procedure, sec. 1022. (1898, no. 

7760. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 7 

Mortgages — assignment — notice — good faith — 

pleading. (1898, no. 7006. Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 8 

Demands of the age. Dr. Talmage pleads for heroic 
men and women. (1898, no. 8657. Rec'd Jan. 29, 
1898.) 9 

Die glhckliche frau. Chap. 10. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 

10 

Double-entry bookkeeping, ninth lesson. The jour- 
nal's school of business, pt. 10. [Minneapolis jour- 
nal, Jan. 20, 1898.] (1898, no. 7484. Rec'd Jan. 25, 
1898.) 11 



American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Do. 



Bacheller syndicate, 

New York. 

S. S. McClure co., 

New York. 

Bacheller syndicate, 

New York. 

Evening post pub. co., 

New York. 

Do. 
Do. 



American press ass'n, 

New York. 



New Yorker staats-zeitung, 
New York. 

Journal ptg. co., 

Minneapolis, Minn. 



248 



BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



no. 8655. Rec'd Jan. 
14 



Ellis (Edward S.). The voung Klondikers. Chap. 
17. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 18980 12 

"Ezra's letter.'* (1898. no. 8108. Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 

13 

Fashions of New York. (1 
29, 1898.) 

Foster (David Skaats.) The silver queen. [Zaues- 
ville dailv courier : Hartford daily courant. Jan. 1, 
1898.] (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 15 

Fowler (Natk'l C )r. ). The counter. The exhibition 
table of sale. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898. ) 16 

Fraser (J. Malcolm). Where the law of Moses still 
rules. (1898, no. 7151. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 17 

Fur man (Lucy S.). Lost in the swamp. [Zanesville 
dailv courier. Hartford dailv courant. .Jan 12, 1898.] 
(Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 18 

Gaines (C. K.). Annihilator (The). (1898. no. 7918. 
Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898. 19 

Gladstone obituary. Special syndicate page, no. 2, 
1898. ( 1898, no. 8653. Rec'd .Inn. 29. 1898.)' 20 

Gravdon (William Murray). The adventure of the 
star of Delhi, (Rec'd Jan. 25. 1898. ) 21 

The adventure of the stolen Moms, (Rec'd Jan. 

25, 1898. ) 22 

Thenawab of Jubbiilpore's diamond. (Rec'd Jan. 

25, 1898. ) 23 

Halstead (Murat). Paddy's run papers. 1. (Rec'd 
Jan. 29. 189*.) 24 

2. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898) 25 

3. ( Rec'd .Ian. 29, 1898) 26 

Hatfield (('. B.). Designing and cutting patterns. 
Introduction. (1897, no. 67111. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 

27 



, S. S. McClure co., 

New York. 

Grit pub. co., 

Williamsport, Pa. 

American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Bacheller syndicate, 

New York. 



Nath'l C. Fowler, jr., 



Boston. 

s. s. McClure co.. 

New York. 

Bacheller syndicate, 

New York. ' 



Do. 

American press ass'n 

New York. 

William Murray Graydon, 
London, England. 

Do. 

Do. 

Murat Halstead. 

Cincinnati. < >hiol 

Do. 

Do. 

Joseph Van Ness. [{ostoii 



Highest market for hogs. (Kansas City star, Jan. 25, ! Kansas City star co. 



^ I 



1898.) (1898, no. 8215. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 



28 



Hill is (N. D.). The drama of man's soul, (ls98.no. 
7561. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 29 

Hope (Anthony). Rupert of Heutzau. From the 
memoirs of Frit/, von Tarlenheim. Chaps. 6,7,8. 
(Rec'd Jau. 29, 18H8.) 30 

Simon Dale. ( 'haps. 22-23. [Sunday inter ocean, 

Jan. 23, 1898.] (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) ' 31 

Howard (Merriden). Giant snow lights of the north- 
west. (1898, no. 7155. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 32 

In the House of Representatives. Characteristic 
sketches at the national capitol. (1898, no. 8651. 
Rec'd Jan. 29,1898.) 33 

Jefferson county history. Events happening during 
the pioneer da vs. Chap. 128. fReo'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 

31 

Jones (Hon. Thomas) will come to Kalamazoo to reside. 
[Kalamazoo gazette, Jan. 19, 189*.] (1898, no. 6556, 
Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 35 



Kansas City, Mo. 

Fleming It. Revel 1 CO., 

Chicago. 

A. H. Hawkins, 

London, England. 

Do. 

S. 8. McClure co.. New York. 



American press ass'n, 

New York. 



O. F. Roessler. 



George Scales, 

Kalamazoo, Mich 






249 

BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Letter (A) from May Irwin. 
Jan. 29, 1898.) 



(1898, no. 8658. Rec'd 
36 



London topics. The critical situation in the far east. 
London, Jan. 22, 1898. (1898, no. 7575. Rec'd Jan. 
25. 1898.) 37 



M Quad page. 



, no. 7919. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 

38 



Marr (Harry V.). A little girl and a cat. [Hartford 
daily courant, Zanesville daily courier, Jan. 15, 1898.] 
(Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 39 

Nicolls (William Jasper). Coal catechism, pt. 13. 
Anthracite rail shipments. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 40 

Offener schreibehrief des Philipp Sauerampfer. (1898, 
no. 7762. Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 41 

Oldest (The) story writer in America. Dr. S. Weir 
Mitchell, the author of "Hugh Wynne." ( 1898, no. 
8652. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 42 

Paris fashions. (1898, no. 8660. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 

43 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Pendleton (Louis). Raphael's ranch. 
(Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 



Chap. 9-10. 
44 



Sierman (J. H.). The greatest good for the largest 
number. Chap. 7. [Freeborn county times, Jan. 
21, 1898.] (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 45 

Special page. (1898, no. 7923. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 46 

Spofford (Harriet Prescott). Miss Rhody. [For nse 
Jan. 30, 1898.] (1898, no. 7767. Rec'd Jan, 25, 1898.) 

47 

Stoker (Bram). Miss Betty. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 

48 

Strong (Howard Marcus). For her name's sake. (Rec'd 
Jan. 29, 1898.) 49 

Swells of the sporting world. (1898, no. 8656. Rec'd 
Jan. 29, 1898.) 50 

Thompson (The) street poker club entertains a guest | 
who was not as "easy" as he looked. (1898, no. I 
7486. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 51 

Timely service. (1898. no. 7924. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) I 

52 ! 
Toilers' (The) ode. (1898, no. 5101. Rec'd Jan. 25, 
1898.) 53 

Trade (The) in liye stock. (Kansas city star, Jan. 6, 
1898. ) (1898, no. 4307. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898. ) 54 

Jan. 20, 1898. (1898, no. 7576. Rec'd Jan. 24, 

1898.) 55 

— — Jan. 21, 1898. (1898, no. 7577. Rec'd Jan. 24, 
1898.) 56 : 

Jan. 22, 1898. (1898, no. 7761. Rec'd Jan. 25, 

1898.) 57 



American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Evening post pub. co., 

New York. 



Bacheller syndicate, 

New York. 

Do. 



William Jasper Nicolls. 



German press and plate co., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

American j^ress ass'n, 

New York. 



Do. 
Louis Pendleton. 

J. H. Sierman, 

Albert Lea, Minn 



Bacheller syndicate, 

New York. 



S. S. McClure co. 



— Jan. 24. 1898. 
1898.) 



, no. 8107. Rec'd Jan. 27, 
58 



Jan. 26, 1898. (1898, no. 8643. Rec'd Jan. 29, 

1898.) 59 



New York. 



Bram Stoker, 

London, England. 

Howard Marcus Strong, 

New York. 

American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Henry Guy Carleton, 

New York. 



Bacheller syndicate, 

New York. 

E. J. Inglehart, 

Matagorda, Tex. 

Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



250 

BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 

Titles. Copyright Proprietors. 



Where the massacres were most fiendish. [St. Louis James Gordon Bennett, 
Republic, Jan. 25, 1898.] (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 60 New York. 

Woman's page. (1898, no. 7922. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) Bacheller syndicate, 

61 New York. 

Youth's page. (1898, no 7920. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) Do. 

62 



II. DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 

. 

McMichael (Clayton Fotterall). The house that Jack Clayton Fotteral] McMi- 
built. An eruption extravaganza in 2 acts, by Clay- chael, Philadelphia, 

ton Fotterall McMichael. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) ' 1 

Reynolds (Fin). u A match safe." A farce comedy in Fin Reynolds. 
3 acts, by Fin Reynolds. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 2 Pittsburg, Pa. 



III. PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 



ABC Pathfinder and dial. Jan. 24. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. New England rwy. pub. co., 

24,1898.) 1 Boston. 

Advance reports. Legal intelligencer. Jan. 28, 1898. Frank Feeder, sec'v of the 

(Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 2 state of Pennsylvania. 

Advance sheets. All opinions of the U. S. supreme Lawyers' cooperative pub. 

court. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24. 1898.) 3 cof, Rochester, X. Y. 

Adventure weekly. Jan. 29. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, Street & Smith, New York. 
1898.) J 

American agriculturist. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. Orange .ludd co., New York. 
27. 1898.) 5 

American architect and building news. Jan. 22, 1898. American architect and 

(Rec'd Jan. 24, 189s.) 6 binding news co.. Boston] 

American digest. Dee., 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 24, ISPS.) West pub. co., 

7 St. Paul, Minn. 

American field. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) American field pub. co., 

8 New York. 

American florist. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) American florist co., 

9 Chicago. 

American home journal. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, American musical ass'n, 

189S.) 10 Chicago. 

American journal of palmistrv. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd French-American pub. co., 

Jan. 24, 1898.) 11 Chicago. 

American medico-surgical bulletin. Jan. 25, 189S. Bulletin pub. co., 

(Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 12 New York. 

American monthly. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) National society of th( 

13 daughters of the Ameri- 
can revolution, 

Washington, I). C. 



251 
PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



American negligence reports. 

25.1898.) 



Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
14 



American paper trade. 
1898.) 



Jan. 22, 1898. 



(Rec'd Jan. 24, 
15 



Jan. -Mar., 1898. 



(Rec'd Jan. 
16 



Architectural record 
25,1898.) 

Architecture and building. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
24.1898.) 17 

Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898) 18 

Arena. Nov., 1896. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 19 

Dec. 1896. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 20 

Jan., 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 21 

Feb., 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1*98) 22 

Mar.. 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) .'. 23 

Apr., 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 24 

May, 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 25 

June, 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 25^ 

July. 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 26 

Aug., 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 27 

Sept., 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 28 

Oct., 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 29 

Nov.. 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 30 

Dec. , 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 31 

Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 32 

Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 33 

Army and Navy. Jan. 29, 1898. .Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 

34 

Art amateur. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) . .. 35 Montague Marks, 



Romiek & Schilling, 

New York. 

Andrew Geyer, New York. 



Architectural record co., 

New York. 

W. T. Comstock, New York. 



Do. 
Arena pub. co., Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do, 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Street & Smith, New York. 



Art de la mode. Mar., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 



New York. 

36 Morse-Broughton co., 

New York. 



Art education. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898).. 37 ' J. C. Witter & co. 



Art student. Dec, 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898) .... 38 

Atlantic reporter. Jan. 19, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 

39 

Ave Maria. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) ... 40 

Babyland. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898) 41 

Baby pathfinder. Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 

42 

Bankers' monthly. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 

43 

Banner of gold. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 

44 

Baptist union. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898) . 45 



New York. 

Ernst Knaufft, New York. 

West pub. co., 

St. Paul, Minn. 

D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 

Yechten Waring, 

New York. 
I 

j New England railway pub. 
co., Boston. 

j Rand, McNally & co., 

Chicago. 

Banner of gold pub. co., 

Chicago. 

Baptist young people's 
union, Chicago. 



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Titles. 



Biles' whisky price list. Jan. 25, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
28,1898.) " 46 

Bookman. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898) 47 



Copyright Proprietors. 



J. W. Biles co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Dodd. Mead & co., 

New York. 

Boston herald co., Boston. 



Boston herald co. Jan. 23. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 

1898.; 48 

Boston Sunday globe. Jan. 23, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, Globe pub. co., Boston. 

1898.) 49 

Boston daily globe. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24. Do. 

1898. ) 50 

Jan. 24, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898) 51 Do. 

■ Jan. 25. 18C8 . (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1 98) 52 Do. 

Jan. 26, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 53 Do. 

Jan. 27. 1898. ( Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898) 54 Do. 

Jan.28,1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898) 55 Do. 

Boston Sunday post. Jan. 23. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, Post pub. co., Boston. 

1898.) 56 

Botanical gazette. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) University of Chicago, 

57 Chicago. 

Bradstreet's. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898). 58 Bradstreet co., New York. 
Brightly 's quarterly digest. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. F. F. Brightly, 

28,1898.) 59 "Philadelphia. 

Brooklyn life. Jan. 29, 1898. ( Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898) . 60 Brooklyn life pub. co., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Catholic news. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898). 61 Catholic news pub. co., 

New York. 

Jan. 26, 1898. (Rec'd J an. 25, 1898) 62 Do. 

Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898) 63 1 )<>. 

Catholic world. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898). 64 A. F. Hewit, New York, 

Central law journal. Jan. 21, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, Central law journal co., 
1898.) 65 ; ' St. Louis, Mo. 

Century magazine. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 26, Century co., New York. 

1898.) m * 

Ceramic monthly. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898). 67 ( Ceramic monthly pub. co., 

New York. 
Chautauqnan Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898) .. 68 Theodore L. Flood, 

Meadville, PaJ 

Chicago Tammany magazine. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. W. S. McComas, Chicago 
29,1898.) 69 

Christian endeavor world. Jan. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. Golden rule co., Boston. 

26,1898.) 70 



Christian herald. Jan. 26, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898) 71 

Church economist. Jan. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 

1898.) 72 



Louis Klopsch, Xew York. 

Church economist pub. co., 
New York. 



Collier's weekly. Jan. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898) 73 ' Peter Fenelon Collier, 

New York. 

Comfort. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898; 74 j Gannett & Morse concern, 

Augusta, Me. 

Commercial and financial chronicle. Jan. 29, 1898. ! William B.Dana co., 

(Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 75 ! New York. 



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Commercial and financial chronicle. Investors' sup- 
plement. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 76 

Cordage trade journal. Jan. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 

1898.) 77 

Criterian. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898) .... 78 
Costume royal. Mar., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898).. 79 



Cresset. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 



80 



Cuba, Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898) 81 

Cuba y America. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) . 82 

Current literature. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 

83 

Cycle patents monthly. Dec, 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 

1898.) 84 

Cycling gazette. Jan. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898. ) 

85 

Daily racing form, Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898. ) 

86 

Jan. 23, 24, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898) 87 

Jan. 25, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898) 88 

Jan. 26, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 89 

Jan. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898) 90 

Demorest's family magaziue. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
29,1898.) 91 

Die Christliche mutter. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 
1898.) 92 

Dry goods economist. Jan. 22,1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 
1898.) 93 

Diamond Dick, jr. Jan. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 

94 

Digest of physical tests and laboratory practice. Jan., 

1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 95 

Dime library. Jan. 19, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898) . . 96 

Jan. 26,1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898) 97 

Dyers' trade journal. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 

98 

Electrical engineer. Jan. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 
1898.) 99 

Electrical review. Jan. 26, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 

100 

. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.; 
101 

Elite styles. Mar., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898). .. 102 Elite styles co., New York. 

Emerson college magazine. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
24,1898.) 103 

Engineering magazine. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 
1898.) 104 

Engineering record, Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24. 
1898.) 105 



Electrical tv orld. Jan. 29, 



William B. Dana co., 

New York. 

Charles H. Delano, 

New Yo.rk. 

G. L. Davidson, New York. 

; Royal pattern co., 

New York 

Students N. Y. med. col., 

New York. 

M. R. Angulo, New York. 

Manuel Montero, New York. 

1 Current literature pub. co., 
New York. 

| James T. Allen, 

Washington City. 

Emil Grossman & bro., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

j Frank H. Brunei!, Chicago. 



Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Demorest pub. co., 

New York. 

J. Sch after, New York. 

Textile pub. co., New York. 

Street & Smith, New York. 

Frederick A. Riehle, 

Philadelphia. 

Beadle & Adams, New York. 

Do. 

Dyers' trade pub. co., 

Philadelphia. 

Electrical engineer, 

New York. 

Electrical review pub. co., 
New York. 

W. J. Johnston co., 

New York. 



Emerson college mag. ass'n, 
Boston. 

Engineering magazine, 

New York. 

Engineering record, 

New York. 



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Examiner. Jan. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898). .. 106 

Family story paper. Fel>. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 

18980 107 

Farmer. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898) 108 

Farm implement news. Jan. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 
1898.) 109 

Farm machinery. Jan. 26, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1998. ) 

110 

Federal reporter. Jan. 18, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 

Ill 

Forest and stream. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 
1898.) 112 

French dressmaker. Mar., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 
1898.) 113 

Godey's magazine. Feb. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 

114 

Golden days, Jan. 15, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 

115 

Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898) 116 

Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898) 117 

Golden hours. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 

118 

Great round world. Jan. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 
1898.) 119 

Grocers' regulator. Jan. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 

1898.) 120 

Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898) 121 

Half-dime library, Jan. 19, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 

1898. ) 122 

Jan . 26, 1898. ( Rec'd .Jan . 29, 1898) 123 

Harper's bazar. .Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd .Jim. 28, 1898.) 

124 

Harper's monthly magazine. Feb., 1898. (Jan. 24, 
1898.) 125 

Harper's weekly. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 
1898.) 126 

Harvard law review. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 
1898.) 127 

Home study for machinists. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 

28,1898.) 128 

Home sunshine. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd .Ian. 25, 1898).. 129 

Homiletic review. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd .Ian. 26, 1898.) 

130 
Horseman. Jan. 25, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898). .. 131 

Household. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) .... 132 

Humane alliance. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 

133 

Illinois official reporter. Jan. 26, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
26,1898.) 134 



Examiner, New York. 

Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 

Orange Judd co., Chicago. 

Farm implement news co., 
Chicago. 

Midland pub. co., 

St. Louis, Mo, 

West pub. co., 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Forest and stream pub. co., 
New York. 

A. McDowell & co., 

New York. 



Godey co. 



New York. 



James Elversou, 

Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 

Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 

William Beverly Harrison, 
New York. 

Reid, Murdoch & co., 

Chicago. 

Do. 

Beadle & Adams, 

New York. 

Do. 

Harper & bros., New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Trustees Harvard law re- 
view, Cambridge, Mass. 

Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 

S. A. Hudson, New York. 

Funk & W agnails co., 

New York. 

Chicago horseman newspa- 
per co., Chicago. 

Household, Boston. 

Natl, humane alliance, 

New York. 

Isaac Newton Phillips, 

Pdooinington, 111. 






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Illustrated American. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, Lorillard Spencer, 

1S9S.) 135 New York. 

Illustrated Buffalo express. Jan. 23,1898. (Rec'd. Jan. Geo. E. Matthews & co., 
21.1898.) 136 Buffalo, N. Y. 

Insurance monitor. Jan.. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 25. 1898.) Hine ins. pub. co.. 

137 New York. 

International magazine. Feb.. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, Union quoin co., Chicago. 

1898.) 138 | 

Interstate commerce reports. Jan. 8. 1898. (Rec'd Lawyers' cooperative pub. 



Jan. 28, 1898. 



139 



CO., 



Rochester, N. Y, 



Jewelers' circular. Jan. 26, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, Jewelers' circular pub. co., 



1898 ) 



140 



New York. 



Jewelers' weekly. Jan. 26. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27. 1898.) Trades weekly co., 

Ill New York. 

Jewish comment. Jan. 28, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29. 1898.) " Publishers." 

142 Baltimore, Md. 

Journal of the American medical ass'n. Jan. 22, 1898. American medical ass'n, 

(Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898. ) 143 Chicago. 

Judge's library. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) Judge pub. co.. New York. 

144 

Ladies' home journal. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 25, Curtis pub. co., 

1898.) 145 Philadelphia. 

Ladies' world. Feb., 1898. (fiec'd Jan. 28, 1898. ) 146 S. H. Moore & co., 

New York. 

Landwirthschaftliche beilage. Jan. 28, 1898. (Rec'd Westliche post ass'n, 



l-l ■ 



St. Louis. Mo. 



Jan. 29, 1898.) 

Life. J an. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898) 148 Mitchell & Miller, 

New York. 
Life's comedy. Feb. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) Do. 

149 

Little men and women. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, Vechten Waring, 



1898. 



150 



New York. 



Mayflower. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898) 151 Mayflower pub. co.. 

Floral Park, N. Y. 

Medford light. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 152 George S. Delano. 

Medical news. Jan. 22. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) Lea bros. & co., New York. 

153 

Medical record. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29. 1898.) Win. Wood & co.. 

154 New York. 

Men and matters. Dec. 1897. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) Men and matters, 



155 



New Orleans. La 



Metropolitan magazine. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 21, Blakely Hall, New York 
1898.) 156 ! 

Mind. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 157 Alliance pub. co., New York. 

Mode de Paris, Mar., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898). 158 A. McDowell & co., 

New York. 

Modes. Feb.. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898) 159 Modes pub. co., New York. 

Morning journal (German), Jan. 23, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. W. E. Hearst, New York. 
24.1898.) 160 

Jan. 24, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898) 161 Do. 

Jan. 25, 1898. ( Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898) 162 Do. 



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Morning journal (German), Jan. 26, 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 26, 1898.) 163 

Jan. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 164 

Jan. 28, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898) 165 

Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898) 166 

Municipal record and advertiser. Jan. 22. 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 24, 1898.) 167 

Musical age. Jan. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898). 168 

National police gazette. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Jan'. 27, 

1898.) 169 

New England homestead. Jan. 29. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
29,1898.) 170 

New England master builder. Jan. 22. 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 24, 1898.) 171 

New Jersey contractor. Jan. 27, 1898. ( Rec'd Jan. 29, 
1898.) 172 

New York clipper. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 

173 

New York herald, Jan. 20, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 

174 

Jan. 21,1898. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898) 175 

New York journal, Jam 23, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 

176 

Jan. 24, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898) 177 

Jan.25,1898. (Rec'd Jan. 25. 1898) 178 

Jan. 26, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898) 179 

Jan. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27. 1898) 180 

Jan. 28, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898) 181 

Jan. 29,189s. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898) 182 

New York ledger. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 

183 

New York medical journal. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
24.1898.) 184 

New York supplement and state reporter. Jan. 20, 
1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28. 1898.) 185 

New York times, Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 

186 

Jan. 23, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898) 187 

Jam 24, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898) 18* 

Jan. 25, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898) 189 

Jan. 26, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 190 

Jan. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898) 191 

Jan. 28, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898) 192 

New York times weekly. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec' Jan. 24, 
1898.) 193 

New York weekly. Feb. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 

194 



W. R. Hearst, 


New York. 


Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Columbia 


pub. 


CO., 

New York. 


Harry Edward Freund, 

New York. 






Richard K. Fox. New York. 

Orange Judd co., 

Springfield, Mass. 

H. H. Lepper, Boston. 



A. H. Ringier, 

West Hoboken, N. J. 

Frank Queen pub. co., 

New York. 



James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 


Do. 






W. R. Hearst, 


New 


York. 


Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Robert Bonner 


s sons 
New 


York. 


D. Appleton <V 


CO., 

New 


York. 


West pub. co., 

St. 


Paul, 


Minn. 


New York Times co., 
New 


York. 


Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Do. 







Street & Smith, New York. 



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Titles. 

New Yorker abendblatt, Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
24,1898.) 195 

Jan. 24. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 25. 1898) 196 

Jan. 25, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898) 197 

Jan. 26, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 198 

Jan. 27. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28. 1898) 199 

Jan. 28. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898) 200 

New Yorker sonntagsblatt. Jan. 23. 1898. (Rec'd 
J au. 24, 1898.) 201 

New Yorker staats-zeituug, Jan. 24, 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 24. 1898.) 202 

Jan. 25, 1898. ( Rec'd Jan. 25. 1898) 203 

Jan. 26, 1898. ( Rec'd Jan. 26. 1898) . .' 204 

Jan. 27. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 205 

Jan. 28, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898) 206 

Jan. 29. 1898. ( Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898) 207 

New Yorker wockenblatt. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
27. 1898.) 208 

Nick Carter weekly. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd* Jan. 24, 
1898.) 209 

Jan. 29, 1898. ' (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898) 210 

Northeastern reporter. Jan. 21, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 
1898.) 211 

Northwestern reporter. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 
1898. i . 212 

Occult science library. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 
1898. ) 213 

Ohio legal news. Jan. 24. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 
1898.) 214 

Old Cap. Collier's library. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
29,1898.) 215 

Our productions. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 
1898.) 216 

Outlook. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) .... 217 

Pacific reporter. Jan. 20. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 

218 

Parisian. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 219 

Pennsylyania county court reports. Jan. 22, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 220 

People's home journal. Feb.. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 
1898.) 221 

Peterson's magazine. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 

1898.) 222 

Philadelphia inquirer, Jan. 23, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 
1898. ) " 223 

Jan. 24, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898) 224 

Jan. 25, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898) 225 



Copyright Proprietors. 

New Yorker staats-zeituug, 
New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 



West pub. co., 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Do. 



j Ernest Loom is, Chicago. 

i 

] Laning printing co., 

Norwalk, Ohio. 

N. L. Munro, NeAv York. 



American pub. and eng. co., 
New York. 

Outlook co., New Y^ork. 

West pub. co., 

St. Paul, Minn. 

M. L. Dexter, New Y^ork. 

T. & J. W. Johnson & co., 

Philadelphia. 

F. M. Lupton, New York. 

Peterson co., New York. 

Philadelphia inquirer co._, 
Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 



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Philadelphia inquirer, Jan. 26, 1898. (Eec'd Jan. 26, Philadelphia inquirer co., 
1898.) 226 Philadelphia. 

Jan. 27, 1898. (Eec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 227 Do. 

Jan. 28, 1898. (Eec'd Jan. 28, 1898) 228 Do. 

Jan. 29, 1898. (Eec'd Jan. 29, 1898) 229 Do. 

Phono-meter. Jan., 1898. (Eec'd Jan. 24. 1898).. 230 Geo. Andrew Lewis, 

Detroit, Mich. 

Pianist and organist. Jan., 1898. (Eec'd Jan. 26, Pianist pub co.. New York. 
1898.) 231 

Pilgrim of our lady of martyrs. Feb., 1898. (Eec'd Apostleship of prayer, 
Jan. 25, 1898.) ' 232 New York. 

Pittsburg times, Jan. 22. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 2-1. 1898.) Pittsburg times. 

233 Pittsburg, Pa, 

Jan. 24, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 25. 1898) 234 Do. 

Jan. 25, 1898. (Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898) 235 Do. 

Jan. 26, 1898. (Eec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 236 Do. 

Jan. 28, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898) 237 Do. 

Planets and people. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) F. E. Ormsby, Chicago. 

Pocket list railroad officials. (1st qr., 1898.) (Rec'd Office rwy. equip, register, 
Jan. 27, 1898.) 239 ' New York. 

Popular science. Feb.. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898). 240 Lillard & co., New York. 

Puck. Feb. 2. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898) 241 Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York. 

Record of Christian work. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. F. H. Revell, Chicago. 

28,1898.) 242 

Recreation. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898).. .. 243 G. O. Shields, New York. 

Religious review of reviews. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. C. P>. strouse, Salem, Va. 
25,1898.) 244 

Rider and driver. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) Rider and driver pub. co., 

245 J New York. 

Russell's convention dates. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. Hamlin Russell, 
24, 1898. ) 246 N ewa rk, N . J . 

St. Nicholas magazine. Feb.. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 26, Century co., New York. 
1898.) 247 

Saturday evening post. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, Curtis pub. co., 
1898.)' 248 Philadelphia. 

Saturday night. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) James Elversou, 

249 Philadelphia 

Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898) 250 Do. 

Feb. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898).... 251 Do. 

Feb. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898) 252 Do. 

School journal. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) E. L. Kellogg & co., 

253 New York. 

Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898) 254 Do. 

Scientific american. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, Munn & co., New York. 
1898.) 255 

Scribner's magazine. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 25, Charles Scribner's sons, 
1898.) 256 New York. 



259 

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Self culture. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898).. 257 

gendbote. .Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29. 1898).... 258 

Southeastern reporter. Jan. IS, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 
1898.) 259 

Southern reporter. Jan. 19. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 
1898.) 260 

Southwestern reporter. Jan. 24, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 
1898.) 261 

Standard. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27. 1898). .. 262 

Stevens's indicator. Jan.. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 25. 1898.) 

263 

Storms and signs. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 

264 

Students' reporting- journal. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
26, 1898. ^ 265 

Sun, Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898) 266 



Jan. 23, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898) 267 

Jan. 24, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898) 268 

Jan. 25, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898) 269 

Jan. 26, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898) 270 

Jan. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 271 

Jan. 28, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898) 272 

Jan. 29,1898. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898) 273 

Sunday magazine. Jan. 23, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, i Ervin Wardman, New York. 

1898.') 274 : 



Werner co., Akron, Ohio. 

Sendbote, Cincinnati, Ohio 

West pub. co., 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Do. 
Do. 

Standard press, New York. 

Stevens's inst. of technol- 
ogy, Hoboken, N. J. 

C. Coles. Kingston, Pa. 

S. J. Carroll, 

Wheeling, W. Ya. 

Sun printing and pub. ass'n, 
New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



Sunday school times. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 
1898! ) 275 

Superintendent and foreman. Jan. 28, 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 24, 1898.) . 276 

Supreme court reporter. Jan. 19, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
25, 1898. ) 277 

Svenska amerikanska posten. Jan. 25, 1898. (Rec'd 

278 

279 



Jan. 29, 1898.) 

Table talk. Feh.,1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898) .. 

Telephone. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) . . 

Textile world. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 
Tip top weekly. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 



280 



281 



) 

2N2 



Town talk. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898) . . 283 

Jan. 29, 1898. ( Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898) 284 

Truth. Feb. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 285 

Universal truth. Feh.,1898. (Rec'd Jan. 28,1898). 286 



Up-to-date. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 



. 287 



John D.Watties & co., 

Philadelphia. 

Joseph Van Ness, Boston. 

West pub. co., 

St. Paul, Minn. 

S. J. Turnblad, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Table talk pub. co., 

Philadelphia. 

Telephone pub. co., 

Chicago. 

Guild & Lord, Boston. 

Street & Smith, New York. 



Burke & Beyer, 

Newark, N. J. 



Do. 
Truth co., 



New York. 



F. M. Harlen pub. co., 

Chicago. 

Up-to-date pub. co., 

Chicago. 



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Titles. 



Copykight Proprietors. 



Viavi cause. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898) . 288 

Vogue. Jan. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 289 

Western electrician. Jan. 22, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 
1898. 290 

Woman's home companion. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jau. 
) 291 



Wool record. Jan. 25, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 

,92 

World (comic weekly). Jan. 23. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 
1898.) 293 

World (woman's). Jan. 23. 1898. (Rec'd Jau. 24, 1898.) 

29=1 

World (Sunday). Jan. 23, 1898. (Rec d Jan. 24, 1898. ) 

295 



H. &H. E.Law, 

San Francisco, Cal. 

Fashion co., New York. 

Electrical pub. co., Chicago. 

Mast, Crowell & Kirkpat- 
rick, Springfield, Ohio. 

Wool record pub. co., 

New York. 



New York. 



I a ii. 23. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
296 



World's Sunday magazine 

24.1898.) 

World, Jan. 22, 1898. ( Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898) 297 

Jan. 24, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898) !i>98 

Jan.25.1898. (Rec'd Jan. 25. 1898) 299 

Jan. 26, 1898. ( Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898) 300 

Jan. 27, 1898. ( Rec'd Jan. 27. 1898) 301 

Jan. 28, 1898. ; Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898) 302 

Jan. 29. 1898. ( Rec'd Jan. 29. 1898) 303 

Yale law journal. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 

304 

Young people's lesson quarterly. Jan., Feb., Mar., 
1898. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 305 

Young people's weekly. Feb. 6, 1898. ( Rec'd Jan. 28, 
1898.) 306 

Youth's companion. Jan. 27. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 
1898.) 307 



Press pub. co. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Do 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Yale law school. 

New Haven, Conn. 

Laura Dysung, 

Akron. Ohio. 

1 >avid C. Cook pub. co., 

Elffin.IlB 






Perry Mason & co. 



Boston. 



IV. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COL4 
LECTIONS OF MUSIC. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Acndemy church music, no. 24. Hook of psalms, Academy of the new church, 
[n.i.] (1898,no.7970. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 1 Philadelphia 

Adam missed it. Written and composed by Chas Francis, Day & Hunter, 



(1898. 



London. England 



Osborne. London, Francis, Dav & Hunter 

no. 8757. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 

After so long. Song in C. (Original.) Words by J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 
Clifton Bingham. Music by Frederick Bevan. Lon- London, W., England, 

don, W., J. B. Cramer & co., ltd. (1X98, no. 7111. 
Rec'd Jan. 24. 1898.) 3 



— Song in 1). Words by Clifton Bingham. Music 
by Frederick Bevan. London, W., J. 15. Cramer & co. , 
ltd. (1898,no.74t5. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1X9X.) 4 



Do. 



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Titles. 



Copyright Proprietor.* 



Aint yo' eomin' roun' to see me any mo'.' Words by 
Karle Remington. Music by Arthur Gillespie. New 
York. M. Witmark & sons/ (1898. no. 8139. Eec'd 
Jan. 27, 1898.) 5 

All to thee. N.A.McA. Rev. N. A. McAulay. [Mixed 
voices.] [n. i.] (1897, no. 70999. Eec'd Jan. 24, 
1898.) 6 

Am springbrunnen. (At the fountain.) Piano solo. 
Par Erik Mever-Helmund. Leipzig. Bosworth Sc co. 
(Eec'd Jan. 28. 1898.) 7 

American beauties. March. Two-step. For piano. 
Composed by Chas. Edwin Barry. Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Central music pub. co. (Eec'd Jan. 27. 1898.) 8 



Ida M. Budd. Oran 
[n. L] (1897, no. 71006. 



Williams. 
Eec'd Jan. 



Are we willing ? 
[Mixed voices.] 
24.1898.) 9 

Arioso from La Morte de Jeanne d'Arc. By Bemberg. 
.Eolian grand, no. 30365, [n. L] (1897, no. 64930. 
Eec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 10 

Ataka('L). Danse japonaise. Pour piano par Leonard 
Gautier. London. Augener & co. (1898, no. 7838. 
Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 11 

Auf Capri. Tarantella. Piano. Solo par Willi. Alet- 

ter. Leipzig, Bosworth & co. (Eec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 

12 

Auf dem glinseanger. (On the meadow.) (Johannes 
Trojan.) no. 4. F dur. Fiir eine singstimme, mit 
begieitung des pianoforte. English version by 
Dorothea Boettcher. Componirt von Eugen Hil- 
dach. op. 21. [Fiinf kinderlieder.J Magdeburg, 
Heinrichshofen's verlag. (1898, no. 8025. Eec'd 
Jan. 27, 1898.) 13 

G dur. Fiir eine singstimme, mit begieitung des 

pianoforte. English version by Dorothea Boettcher. 
Componirt von Eugen Hildach. op. 21. [Fiinf kin- 
derlieder.] Magdeburg, Heinrichskoferi's verlag. 
(1898. no. 8024. Eec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 14 

Auf dem zaun. (On the fence.) (Johannes Trojan.) 
no. 2. Es dur. Fiir eine singstimme, mit begiei- 
tung des pianoforte. English version by Dorothea 
Boettcher. Componirt von Eugen Hildach. op. 21. 
[Fiinf kinderlieder.] Magdeburg, Heinrichshofen's 
verlag. (1898, no. 8028. Eec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 15 

F dur. Fiir eine singstimme, mit begieitung des 

pianoforte. English version by Dorothea Boettcher. 
Componirt von Eugen Hildach. op. 21. [Fiinf kin- 
derlieder.] Magdeburg, Heinrichshofen's verlag. 
(1898, no. 8029. Eec'd Jan. 27, 1898. ) 16 

G dur. Fiir eine singstimme, mit begieitung des 

pianoforte. English version by Dorothea Boettcher. 
Componirt von Eugen Hildach. op. 21. [Fiinf kin- 
derlieder.] Magdeburg, Heinrichshofen's verlag. 
(1898, no. 8027. Eec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 17 

Aus seliger zeit. Idylle imlandlerstyl. Yon Otto von 
Walden. op. 61. Arranged von J. H. Matthey. Fiir 
2 solo-violinen, mit begieitung von streich-instru- 
menten. Leipzig, Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann. (1898, 
no. 7846. Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 18 

15055— Vol. 14, Ko. 4 3 



M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 



Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 



Bosworth & co., 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Central music pub. co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 



Herbert J. Chase (supt.), 

Meriden, Conn. 

Augener & co., 

London, England. 

Bosworth & co., 

Leipzig, Germany. 

Heinrichshofen's verlag, 

Magdeburg. Germanv. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



262 

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Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Barbiere (II) di Seviglia. (The "barber of Seville.) 
Opera. By G. Rossini. Selections for the pianoforte. 
Arranged by Max Spieker. New York, G. Scbirmer. 
(1898, no. 4831. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 19 

Barcarole. Napolitaine. Piano solo. Par Erik Meyer- 
Helmund. Leipzig, Bosworth & co. (Rec'd Jan. 
28, 1898.) 20 

Beatrice May waltz. Composed by Arthur W. Wills. 
[For piano.] [n. i.] (1898, no. 7066. Rec'd Jan. 
28,1898.) 21 

Benedicite omnia opera, (no. 5.) Composed by Caleb 
Simper. [For mixed voices.] London, Weekes & 
co. (1898, no. 8487. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 22 

Berceuse, from " Jocelyn." (Benjamin Godard.) Tran- 
scribed for the organ by Samuel P.Warren. New 
York, G. Schirmer. (1898, no. 4836. Rec'd Jan. 24, 
1898.) 23 

Betrothal waltzes. By Paul B. Armstrong. [For 
piano.] New York, M. Witmark & sons. (1898, no. 
8140. Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 24 

Black (The) "K. P.'s" march song. Words and music 
by Hillman and Perrin. New York, M. Witmark & 
sons. (1898, no. 8137. Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 25 

Blumen und liebe. Walzer. Nach der motiven der 
operette "Die Pariserin." Yon Franz von Suppe. 
Arrangement von Rud. Raimann. Fiir clavier a 2 
ms. Leipzig, Josef Weinberger. (1898, no. 7845. 
Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898. ) 26 

Bohemian march. By W. A. Raboch. [For piano.] 
New York, Wen zel A. Raboch. (Received Jan. 25, 
1898.) 27 

"Bombasto." March. (Two-step.) For the piano- 
forte, by O. R. Farrar. New York, Carl Fischer. 
(1898, no. 8710. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898. ) 28 

Bovnton beach march. Popper, no. 1565. [Musical 
chart.] [n.i.] (1898, no. 7533. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 

29 

Breaking the ties of home. Song and chorus. Com- 
posed by Joe Newman. Denver, Colo., Joseph New- 
man. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 30 

Build on the rock. Words by Mrs. W. J. Kennedy. 
Music by W. S. Nickle. [Mixed voices.] [n. i.] 
(1898, no. 7989. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 31 

Butterfly (The) waltzes. By C. H. R. Marriott. [For 
orchestra.] Boston, Cundy music co. (1898, no. 
7783. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.)' 32 

Campus march. By Paul Cohn. [For piano.] New 
York, M. Witmark & sons. (1898, no. 8143. Rec'd 
Jan. 27, 1898 ) 33 

Carolene. A lover's last farewell. Words and music 
by Laura F. Genth. Philadelphia, L. F. Genth. 
(Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 34 

Castle (The) march. For pianoforte. By George I Jar- 
ton. London, Weekes & co. (1898, no. 8486. Rec'd 
Jan. 24, 1898.) 35 

Causerie. Piano solo par Erik Mever-Helmund. 
Leipzig, Bosworth & co. (Rec'd Jan/28, 1898.) 36 



G. Schirmer, New York. 



Bosworth & co., 

Leipzig, Germany. 

Arthur W. Wills, 

Tacoma, Wash. 



Caleb Simper, 

Barnstaple, England. 

G. Schirmer, New York. 



M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 



Do. 



Josef Weinberger, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Wen zel A. Raboch, 

New York. 

Carl Fischer, New York. 



Regina music box co., 

Rakway N. J. 

Joseph Newman, 

Denver, Colo. 






W. S. Nickle, 



Chicago. 



Cundy music co., Boston. 



M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 



Laura F. Genth, 

Philadelphia. 

George Barton, 

Blackburn, England. 

Bosworth & co., 

Leipzig, Germany. 



263 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— CONTINUED, 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Charity ball. March and two-step. By Louis C. 
Toepel. [For piano.] Lansing, Mich., Holmes 
pub. co. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 37 

Christian's (The) hope. Words by Mrs. W. J. Ken- 
nedy. Music by W. S. Nickle. [Mixed voices.] 
[n. 1.] (1898, no. 7981. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 38 

Church hymns and gospel songs. By Ira D. Sankey, 
James McGranahan, Geo. C. Stebbins. New York, 
Biglow £ Main co., [n. d.] (1898, no. 6058. Kec'd 
Jan. 28, 1898.) 39 

Clara. Polka tzigane. Pour piano seul. ParE.Mez- 
zacapo. Paris," E. Gaudet. (1898, no. 7416. Rec'd 
Jan. 24, 1898.) 40 

Columbian (The) naval review. Song. Words by 
A. D. and H. T. B. Music bv E. A. Brown. Boston, 
H.T.Brown. (1898, no. 7893. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 

41 

Cotton blossoms march comique. By Milt. H. Hall. 
For mandolin solo. Cincinnati, John Church co. 
(1898, no. 8148. Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 42 

For 2 mandolins, guitar, and piano. Cincinnati, 

John Church co. (1898, no. 8149. Rec'd Jan. 27, 
1898.) 43 

Country-fair waltz, no. 1562. [Musical chart.] [n. i.] 
(1898J no. 7535. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 44 

Crowned with glorv. Words by E. A. Hoffman. Music 
by W. S. Nickle. ' [Mixed voices.] [n. i.] (1898, no. 
7991. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 45 

Crowning theme. [Hymns.] For Sunday schools, 
singing schools, conventions, and revivals, etc. By 
H.N.Lincoln. Dallas, Tex., Song-Land co. (1898, 
no. 8163. Rec'd Jan. 28, 18980 46 

Cumberland '61. March and two-step. By Geo. J. 
Trinkaus. [For piano.] New York, M. Witmark & 
sons. (1898, no. 8142. Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 47 

Daisy's (The) secret. Song. Words by H. R. Remsen. 

Music by A. L. Barnes. Low voice. New York, 

Edward Schuberth & co. (1898, no. 7740. Rec'd 

Jan. 25, 1898.) 48 

Damon. Lesginka. Bv Rubinstein. iEolian grand 
no. 30362. [n. i.] (1897, no. 63523. Rec'd Jan. 27, 
1898.) 49 

Danses flamandes. (Ylaamscke dansen.) Pour grand 
orchestre. Par Jan Blockx. op. 26, no. 1. Paris, 
Heugeletcie. (1898, no.7418. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 50 

no. 2. Paris, Heugel et cie. (1898, no. 7419. 

Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 51 

no. 3. Paris, Heugel et cie. (lf^98, no. 7417. 

Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 52 

no. 4. Paris. Heugel et cie. (1898, no. 7420. 

Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 53 

no. 5. Paris, Heugel et cie. (1898, no. 7421. 

Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898,) 54 



Holmes pub. co., 

Lansing, Mich. 



W. S. Nickle. Chicago. 



Biglow & Main co., 

New York. 



E. Mezzacapo, 



Paris, France. 



E. A. Brown, 

Winchester, Mass. 



John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
I - 

Do. 



Regina music box co., 

Rah way, N, J. 

W. S. Nickle, Chicago. 



H. N. Lincoln, Dallas, Tex. 



M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 



Edward Schuberth & co., 
New York. 



Herbert J. Chase (supt.), 

Meriden, Conn. 



Heugel et cie, 



Paris, France. 



Dark (A) town two-step. 
Arthur W. Pry or, [n. i."| 
Jan. 25, 1898.) 



Southern blossoms. By 

'1898, no. 7733. Rec'd 

55 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Pryor & Higgins, 



New York. 



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Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Dawson (The) city dude march. By Harry W. Jones. 
For piano. Chicago, Medberv music co. (1897, no. 
67387. Eec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) " 56 

Day (The) is cold. Song for bass or contralto. Words 
by Longfellow. Music by B. Goldbeck. Cleveland, 
S. Braiuard's sons. (1898, no. 8154. Eec'd Jan. 12, 
1898.) 57 

Days (The) of long ago. (Les vieux temps passes.) 
Intermezzo. By Charles Bensley. For piano. Lon- 
don. Hawkes & son. (1898, no. 8765. Eec'd Jan. 
29, ±898.) 58 

Dearest eyes. Song. "Words by Percy Pinkerton. 
Music by Emilio Pizzi. London, E. Ascherberg & 
co. (1898, no. 8504. Eec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) "59 

Do your honey do. Comical coon song. By Theo. A. 
Metz. New York, Metz music co. (1898, no. 7967. 
Eec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 60 

Doan't fo'git yo' honey lor. Words and music by 
C. W. Vining. Minneapolis, Minn., Charles Vining 
White. (1898, no. 8729. Eec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 61 

Don't be woozy. Song and chorus. Words by Edgar 
Selden. Music by Chas. B. Lawlor. New York, 
Howley, Haviland & co. (Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 62 

Don't forget the old friends. Words by Carl Pentz. 
Music by E. C. Bender. York, Pa., E. 0. Bender. 
(1898, no. 7738. Eec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 63 

Don't send the organ man away. Song and chorus. 
Words by Kate O'Eourke. Music by E. Nattes. New- 
York, M. Witmark & sons. (1898^ no. 8144. Eec'd 
Jan. 27, 1898.) 64 

Down by the old school well. Words by Kate T. 
McLoughlin. Music by Chas. Neilson. Kansas City, 
Mo.. Carl Hoffman. (1898, no. 8542. Eec'd Jan. 29. 
1898.) 65 

Dream (A) of love. AYords and music by Clifford 
Elizabeth Williams. For mezzo-soprano in G flat. 
Philadelphia, Hatch music co. (1898, no. 11550. 
Eec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 66 

Easter day. Festival anthem, no. 1926. Solo and 
chorus, with accompaniment for violin, harp, and 
organ. By C. A. Havens, op. 187. Cincinnati, 
John Church co. (1898, no. 8150. Eec'd Jan. 27, 
1898.) 67 

Easter (The) message. A service for the Sunday school. 
Prepared by J. E. Murray. Cincinnati, John Church 
co. (1898,no.8152. Eec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 68 

Eglantine. Easy piece for piano, four hands. Care- 
fully revised and fingered by Bernhard Wolff, op. 
192, no. 7. Philadelphia, Hatch music co. (1898, 
no. 11069. Eec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 69 

Electric (The) wave march. For piano. By O. E. Sut- 
ton. Arranged by E. H. Ferguson for 1st and 2d 
banjos. Eochester, N. Y., Eochester music pub. co. 
(1898, no. 8195. Eec'd Jan. 27, 1898. ) 70 

1st and 2d mandolins and guitar. Eochester, 

N. Y., Eochester music pub. co. (1898, no. 8193. 
Eec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 71 



Harry W. Jones, Chicago. 



Eobt, Goldbeck, 

United States. 



Hawkes & son, 

London. England. 



E. Ascherberg & co., 

London, England. 

Theo. A. Metz, New York. 



Charles Yining White, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Howley, Haviland & co., 

New York. 



E. C. Bender, York, Pa. 



M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 



Carl Hoffman, 

Kansas City, Mo. 



Mrs. Clifford Elizabeth Wil- 
liams. 



John Church co., 

Cincinnati, O. 



Do. 



Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 



O. E. Sutton, 

Eochester, N. Y. 



Do. 



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Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



E's making a great mistake. Written and composed 
by Frank Leo. London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 
(1898, no. 8755. Eec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 72 



Eternal goodness. 
[Mixed voices.] 
24,1898.) 



John G. Whittier. Oran Williams. 
[n.i.] (1897, no. 71003. Eec'd Jan. 

73 



Eureka club march. For piano. By O. E. Sutton. Ar- 
ranged by E. H. Ferguson for 1st and 2d mandolins 
and guitar. Eocbester, N. Y., Eocbester music pub. 
co. (1898, no. 8192. Eec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 71 

Two-step. By 0. E. Sutton. Piano solo. Eocbes- 
ter, N. Y., Eocbester music pub. co. (1898, no. 7223. 
Eec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 75 

Every nigbt tbere's a ligbt. Song and refrain. Words 
and music bv Paul Dresser. New York, Howley, 
Havilaud & co. (Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 76 

Ev'ry coon bas got tbe wbite fever now. By Stewart 
& Estrem. [n.i.] (1898, no. 7963. Eec'd Jan. 26, 
1898.) 77 

Extasis. Eomanza sin palabras. Para violoncello y 
piano. Por V. Mafias. Yergara, Mexico, Otto y 



Arzos. (1898,no.7841. Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 



78 



Fascinator (Tbe) two-step. March. By W. Eugene 
Page. Arranged bv Harrv H. Zickel. Detroit, Mich., 
Zickelbros. (1898,'no. 7891. Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 79 

Fatal (Tbe) curse. Words and music by Joseph Shar- 
pies, jr. [n.i.] (1898,no.8082. Eec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 

80 

Festival march and hymn to liberty. By Hugo Kaun. 
op. 29. Arrangement for piano, 4 hands. Milwaukee, 
Wis., William Kaun. (1898, no. 7227. Eec'd Jan. 22, 
1898.) 81 

loth regiment, N. G. P. Two-step. By E. Otto Davis. 
[For piano.] Butler, Pa.. U. S. standard music co., 
ltd. (1898, no. 8083. Eec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 82 

Fighting (The) temeraire. Song. Words from ("Ad- 
mirals all")- By Henry Newbolt. Music by F.Pascal. 
London, Joseph Williams. (1898, no. 7673. Eec'd 
Jan. 25, 1898.) 83 

42d regiment march. Guitar solo. Bv E. E. Dav. 
Boston, Walter Jacobs. (1898, no. 7638": Eec'd Jan. 

24,1898.) 84 

French (The) maid galop. On airs from the popular 
musical comedy. Composed by Walter Slaughter. 
Arranged bv Eoland Black. For piano solo. Lon- 
don, E. Ascherberg & co. (1898, no. 8502. Eec'd Jan. 
29,1898.) 85 

French (The) maid polka. On airs from the popular 
musical comedy. Composed by Walter Slaughter. 
Arranged bv Eoland Black. Fir piano solo. Lon- 
don, E. Ascherberg & co. (1898, no. 8503. Eec'd Jan. 
29,1898.) 86 

Friiblingsahnung. (Spring's return.) Melodie. Yon 
S. Trauslateur. op. 74. For piano.- Leipzig, Bos- 
worth & co. (Eec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 87 



Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London, England. 

Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 



O. E. Sutton, 



Eocbester, N. Y. 



Do. 



Howley, Haviland & co., 

New York. 



F. A. Mills, New York. 



Breitkopf & H artel, 

New York. 



Zickel bros. 



Detroit, Mich. 



Joseph Sharpies, jr., 

Pawtucket, E, I. 



Hugo Kaun 



Milwaukee, Wis. 



E. Otto Davis, 

United States. 



Joseph Williams, 

London, England. 



Walter Jacobs, Boston. 



E. Ascherberg & co., 



Do. 



Bosworth & co., 

Leipzig, Germany. 



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Garde (La) d'konneur. Marehe. Pour piano. Par 
Leonard Gautier. [Oeuvrechoisiesno. 19.] London. 
Augener & co. (1898. no. 7840. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 

88 

Gavotte elegante. For the pianoforte. By Charles P. 
Scott, op. 10, no. 2. Boston, Arthur *P. Schmidt. 
(1898. no. 7612. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 89 

Gipsy (The) girl. (Die Zigeunerin.) Easy piece for 
piano. 1 hands. Carefully revised and hngered. Bv 
Bernhard Wolff, op. 192. no. 8. Philadelphia. Hatch 
music co. (1898, no. 11071. Rec'd Jan. 29. 1898. ) 90 

Girl (The) who will always he true. Words and music 
hv Chas. Graham. Brooklyn. Popular music co. 
(1898. no. 7636. Rec'd Jan. 27. 1898.) 91 



Give Cinda the cake. 
by George Graham. 
York, Metz music co. 
1898.) 



Song and cake-walk. Words 

Music hy Theo. A. Metz. New 

(1898, no. 7969. Rec'd Jan. 25, 

92 

Give more time to prayer. Words hv E. A. H. Music 
hv Elisha A. Hoffman. [Mixed voices.] [n.i.] (1898, 
no. 7987. Rec'd Jan. 26. 1898.) 93 

Gondoliera Veneziana. Piano solo par Erik Meyer- 
Helmund. Leipzig, Bosworth & co. (Rec'd Jan. 
28,1898.) 91 

Gridiron (The) march. By Arthur Pryor. Arranged 
hy Wm. C. Stahl for 2 mandolins and guitar. Piano 
ace. Arranged hy E. Hahn. St. Joseph, Mo., Brokaw 
music pub. co. " (1898. no. 8372. Rec'd Jan. 28, 
1898.) 95 

Grisette. Words hy Jean C. Harez. Music hy A. B. 
Sloane. New York. M. Witniark & sons. (189s.no. 
8115. Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 96 

Guinea (The) hamper. Written by G. 1'. Huntley. Com- 
posed hy H. C. Barrv. Loudon. Francis. Dav & 

Hunter/ (1898, no. 87o4. Rec'd Jan. 29, 18980 " 97 

Have faith in God. E. E. Hewitt: Geo. F. Rosche. 
Duet, [n.i.] (1898, no. 7611. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 98 

Hear the call. Words and music by Rev. S. Monroe 
Van Sant. [For mixed voices.] [n.i.] (1898.no. 
8136. Rec'd Jan. 29. 1898.) 99 

Heart, (The) or where Boh struck Jim. Words and 
music hy W. A. Billings. Chicago, Chicago music 
co. (1898,no.8377. Rec'd Jan. 28. 1898.) ' 100 

Hero (The) of the north. (Le hcros du nord.) March. 
By Gustav Howig. For piano. London. Hawkes 
& son. (1898.iio.8761. Rec'd Jan. 29. 1898.) 101 

Hope (The) of the morrow. Song and chorus. Words 
and music hy James C. Dunn." Quincy. Mass.. J. C. 
Dunn. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 102 

Hour (The) of rest. Song in A. Words hv Clifton 
Bingham. Music hy Tito Mattei. London, W., J. B. 
Cramer & co., ltd. (1898, no. 7112. Rec'd .Jan. 24, 
1898.) 103 

in F. (Original.) Words hy Clifton Bingham. 

Music hy Tito Mattei. London. W.. .1. ]',. Cramer 
& co., ltd. (1898, no. 7114. Rec'd Jan. 24. 1898.) 104 



Augener A: co.. 

London. England. 



Arthur P. Schmidt. Boston. 



Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 



Popular music co.. 

New York. 

Theo. A. Metz. New York. 
W. S. Nickle. Chicago. 



Bosworth A co.. 

Leipzig, Germany. 

Chas. O. Brokaw, 

St. Joseph. Mo. 



M. Witniark & sons. 

New York. 

Francis, Day A- Hunter, 

London, England. 

Geo. F. Rosche, Chicago. 

S. Monroe Yan Sant. 

Seahright, N. J. 

W. A. Billings. 

Wetmore. Kaus 



Hawkes A sou, 

London, England. 

James C. Dunn, 

Quincy. Mass. 

J. B. Cramer A: CO., ltd., 



Do. 



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Titles. 



Hour (The) of rest. Song in G. Words by Clifton 
Bingham. Music by Tito Mattei. London, W., J. B. 
Cramer & co., ltd. (1898, no. 7413. Eec'd Jan. 24, 
1898.) 105 

How I love my Lu. "Words by Edgar Smith and Louis 
De Lange. Music by John Stromberg. New York, 
Jos. W. "Stern & co. (1898, no. 3350. Eec'd Jan. 25, 
1898.) 106 

I can never love another. Song and chorus. Com- 
posed by Edna Browning. Chicago, Thompson mu- 
sic co. (1898, no. 7350. Eec'd Jan. 24, 1898. ) 107 

I heard a voice from heaven. For use in the burial 
service. Composed by Sydney Cross, [n. i.] (1898, 
no. 7457. EecM Jan. 24, 1898.) 108 

I love thee. Words by D. F. Urbahns. Music by 
Helen S. Mohr. Fort Wayne, Ind., F. AY. Urbahns. 
(1898, no. 7889. Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 109 

I love to think of Jesus. W. A. O. W. A. Ogden. 
[Mixed voices.] [n. i.] (1897, no. 71001. Rec'd 
Jan. 24, 1898.) 110 

I only wish you'd tell me why 'tis so. Words and 
music bv Charles Graham, [n. i.] (1898, no. 7964. 
Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) Ill 

I want to go back to my home. A descriptive story 
song. Words and music by Geo. B. Chase. Chicago, 
Lyon & Healy. (1898, no. 8543. Eec'd Jan. 29, 
1898.) 112 

I will take the cup of salvation. Ida M. Budd. 
Adolph Jesreal. [Mixed voices.] [n. i.] (1897, no. 
71010. Eec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 113 

Idol's (The) eye. Waltzes. By Yictor Herbert. Ar- 
ranged by Otto Langey for orchestra. New York, 
Edward Schuberth & co. (1898, no. 8076. Eec'd 
Jan. 27, 1898.) 114 

For piano. New York, Edward Schuberth & co. 

(1898, no. 7741. Eec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 115 

If you got any sense you'll go. Song and chorus. 
Words and music by Ben Harney. New York, M. 
Witmark & sons. (1898, no. 7079. Eec'd Jan. 24, 
1898.) 116 

If you see my sweetheart. Song and chorus. Words 
and music bv Paul Dresser. New York, Howlev, 
Haviland & co. (Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 117 

II Trovatore. (Verdi.) Fantasia. For the piano- 
forte by Edvard Dorn. op. 39, no. 3. Eevised 
and fingered by A. J. Davis. New York, Carl Fischer. 
(1898, no. 8704. Eec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) ' 118 

I'm gwine to kill a coon. Words and music by Dave 
Barton. [n. i.] (1898, no. 7965. Eec'd Jan. 26, 
1898.) 119 

I'm not the girl vou loved long ago. Music bv Morris 
May. [n.i.] *(1898,iio.8133. Eec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 

120 

I'm waiting, dear Eedeemer. Eev. I. N. Eev. Isaac 
Naylor. [Mixed voices.] [n. i.] (1898, no. 7645. 
Eec'd Jan. 24, 1898. ) 121 



Copyright Proprietors. 



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London, W., England. 



Jos. W. Stern & co., 

New York. 



Thompson music co., 

Chicago. 

Svdnev Cross, New York. 



D. F. Urbahns and Helen S. 
Mohr, Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 



F. A. Mills, New York. 



Geo. B. Chase, Le Eoy, 111. 



Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 



Edward Schuberth & co., 
New York. 



Do. 

M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 



Howley, Haviland & co., 

New York. 



Carl Fischer, 



New York. 



F. A. Mills, New York. 



Do. 



Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 



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Immortal love. J. G. W. H. A. Henry. [Mixed voices.] 
[11. i.] (1897, no. 70997. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 122 

Into the calm of a country. Poem by William Tan 
Buren Thompson. Music by "William Acfield. Pougk- 
keepsie, X. Y., Duchess music co. (1898, no. 7453. 
Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 123 

I'se never gwine to lub vou any more. Song and cho- 
rus. Words by Will Waters. Music by A. E. B. 
Leonard. New York, M. Witmark & sons. (Rec'd 
Jan. 26, 1898.) 121 

Jack (The) waltz potpourri. By Sloano. ^Eolian 
grand, no. 20252. [n. i.] (1897, no. 72311. Rec'd 
Jan. 27, 1898.) 125 

Jane Magee. Words and music by C. W. Murphy. 
Manchester, Charles Price & co. (1898, no. 7835. 
Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 126 

John Bull in the china shop. Words by Albert Hall. 
Music bv Orlando Powell. London, Charles Sheard 
& co. (1898, no. 7671. Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 127 

Jolly (The) hunters. Schottische. By C. W. Knowl- 
ton. [For orchestra.] Boston. Cundv music co. 
(1898, no. 6003. Rec'd Jan. 21. 1898. ) 128 

Jolly (The) lark. Schottische. By Frank Stacy. 
Arranged bv Chas. B. de Lauo. Boston. Walter 
Jacobs. (1898, no. 7639. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 129 

Joy in soul-saviug. Words bv E. A. H. Music bv 
Elisha A. Hoffman. [Mixed voices.] [n. e.] (1898. 
no. 7986. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 130 

Jubilee march of the greater New York. By W. C. 
Parker. [For orchestra.] [n. i.] ^1898, no. 7737. 
Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 131 

Julia Arthur march, two-step. By H. Blount Wayne. 
[Forpiano.] Detroit, Mich. , William 'Walker. (1897, 
no. 66095. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898.) 132 

Julia Arthur two-step. By Marguerite Anderson. 
[For piano.] New York, Carl Fischer. (1897, no. 
69311. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 133 

Kismet. Words by M. May nard. Music by Howard 

E.Mellor. Philadelphia. James E. C'orbett & co. 
(Rec'd Jan. 27. 1898.) 131 

Kleine concert overture. By W. F. Kretsehmer. op. 
65. [For orchestra.] Ideal ed. no. 115. Boston, 
Cundy music co. (Rec'd Jan. 20. 1898.) 135 

Knocking at the door. Words by Mrs. W. J . Kennedy. 

[Mixed voices.] [n. i.] 
136 



Music bv W. S. Xickle. 

(1898, no. 7983. Rec'd Jan. 26, 189B.) 

Legend. (Marcken.) Easy piece for piano. Four 
hands. Carefully revised and lingered bv Bernhard 
Wolff, op. 192, no. 1. Philadelphia. Hatch music 
co. (1898, no. 11066. Rec'd Jan. 29. 1898.) 137 

Legend (The)of St. Christopher. A dramatic oratorio 
for solo voices, chorus, orchestra, and organ. The 
verse by Isabella Parker. The music by Horatio 
rker. op. 13. [Ed. for piano with local score.] 

■o. (189S, 



Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

Thompson & Acfield, 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y., and 
London, England. 

M. Witmark & sons., 

New York. 



Herbert J. Chase (supt.), 
Meriden. Conn. 



Charles Price & co., 



Charles Sheard & co., 

London, England. 

Cundy music co., Boston. 



Walter Jacobs, Boston, 



W. S. Xickle, Chicago. 



K. Dehnhoff, Xew York. 



William Walker, 

Detroit, Mich. 

Carl Fischer, Xew York. 



James E. C'orbett & co., 

Philadelphia. 

Cundy music co., Boston. 



W. s. Xickle, Chicago. 



Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 



Xovello, Ewer & co., 

Xew York 



for _ 
London and Xew York ; Xovello, Ewer & 



no. S593. Rec'd Jan. 29, 189s. ) 



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Legende. (A fairy tale.) Piano solo par Erik Meyer- 
Helmund. Leipzig, Bosworth & co. (Eec'd Jan. 

28, 1898.) 139 

Lesson (A) with the fan. Song. Words by A. C. 
Music by Guy D'Hardelot. London W., Chappell cV 

co. (1898, no. 8161. Eec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 110 

Let in dis little coon. Words and music by L. Bruin- 
inger Ellis. Stevens Point, Wis., Mrs. L. B. E. Wad- 
leigh. (1898, no. 8073. Eec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 141 

Let me sing the story. E. A. H. Eev. E. A. Hoffman. 
[Mixed voices.] *[n. L] (1897, no. 70998. Eec'd 
Jan. 24, 1898.) 142 

Limpin Kate. Vocal ragged two-step. By E. Miller 
G.Jefferson. [Piano and voice.] [n. i.] (1898, no. 
8199. Eec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 143 

Little (A) child once found a bed. [Sunday school 
hvmn, mixed voices.] [n. L] (1898, no. 68623. 
Eec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 144 

Little (The) red ribbon she wore in her hair. Words 
by Samuel Minturn Peck. Music by John J. 
Mclntvre. New York. D. Miiller. (1898, no. 9083. 
Eec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 145 

Little yaller boy. Negro song. Words by Hugh 
Morton. Music by Gustave Kerker. [n. i.] (1898, 
no. 8596. Eec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 146 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Bosworth & co., 

Leipzig. Germany. 



Chappell & co., 

London W., Ens-land. 



Mrs.L. B.E.Wadleigh, 

Stevens Point, Wis. 

Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 



R. Miller G. Jefferson, 

Providence, R. I. 

Gospel music pub. co., 

Baltimore, Md. 

D. Miiller, New York. 



T. B. Harms & co., 

New York, 



Living, walking, working. N. A. McA. 
McAulev. [Mixed voices.] [n. i.] 
71002. Eec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 



Eev. N. A. Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 
(1897, no. 
147 



Words by Mrs. W. J. Kennedy. 
Nickle. [Mixed voices.] [n. i.] 
Rec'dJan. 26, 1898.) 148 



W. S. Nickle, Chicago. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



John F. Ellis & co., 

Washington, D. C. 



Longing for rest. 
Music by W. S. 
(1898, no. 7990. 

Lord (The) hath chosen. Sion. Anthem for mixed 
voices and organ accompaniment. By W. Wolsten- 
holme. Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. (1898. no. 
8493. Eec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) " 149 

Lotus (The) flower. Contralto or bass in D. Words 
by H. Heine. Music by Dr. Francis P. Hamlet. 
Washington, D. C, John F. Ellis & co. (1898,. no. I 

8370. Eec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 150 

Love abiding. Words by Walter Burges Smith. Mu- i Jules Jordan and Walter 
sic by Jules Jordan. Providence, R. I., E. G. Burges Smith, 
Billings. (1898, no. 7897. Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 151 United States. 

Love thoughts waltz. By Arthur Pry or. Arranged by Chas. O. Brokaw, 
Wm. C. Stahl for 2 mandolins and guitar. St. St. Joseph, Mo. 

Joseph, Mo., Brokaw music pub. co. (1898, no. 

8371. Eec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 152 



Love's first kiss. Words by George Cooper. Music F. A. Mills, 
by Alfred C. Marks, [n. i.] (1898, no. 7962. Eec'd 
Jan. 26, 1898.) 153 



New York. 



Lustige (Das) paar. (The merry couple.) (Julius Loh- 
ineyer.), no. 5. A dur. fiir eine singstimme mit I 
begleitung des pianoforte. English version by I 
Dorothea Boettcher. Componirt von Eugen Hil- 
dach. op. 21. [Fiinf kinderlieder.] Magdeburg, I 
Heinrichshofen's verlag. (1898, no. 8021. Eec'd 
Jan. 27, 1898.) 154 



Heinrichshofen's verlag, 
Magdeburg, Germany 



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Lustige (Das) paar. (The merry couple.) (Julias Loh- 
meyer.) uo. 5. F dur. fur eine singstimrne mit beg- 
leitung des pianoforte. English version by Dorothea 
Boettcher. Componirt von Eugen Hildach. op. 21. 
[Fiinf kinderlieder.] Magdeburg, Heinrichshofen's 
verlag. (1898, no. 8022. Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 155 

no. 5. G dur. fiir eine singstinirne mit begleitung 

des pianoforte. English version by Dorothea Boett- 
cher. Componirt von Eugen Hildach. op. 21. 
[Fiinf kinderlieder.] Magdeburg, Heinrichshofen's 
verlag. (1898, no. 8023. Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 156 

Ma paid pa. Written and composed by Chas. Collins 
and Fred. J. Barnes. London, Francis, Dav & Hun- 
ter. (1898,no.8753. Eec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 157 

McBride (The) A. M. D. G. choral book. Compiled 
by Teaching Sisters. Akron, Ohio, D. H. McBride 
& co., [n. d.] (1898, no. 8016. Eec'd Jan. 27, 

1898.) 158 



Maiden's (A) dream. Waltz, 
phrased by Adolf Brune. 
Chicago, H. F. Chandler. 
Jan. 24, 1898.) 



Forpiano. Fingered and 

Composed bv Niu-Va. 

(1898. no. 7529. Eec'd 

159 



Major Eaymond march. Composed by George R. 
Matthews, op. 12. [Forpiano.] Worcester, Mass., 
George E. Matthews. (1897, no. 67726. Eec'd Jan. 
24, 1898.) 160 

Hanover, M arson. Xach niotiven der operette " Die 
Pariserin" von Franz von Suppe. Arrangirt von 
Eud. Eaimann. Forpiano. Leipzig, Josef Wein- 
berger. (1898, no. 7812. Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 

161 

Marche d'Auvergne. Paroles de Leon Durocher. 
Musique de Louis Ganne. Paris, Enoch & cie. 
(1898, no. 8492. Eec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 162 

Marine Arion band march. Composed bv O. A. Kir- 
cheis. Forpiano. [n.i.] (1898, no. 8i97. Eec'd 
Jan. 27, 1898.) 163 

Mattinata. no. 2 in G. English words by Mowbray 
Marras. Italian words by Enrico Pan zacchi. Music 
by F. Paolo Tosti. New York. Boose v & co. (1898, 
no. 7458. Eec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) ' 164 

Mayflower song. For pianoforte. By C. W. Krog- 
mann. [Souvenirs de melodie.J Boston, White- 
Smith music pub. co. (1898, no. 7789. Rec'd Jan. 
25,1898.) 165 

Mein schonster traum. Salonstiick. Von S., transla- 
teur. op. 75. Piano solo. Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 
(Eec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 166 

Menuett in G. Piano solo. Par Wilh. Aletter. Leip- 
zig, Bosworth *fc co. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 167 

Message (The) of May. (Yerheissung.) Song. Eng- 
lish words by Percy Pinkerton. German words by 
Julius Gersdorff. Music by Erik Meyer-Helmund. 
Leipzig, Bosworth & co. * (1898, no.' 7408. Rec'd 
Jan. 24, 1898.) 168 

Michigan club two-step. By L. Lipschitz. yEolian 
grand, no. 20253. [n. i.] (1898, no. 4276. Rec'd 
Jan. 27, 1898.) 169 



Heinrichshofen's verlag, 

Magdeburg, Germany. 



Do. 



Francis, Day &. Hunter, 

London, England. 



D. H. McBride, 



Akron, Ohio. 



H. F. Chandler, Chicago. 



G. R. 



Matthews, 

Worcester, Mass. 



Josef Weinberger, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Enoch & cie., 

Paris, France. 

O. A. Kircheis, Marine, 111. 
Boosey & co., New York. 

White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 



Bosworth & co., 

Leipzig, Germany. 

Do. 

Do. 



Herbert J. Chase, 

Meriden. Conn. 



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Mignonette. Morcean. Piano solo. Par Willi. Aletter. 
Leipzig, Bos worth & co. (Ree'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 170 

Miser (The). AVritten by Albert Hall. Composed 
by Orlando Powell. London, Charles Sheard & co. 
(1898, no. 7837. Rec'd Jan. 25. 1898.) 171 

Mr. McCann; or, the self-made man. Written by Ed- 
gar Smith and Lonis De Lange. Composed by John 
Stromberg. New York, Jos. W. Stern & co. (1898, 
no.3349. Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 172 

Mother s (A) blessing in the letter to her boy. By T. 
Bartlev McGnire. [Vocal.] [n.i.] (1898. no. 8131. 
Rec'd Jan. 28. 1898.) 173 

Mt. Shasta march. Bv W. A. Eames. For piano solo. 
Oakland, Cal., W. A". Eames. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 

171 

My girl's dad. Song and chorus. Words by George 
Starr. Music by Hattie Starr. New York^ M. Wit- 
mark & sons. (1897, no. 63951. Rec'd Jan. 27, 
1898.) 175 

My strength and stay. John G. Whittier. Oran Will- 
iams. "[Mixed voices.] [n. i.] (1897. no. 71005. 
Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 176 

Nansen march. Two-step. By C. Y. Sponsler. Ar- 
ranged by M. A. Althouse, for [brass and reed 
band.] Reading, Pa., J. S. Althouse. (1898, no. 
2145. Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 177 ' 

Nellie who rides the green bike. Song and chorus. 
Words and music by Leroy Diddie. Chicago, 
Thompson music co. (1898, no. 7349. Rec'd Jan. 
24, 1898.) 178 

New (Tlie) Columbia wheel. Song and chorus. 
Words and music by James C. Dunn. Quincy, 
Mass., J. C. Dunn. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898) 179 

New (A) method for the pianoforte. By James Bel- 
lak. [Music book.] New York, Hamilton S. Gor- 
don. (1897, no. 70662. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 180 

Nigger, I never loved you no how. Song. Words 
and music bv Ross Gilfillan. New York, "George L. 
Spauldiug. "(1898, no. 3767. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 

181 

Ninth concerto. By Ch. de Beriot. o}!. 104. For 
violin and piano. Revised and fingered by Gustav i 
Saenger. New York, Carl Fischer. (1898, no. 8705. I 
Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 182 

Norembega march. By R. B. Hall. Arranged Jby W. j 
R. Stobbe for 2 mandolins, guitar, and piano.' Phil- 
adelphia, Harry Coleman. (1898, no. 8134. Rec'd 
Jan. 27. 1898.) ' 183 

Novelette. Pianoforte solo. Composed by John Fran- 
cis Barnett. London, Augener & co. (1898, no. 7839. 
Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) - 184 

Noveletteromantique. For the pianoforte. By Charles 
P. Scott, op. 10. no. 1. Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. 
(1898, no. 7641. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898. ) 185 

O God, thou art my God. Anthem. For tenor and 
soprano. Solos and chorus. Composed by Bertram 
Luard Selbv. London and New York, Novello, Ewer 
&co. (1898, no. 7456. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 186 ; 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Bosworth & co., 

Leipzig, Germany. 

Chas. Sheard & co., 

London, England. 



Jos. W. Stern & co., 

New York. 



T. Bartley McGuire, 

Providence. R. I. 



W. A. Eames, 



Oakland, Cal. 



M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 



Chas. H. Gabriel, 



Chicago. 



S. Althouse & co., 

Reading, Pa. 



Thompson music co., 

Chicago. 



James C. Dunn, 

Quincy, Mass. 

Charles E. and Leopold W. 
Bellak and others. 

New York. 

George L. Spauldiug, 

New York. 



Carl Fischer, New York. 



Harry Coleman, 

Philadelphia. 



Augener & co., 

London, England. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



Novello, Ewer & co., 

New York. 



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Titles. 



O moonlight, deep and tender. For tenor or soprano, 
no. 4. Words by James R. Lowell. Music by R. 
Goldbeck. Chicago, S. BrainarcVs sons. (1898, no. 
7790. Rec'd Jan. 12, 1898.) 187 

Office for the holy communion. A devotional setting 
inD. Composed by Caleb Simper. London, Weekes 
& co. (1898, no. 8488. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898. ) 188 

Old Bill Jones. Words and music by Lew Sully. 
New York, Howley, Haviland & co. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 
1898.) 189 

Old boating song. Words by Mrs. H. W. Daniels. 
Music by Hattie Daniels. Philadelphia, Hatch music 
co. (1898, no. 8200. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 190 

Old Walhalla hall. March song. Words by P. J. 
Sweeney. Music by John J. Mclntyre. New York, 
D.MuTler. (1898, no. 9082. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 191 

On the banks of the Wabash far away. Waltz. By 
Paul Dresser. Arranged bv Theo. F. Morse. New 
York, Howley, Haviland & co. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898. ) 

192 

On the carrousel. (Auf dem karussell.) Easy piece 
for piano, four hands. Carefully revised and fin- 
gered by Bernhard Wolff, op. 192, no. 5. Phila- 
delphia, Hatch music co. (1898, no. 11067. Rec'd 
Jan. 29, 1898.) 193 

On the mill-dam. Galop. By A. A. Babb. For man- 
dolin. Boston, L. B. Gateomb co. (1898, no. 7971. 
Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 194 

On the track. (Song and chorus.) From "The High- 
wayman." Book by Harry B. Smith. Music by 
Reginald de Koven. New York, T. B. Harms & co. 

(1898, n o. 8597. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898. ) 195 

One girl is enough for me. AVords and music by John 
J. Mclntyre. New York, D. Miiller. (1898, no. 9079. 
Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 196 

Our Antille shall be free. Song. Words and music 
by James C. Dunn. Arranged by Geo. Lowell True v. 
Quincy, Mass., J. C. Dunn. (1897, no. 63521. Rec'd 
Jan. 29, 1898.) 197 

Our watchword. Silas Farmer. Chas. H. Gabriel. 
[Mixed voices.] [n. i.] (1897, no. 71004. Rec'd 
Jan. 24, 1898.) 198 

Palm (The). A collection of sacred music. By C. M. 
Wyman. Cincinnati, Ohio, .John Church co., [n. d.] 
(1898, no. 8038. Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898. ) 199 

Pariserin gavotte. Fiir clavier a 2 ms. Die Pariserin, 
operette. Von Fran/ von Suppe\ Leipzig, Josef 
Weinberger. (1898, no. 8032. Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 

200 

Pikes Peak march. Maier. no. 1566. [Musical chart.] 
[n. i.] (1898, no. 7534. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 201 

Polonaise. For piano. By O. E. Sutton. Rochester, 
N. Y., Rochester music pub. co. (1898, no. 8196. 
Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 202 

Pork-packer's (The) daughter. Words and music by 
Carrie H.Pratt. Arranged by J. Bodewalt Lani]»e. 
Buffalo, N. Y., Lampe music co. (1898, no. 8541. 
Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 203 



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Philadelphia. 

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Howley, Haviland & co., 

New York. 



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Philadelphia. 



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Boston. 



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New York. 



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Quincy, Mass. 



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Leipzig, Germany. 



Regina music box co., 

Rah way, N. J. 

O. E. Sutton, 

Rochester, N. Y. 



Carrie H. Pratt, 

Buffalo, N. V. 



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Potpourri 1. Fur clavier a 2 ms. Nach niotiven der 
operette ''Die Pariserin," von Franz V. Suppe. Ar- 
rangirt vou Rud. Raimanu. Leipzig, Josef Wein- 
berger. (1898,no.7844. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 204 

2. Fur clavier a 2 ms. Nach niotiven der operette 

"Die Pariserin," von Franz V. Suppe. Arrangirt 
von Rud. Raimann. Leipzig, Josef Weinberger. 
(1898, no. 7843. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 205 

Prize (The). A collection of songs, hymns, chants, 
anthems, and concert pieces for the Sunday school. 
Bv Geo. F. Root. Cincinnati. Ohio, John Church co. 
[li. tL] (1898,no.8037. Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 206 

Provoked (The) lover. (Eifersucht.) English words 

by Paul England. Lied by Erik Meyer-Helmund. 

Leipzig, Bosworth & co. (1898. no. 9031. Rec'd Jan. 

29.1898.) 207 

Queen (The) and the jack. Words bv Paul Goodrich. 

Music bv Wallace Abbott. [n.i.] (1898. no. 7898. 

Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 208 

Regiment band march. By Louis Sayre. Piano solo. 
Augusta, Ga., Louis Savre. (1898, no. 8546. Rec'd 
Jan. 29, 1898.) 209 

Rejoice, the Lord is king. (Easter anthem.) By J. R. 
Murray. Cincinnati, John Church co. (1898, no. 
8151. Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 210 

Richards (The) school. March. Two-step. Com- 
posed by Clarence Dana Mooney. [For piano.] 
Newport. N. H., Clarence Dana Mooney. 1898, no. 
8191. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 211 

Rienzi. overture. Composed by R. Wagner. Arranged 
by Theo. Moses for orchestra. New York. Carl 
Fischer. (1898. no. 8703. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 212 

Rigoletto. Opera by G. Yerdi. Selections for the 
pianoforte. Arranged by Max Spicker. New York, 
G. Schirmer. (1898, no. 4832. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 

213 

Roll vour care on Jesus. Words bv W. S. N. Music 
by W. S. Nickle. [Mixed voices.] ' [n. i.] (1898.no. 
7983. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 214 

Roof (The) garden cycle party. An Irish soiree. 

Words by S. B. Alexander. Music by Summit L. 

Hecht. New York, M. Witmark & sons. (Rec'd 

Jan. 26. 1898.) 215 

Rosemary polka. By A. E. B. Leonard. [For piano.] 

New York. M. Witmark & sons. (1898, no. 8141. 

Rec'd Jan. 27. 1898.) . 216 

Roudino. For pianoforte. By C. W. Krogmann. 
[Souvenirs demelodie.] Boston, White-Smith music 
pub. co. (1898, no. 7787. Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 217 

Royal gavotte. Arranged by E. Gargiulo. For guitar 
lo. Boston, White-Smith music pub. co. (1898. 
>. 8374. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 218 

For mandolin and guitar. Boston, White-Smith 

music pub. co. (1898, no. 8375. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 

219 

Sabbatia waltz. For pianoforte. By Austin Gibbons. 
Clinton, Mass.. Austin Gibbons. (1898. no. 7735. 
Rec'd Jan. 25. 1898. 2?0 



Josef Weinberger, 

Leipzig, Germany 



Do. 



solo, 
no. 



Mary O. Root, 



United States. 



Bosworth & co., 

Leipzig, Germany. 



H. D. Alden, United States. 



Louis Savre, Augusta, Ga 



John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Clarence D. Mooney, 

Newport, N. H. 



Carl Fischer, New York. 



G. Schirmer, New York. 



W. S. Nickle, Chicago. 



M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 



Do. 



White-Smith music pub. co., 
Boston. 



Do. 



Do. 



Austin Gibbons, 

Clinton, Mi 



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Salanibo. Symphonic poem, 
grand, no. 10359. [n. i.] 
Jan 27, 1898.) 



By Cauffman. 
(1897, no. 63529. 



.Eolian 

Eec'd 

221 



Siingers (Des) fluch. (Ballade von Ludwig Uhland.) 
Flir mannerchor, bariton-soli nnd grosses orcliester. 
Componirt von Gottfried Grunewald. op. 21. 
Orchester-partitnr. Magdeburg, Heinrichshofen's 
verlag. (1898, no. 8026. Eec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 222 

Schnecke(Die)hat einliaus. (The snail it has a house.) 
(W. Hey.) no. 3. C dur. fiir eine singstimme mit 
begleitung des pianoforte. English version by 
Dorothea Boettcher. Componirt von EugenHildach. 
op. 21. [Fiinf kinderlieder.] Magdeburg, Hein- 
richshofen's verlag. (1898, no. 8031. Eec'd Jan. 27, 
1898.) 223 

D dur. no. 3, fiir eine singstimme mit begleitung des 

pianoforte. English version by Dorothea Boettcher. 
Componirt von Eugen Hildach. op. 21. [Fiinf 
kinderlieder.] Madgeburg, Heinrichshofen's verlag. 
(1898,no.8030. Eec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 224 

Scorcher (The). March and two-step. By George 
Eosey. For piano. New York, Jos. W. Stern & co. 
(Eec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 225 

Second regiment P. M. March. By E. B. Hall. 
Arranged by W. E. Stobbe for two mandolins, guitar, 
and piano. Philadelphia. Harry Coleman. (1898, 
no. 8135. Eec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 226 

Serenade, no. 1. Suite miniature. Liebesnovelle. 
Fiir grosses orcliester. Yon Otto Floersheirri. 
Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hartel. (1898, no. 7979. Eec'd 
Jan. 26, 1898.) 227 

Serenade. (Sleeping! Why now sleeping.) Part-song 
for soprano, alto, tenor, and basso. Words by 
Charles Fenno Hoffman. Music by J. Lewis 
Browne. New York. Percv Ashdown. (Eec'd Jan. 
24,1898.) 228 

Serenade. Summer night. For piano. By O. E. 
Sutton. Bochester, N. Y., Eochester music pub. co. 
( 1898, no. 8402. Eec'd Jan. 27, 1898. ) 229 

Sicilienne. Pour flute (on violon) et piano. Par 
Fernand Halphen. Paris, Enoch & cie. (1898, no. 
8491. Eec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 230 

Silberwellen. (Silver waves.) Piano solo. Par S. 
Translateiir. op. 79. Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 
(Eec'd Jan. 28,1898.) 231 

Simply trusting. D. C. Carson. Adolph Jesrael. 
[Mixed voices.] [n. i.] (1897, no. 71000. Eec'd 
Jan. 24, 1898.) " 232 

Soldier (A) of fortune. Song for baritone. Words 
by Wm. H. Gardner. Music by Geo. Lowell Tracy. 
Boston, White-Smith pub. co. (1898, no. 8376. Eec'd 
Jan. 28, 1898.) 233 

Son (The) of God goes forth to war. For quartet and 
soli. By A. L. Barnes. New York, Edward Schu- 
berth & co. (1898, no. 7739. Eee'd Jan. 25. 1898.) 234 



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Harry Coleman, 

Philadelphia. 



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New York. 



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Enoch & cie., Paris, France. 



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Leipzig, Germany. 

Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 



AYhite-Smith music pult. co., 
Boston. 



Edward Schubertb & CO., 
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Sonata in A minor, op. 98. By Jos. Eheinberger. 
The organist's library of modern music. Jan.. 1898. 
vol. 1. no. 4. Cleveland, O., Rogers & Eastman. 
(Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 235 

Song from Goldbeck's cantata. "The pioneer." No. 2. 
Soprano. Words by H. C. Watson. Music by R. 
Goldbeck. Chicago, S. Brainard's sons. (1898, no. 
7791. Rec'd J an. 25, 1898.) 236 

Song of the gipsy king. Words by Millwood Man- 
ners. Music bv Chas. Hancock. London. Edwin 
Ashdown. (1898, no. 7461. Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 237 

Souvenir waltz. Cornet, trombone, or baritone solo, 
and full orchestra. By J. C. Heed. Brockton, Mass., 
Mace Gay. (1898, no. 7346. Rec'd Jan. 29. 1898.) 238 

Speak a word for Jesus. Words by E. A. Hoffman. 
Music by W. S. Nickle. [Mixed voices.] [n. i.] 
(1898. no. 7985. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) ' 239 

Story (The) of the cross, no. 3. Set to music by 
Caleb Simper. Barnstaple, Caleb Simper. (1898, 
no. 8489. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 240 

Sulle rive del Po. (On the hanks of the Po.) Ma- 
zurka. Guitar solo bv Carlo Montagna. New York, 
C. Montagna. (1898, no. 7219. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 

241 

Sasana (La). Spanish waltzes. By George Rosey. 
For piano. New York, Jos. W. Stern & co. (Rec'd 
Jan. 24, 1898.) 242 

Sweet remembrances waltzes. By Geo. M. Blandford. 
[For piano.] Boston, Vivian music pub. co. (1898, 
no. 8187. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898. ) 243 

Sweetheart. I love none but vou. Bv Perlet. Aeolian 
grand, no. 40184. [n. i.] (1897," no. 63538. Rec'd 
Jan. 27. 1898.) 244 

Swell (The) Miss Fitzwell. Words and music by 
Andy Lewis, [n. i.] (1898, no. 7966. Rec'd Jan. 26, 
1898.) 245 

"Tatcho." Written and composed by E. W. Rogers. 
London, Francis, Day & Hunter. (1898, no. 8756. 
Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 246 

Te Deuni laudamus, and Benedictus. (Chant form.) 
Set to music in the key of A flat, for men's voices. 
By George C. Martin. London and New York, No- 
vello. Ewer & co. (1898. no. 7454. Rec'd Jan. 24, 

1898.) 247 

Tell me. I charge you. A four-part song. The verse 
written by Thomas Amory. Music composed by 
Basil Harwood. ( op. 11, no. 1. ) London and 
New York. Novello. Ewer & co. (1898. no. 8499. 
Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 248 

Tell of Jesus. Words by Mrs. W. J. Kennedy. Music 
by \Y. S. Nickle. [Mixed voices.] [n. i.] "(1898. no. 
7981. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 249 

Ten ballads for the piano. By Robert Coverley. Bos- 
ton, White-Smith music pub. co. (1898. no. 7589. 
Rec'd Jan. 24. 1898. ) 250 



Rogers cV; Eastman, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 



Robt. Goldbeck, 

United States. 



Edwin Ashdown, 

London, England. 

Mace Gay, Brockton, Mass. 



AY. S. Nickle, Chicago. 



Caleb Simper, 

Barnstaple, England. 

C. Montagna, New York. 



G. M. Rosenberg 



Yivian music pub. co.. 

Boston. 



Herbert J. Chase (supt.), 

Meriden, Conn. 



F. A. Milk 



New York. 



Francis. Day & Hunter, 

London, England. 

Novello, Ewer & co., 

New York. 



Basil Harwood, 

Great Britain. 



W. S. Nickle. Chicago. 



White- Smith music pub. co., 
Boston. 



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Thelma waltzes. By M. H. Andrews. For piano. 
Bangor, Me.. M.H. Andrews. (1898, no. 8714. Eec'd 
Jan. 29, 1898.) 251 

Thou shalt call liis name Jesus. [Sunday school 
hymn. Mixed voices.] [n. i.] (1897, no. 68622. 
Eec'd Jau. 21, 1898.) 252 



Three character studies. 
Gerbig. New York, 
(Eec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 



For piano. By Barend von 

Edward Schuberth & co. 

253 



Three merry fishers. Humorous part song. Words 
written by G. Win. Ollett. Music composed byW. W. 
Pearson. London and New York, Novello, Ewer & 
co. (1898,110.8500. Eec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) ' 251 

Thy trumpets recall. A dream. Song and chorus. 
Words and music by James C. Dunn. Quincv. Mass., 
J. C Dunn. (Eec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 255 



Tin (The) soldier. Song. Loti. 
chart.] [n. i.] (1898, no. 7537. 



no. 1561. [Musical 

Eec'd Jan. 21, 1898. ) 

256 



Tin- (The) town sport. By Ned 0. Eisley and Walter 
G. Horton. New York, Eisley & Peyton. (1897, no. 
68177. Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) * 257 

To all men everywhere. Lela M. Budd. Chas. H. 
Gabriel. [Mixed voices.] [n.i.J (1897, no. 70996. 
Eec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 258 

To dreamland towu. Lullaby, with pianoforte accom- 
paniment. Words and music by W. F. llaschall. 
High voice. Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. (1898, no.' 
7643. Rec'dJan.24,1898.) 259 

To the rescue. Rev. E. Gough, B. A. Rev. Isaac Nay- 
lor. [Mixed voices.] [n. i.] (1898, no. 7616. Eec'd 
Jan. 24, 1898.) 260 

Tommaso. Vitali. Ciaccona. For violin, with figured 
bass. Edited and fingered by Henry Schvadieck. 
Arranged for violin and piano by Ferd. David. New 
York. (;. Schirmer. (1898, no. 4835. Eec'd Jan 24, 
1898.) 261 

To-morrow. Mary Gilbert- Wray. Dr. S. B. Jackson. 
[Mixed voices.] [n. i.] (1897, no. 71008. Eec'd 
Jan. 24, 189s.) 262 

Traviata (La). Opera. By G. Verdi. Selections for 

the pianoforte. Arranged by Max Spicker. New 

York, G. Schirmer. (1898, no. 4831. Eec'd Jan. 24, 

1898.) 263 

Trinkaus' (T. P.) 125 original guitar studies for the 
right hand. New York, M. Witmark & sons. [n. d.] 
(1898, no. 8671. Eec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 264 

Triumphal (The) inarch. For piano. Composed by 
G. Adolphus Stahl. Chicago, G. Adolphus Stahl. 
(1898, no. 6138. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 265 

Trovatore (II). Opera. By G. Verdi. Selections for 

the pianoforte. Arranged by Max Spicker. New 

York, G. Schirmer. (1898, no. 4833. Eec'd Jan. 24, 

1898.) 266 



Copyright Proprietors. 



M. H. Andrews, Bans or. Me. 



Gospel music pub. co., 

Baltimore, Md. 



Edward Schuberth & co., 
New York. 



W. W. Pearson, 

Great Britain. 



James C. Dunn, 

Quincy, Mass. 



Regina music box co., 

Eahwav, N. J. 



Eisley & Peyton, 

New York. 

Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 
G. Schirmer, New York. 

Chas. H. Gabriel, 

Chicago. 

G. Schirmer, New York. 



M. Witmark &, sons, 

New York. 



G. Adolphus Stahl, 

Chicago. 

G. Schirmer, New York. 



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True love should never change. Words by John J. 
Mclntyre. Music by George F. Braham. New York, 
D. Miiller. (1898, no. 9181. Eec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 

267 

Twenty-four songs by Franz Schubert. Transcribed 
for the piano by Franz Liszt, v. 1. [Schirmer's 
library, v. 128.] New York, G. Schirmer. (1898, no. 
4326. * Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 268 

v. 2. [Schirmer's librarv, v. 129.] New York, 

G. Schirmer. (1898, no. 4327. Eec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 

269 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Par Erik Meyer-Helmund. 

(Eec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 270 



Yalse-chanson. Piano solo. 
Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 

Yalse gracieuse. For violin, with piano accompani- 
ment. By S. E. Goldstein. Boston, White-Smith 
music pub. co. (1898, no. 7788. Eec'd Jan. 25, 1898. ) 

271 

Venetian serenade, no. 1 in F. Words by Frederick 
Enoch. Music bv Henry Smart. London, Edwin 
Ashdown. (1898, 1 no. 7459. Eec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 

272 

no. 2 in A flat. Words by Frederick Enoch. 

Music by Henry Smart. London, Edwin Ashdown. 
(1898, no. 7460. Eec'd Jan. 25, 1898. ) 273 

H. Gabriel. [Mixed 
71009. Eec'd Jan. 24, 



Victory. C. H. G. Charles 
voices.] [n. i.] (1897, no. 
1898.) 



274 



Waiting for me. Mrs. Laura W. McClellan. C. D. 
Emerson. [Mixed voices.] [n. i.] (1897, no. 71007. 
Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 275 

Walk, baby, walk; or, the pickaninny cake walker. 
By Theo. A. Metz. For piano, with words. New 
York, Metz music co. (Eec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 276 

Wanderer's delight. (Wanderlust.) Easy piece for 
piano,' four hands. Carefully revised and fin- 
gered by Bernhard Wolff, op. 192, no. 8. Phila- 
delphia, Hatch music co. (1898, no. 11070. Eec'd 
Jan. 29, 1898.) 277 

We shall understand. Mrs. M. A. Holt. Charles H. 
Gabriel. [Mixed voices.] [n. i.] (1897, no. 70995. 
Eec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 278 

What care I. (A vagabond's song.) Words by Mark 
Ambient. Music bv Louis Laval. Loudon, W., 
Chappell & co., ltdr (1898, no. 8162. Rec'd Jan. 28, 
1898.) - 279 

What then. Words by E. A. Hoffman. Music by W. 
S. Nickle. [Mixed voices.] [n.i.] (1898, no. 7980. 
Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 280 

When heads, not hearts, are wedded. Words by John 
J. Mclntyre. Music by Otto J. Miiller. New York, 
D. Miiller. (1898, no 9080. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 

281 

When Susan Simpkins marries Jasper Green. Words 
and music by Hillman and Perrin. New York, M. 
Witmark & sons. (1898, no. 8138. Rec'd Jan. 27, 
1898.) 282 

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D. Miiller, 



New York. 



G. Schirmer, New York. 



Do. 



Bosworth & co., 

Leipzig, Germany. 

White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 



Edwin Ashdown, 

London, England. 



Do. 



Charles H. Gabriel, 

Chicago. 

Do. 



Theo. A. Metz, New York. 



Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 



Charles H. Gabriel, 



Chicago. 



Chappell & co., ltd., 

London, England. 



W. S. Nickle, Chicago. 



D. Miiller, New York. 



M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 



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Whoso hath this world's good. Sacred hymn for 
mixed voices. By Philo A. Otis. Chicago, Clayton 
F. Summy co. (Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 283 

Wiener extrahliitter. "Walzer. Ton S., translateur. 
op. 78. For piano. Leipzig, Bosworth <fc co. (1898, 
no. 9032. Eec"d Jan. 29, 1898. ) 284 



Clayton F. Summy co., 

Chicago. 



Bosworth & co., 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Will you bring them in. Ida M. Budd. C. D. Emer- Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago, 
som [Mixed voices.] [n. i.] (1897, uo. 70991. Rec'd 
Jan. 21, 1898.) 285 

Wir kiifer. (We coopers.) (GeorgLang.) no. 1. As Heinrichshofen's verlag, 
dur. Fiir eine singstimme mit begleitung des piano- ; Magdeburg. Germany, 

forte. The English version by Miss Dorothea Boett- ] 
cher. Componirt von Eugen Hildach. op. 21. 
[Fiinf kinderlieder.] Magdeburg, Heinrichshofen's 
verlag. (1898, no. 8018. Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 286 



F dur. Fiir eine singstimme mit begleitung des 

pianoforte. English version by Dorothea Boettcher. 
Componirt von Eugen Hildach. op. 21. [Fiinf kin- 
derlieder.] Madgeburg, Heinrichshofen's verlag. 
(1898, no. 8019. Kec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 287 

G dur. Fiir eine singstimme mit begleitung des 

pianoforte. English version by Dorothea Boettcher. 
Componirt von Eugen Hildach. op. 21. [Fiinf kin- 
derlieder.] Magdeburg, Heinrichshofen's verlag. 
(1898, no. 8020. Kec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 2§8 

With eyes of faith. Hymn. By Rev. Kay Palmer. Set 
to music for high voice by Charles Dudley Under- 
bill. Boston, White-Smith musie pub. co. (1898, no. 
8373. Kec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 289 

Wonderful grace. Words bv W. J. Kennedy. Music 
by W. S. Nickle. [Mixed Voices.] [n. i.] (1898, 
no. 7988. Kec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 29 

Wreathes for our graves. Choral song. The words 
written by L. F. Massey. The music by Arthur Sul- 
livan. London and New York. Novello, Ewer & co. 
(1898, no. 7155. Kec'd Jan. 24, 1898. ) 291 

Young America. March. By O. E. Sutton. Arranged 
by E. H. Ferguson for 1st and 2d mandolins and 
guitar. Rochester, N. Y., Rochester music pub. co. 
(1898, no. 7221. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898. ) 292 

Piano solo. Rochester music pub. co. (1898, no. 

7222. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 293 

Youthful delight. (Jugendlust.) Easy piece for piano, 
four hands. Carefully revised and fingered by Bern- 
hard Wolff, op. 192, no. 6. Philadelphia/ Hatch 
music co. (1898, no. li068. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 291 

You've met all comers, but you haven't metnie. 'Words 
by Smart & Williams. 'Music by Robt. L. Alden. 
New York, Howley, Haviland & co. (1897, no. 62130. 



Rec'd Jan. 26. 1898.) 



295 , 



Zingaresca. Study for violin and piano. Composed 
by Hermann Luhr. London, W., Houghton & co. 
(1898, no. 8017. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 296 

Zu Augsburg im gold'nen. Stern. Song. no. 1563. 
[Musical chart.] [n. i.] (1898, no. 7536. Rec'd Jan. 
24,1898.) 297 



Do. 



Do. 



White-Smith music pub. co., 
Boston. 



W. S. Nickle, Chicago. 



Novello, Ewer Sc co., 

New York. 



O. E. Sutton, 

Rochester, N. Y. 



Do. 

Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 



Howley, Haviland & co., 

New York. 



Houghton & co., 

London, W., England. 

Regina music box co., 

Rah way, ^..h 



279 
V. MAPS AND CHARTS. 

Arranged alphabetically bv the subject -word of each title. For index of proprietors see end of 

Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Copyright- Proprietors. 



Alaska. (Oregon railroad and navigation co.'s map of.) 
(52471. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 1 

Arizona. (Rand, McNally & co.'s indexed county and 
township pocket map and shippers' guide of.) (1898, 
no. 2787. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 2 

Canadian pacific railway and connections, etc. (1898, 
no. 8081. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 3 

Cranford, Union co., N. J. Jan., 1898. (1898, no. 8414. 
Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 

East Grand Forks, Polk co., Minn. Dec, 1897. (1898, 
no. 7793. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 5 

Eau Claire, Wis. (Insurance maps. 1897.) (1898, no. 

8415. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 6 

Epping, Rockingham co., N. H. Jan., 1898. (1898, no. 

7792. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 7 

Franklin, Merrimae co., N. H. Dec, 1897. (1898, no. 

6011. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 8 
Friars Point, Coahoma -co., Miss. Dec, 1897. (1898, 

no. 7661. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 9 

Grass valley and Nevada city. (Vicinity of.) (Rec'd 

Jan. 24, 1898.) 10 

Hackettstown, Warren co., N. J. Dec, 1897. (1898, no. 

6012. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) . 11 
Iron mountain, Dickinson co., Mich. Dec, 1897. 

(1898, no. 6005. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 12 

Kansas. (Rand, McNally & co.'s indexed county and 

township pocket map and shippers' guide of.) (1898, 

no. 2780= Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 13 

Klondike. (Anderson's map of.) (1898, no. 7992. Rec'd 

Jan. 26, 1898.) 14 

Lake View (Snyder's real estate map of the former 
city of). [New ed.] (1894, no. 22120. Rec'd Jan. 
29/1898.) 15 

Marshfield.Wood Co., Wis. Jan., 1898. (1898, no. 7659. 
Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 16 

Missouri (Rand, McNally & co.'s indexed county and 

township pocket map and shippers' guide of). 

(1898, no. 2788. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898. ) 17 

Nashville, Tenn. v. 2. (Insurance maps.) (1897, no. 

67258. Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 18 

Neillsville, Clark Co., Wis. Dec, 1897. (1898, no. 

7105. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 19 

New Jersey (Rand, McNally & co.'s indexed county 

and township pocket map and shippers' guide of). 

■ (1898, no. 7653. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 20 

Raymond, Rockingham Co., N. H. Jan., 1898. (1898, 

no. 7660. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898. ) 21 

St. Louis, Mo. (66991. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898) 22 

Showing location of creeks in Klondike, mining divi- 
sions of the Yukon district, N. W. T. (1898, no. 8086. 
Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 23 



Poole bros., Chicago. 

Rand, McNally & co., 

Chicago. 
. 
Poole bros., Chicago. 

'■ Sanborn-Perris map co., 
ltd., New York. 

Sanborn-Perris map co., 
ltd., New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Chas.E.Uren. 

Sanborn-Perris map co., 
ltd., New York. 

Do. 

Rand, McNally & co., 

Chicago. 

O. P. Anderson map and blue 
print co., inc., 

Seattle, Wash. 
William L. Mitchell, 

Chicago. 

Sanborn-Perris map co., 
ltd., New York. 

Rand, McNally & co., 

Chicago. 

Sanborn-Perris map co., 
ltd., New York. 

Do. 

Rand, McNally & co., 

Chicago. 

Sanborn-Perris map co., 
ltd., New York. 

Weingaertner & Shumate, 
St. Louis, Mo. 
George W. Young, 

Paris, Mo. 



280 



VI. ENaRAVINGS, CUTS, AISTD PEINTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles, 



Copyright Proprietors, 



"After sundown." (1898. no. 7811. Eec*d Jan. 25. 
1898.) i 

As in a looking olass. (1898. no. 8731. Rec'd Jan. 29. 
1898.) 2 

Bath room interior. "A." (1898. no. 7663. Rec'd Jan. 
24.1898.) 3 

"B." (1898, no. 7664. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898) ... 4 

"Coming (The^ storm."" (1898. no. 7810. Rec"d Jan. 
25. 1898.) 5 

Commerce vs. conquest. (1898. no. 7804. Rec*d Jan. 
26.1898.) 6 

Electro-maano-etcetera (The) mindograpli. (1898. no. 
7996. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 7 

Eyes hanger. (X. Y. 7949.) (1898. no. 5145. Rec'd 
Jan. 27, 1898.) 8 

Feathered (A) courtship. (1898. no. 7795. Rec'd Jan. 
26.1898.) 9 



E. 


Rost, 




Xew 


York. 


American 


press 


ass'n. 
Xew 


York. 


J. 


L. Mott 
Do. 


iron 


works 
Xew 


lork. 


E. 


Rost, 




Xew 


York. 



Keppler & Sckwarzinann, 

New York. 

Judge pub. co., Xew York. 



Strobridge litho. co., 

Cincinnati. Ohio. 

Keppler i!t Schwarzinann, 

Xew York. 



■'Frostv morning." 
1898.) 



.no. 7812. Rec'd Jan. 25, 
10 



E. Rost, 



Xew York. 



Full credence. (1898, no. 7802. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 11 

Generous (A) offer. (1898. no. 7806. Rec'd Jan. 26. 
1898.) 12 

Girls' dress. (Standard pattern, no. 4054.) (1898.no.' 
8602. Rec'd Jan. 29. 1898.) 13 

Girls' dress. (Standard pattern, no. 4076.) (1898.no. 
8609. Rec'd Jan. 29. 1898.) 14 

Group of useful ideas. (1898, no. 6026. Rec'd Jan. 24. 
1888. 15 

Higher (A) value. (1898, no. 7799. Rec'd Jan. 26. 
1898.) 1 6 

In doubt. (1898, no. 779s. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898) .... 17 

Judge's puzzle pictures. 9th contest, series 4. (1898 
no. 7997. Rec'd Jan. 26. 1898.) 18 

Kennet and Avon. Painted by David Murray. (1898 
no. 8490. Rec'd Jan. 2s. 1S98.) 19 

Eadies'cape. ^Standard pattern, no. 4086.) (1898, no. 
8612. Rec"d Jan. 29, 1898.) 20 

Ladies' cape wrap. .Standard pattern, no. 4066.) 
(1898, no. 8603. Reed Jan. 29, 1898. 21 

Ladies' costume. (Standard pattern, no. 4053.) fl898 
no. 8601. Rec'd Jan. 29. 1898.) 22 

Ladies' flounced skirt. Standard pattern, no. 4067.) ! 
(1898, no. 8604. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898. ) 23 

Ladies' maternity costume. (Standard pattern, no. 
4093.) (1898, no. 8614. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1£ 24 

Ladies' redingote costume. (Standard pattern, no. : 
4075.) (1898.no. 8608. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.J 25 I 



Keppler & Sehwarzmann, 

Xew York. 

Keppler & Schwa rzmanu, 
Xew York. 

Standard fashion co., 

Xew York. 

Do. 

S. M. Baldwin, Xew York. 

Keppler & Schwarzmaun, 
Xew York. 

Do. 
Judge pub. co. Xew York. 



Arthur Tooth & 


sons, 

Xew 


York. 


Standard fashion co., 
Xew 


York. 


Do. 






standard fashion co., 
Xew 


York. 


Do. 






Do. 






Do. 










281 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued 



Titles. Copyright Proprietors. 



Ladies' Eussian blouse. (Standard pattern, no. 4052.) Standard fashion co., 
(1898, no. 8600. Rec'd Jan.29, 1898.) 26 New York. 

(Standard pattern, no. 4100.) (1898, no. 8615. Do. 

Rec , dJan.29,1898.) 27 

Ladies' sleeve. (Standard pattern, no. 4070.) (1898, Do. 

no. 8606. Eec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 28 

Ladies' waist. (Standard pattern, no. 4073.) (1898, Do. 

no. 8607. Eec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 29 

(Standard pattern, no. 4092.) (1898, no. 8613. Do. 

Eec'd Jan.29, 1898.) 30 

Lasf(The) watch of Hero. After the original picture Mawson, Swan & Morgan, 
by Lord Leighton, P. R. A. (1897, no. 63479. Eec'd Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 
Jan. 27, 1898.) 31 England. 

Metaphysical. (1898, no. 7796. Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898). 32 Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York. 

•• Milton Droleen." (A. K. C. S. B. 35. 443.) (Eec'd Jan. O. W. Donner. 
24,1898.) 33 

Misses' dress. (Standard pattern, no. 4068.) (1898, Standard fashion co., 
no. 8605. Eec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 34 New York. 

Misses' waist. (Standard pattern, no. 4078.) (1898, ■ Do. 

no. 8610. Eec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 35 

no. 4079. (1898, no. 8611. Eec'd Jan. 29, 1898).. 36 Do. 

New (A) light. (1898, no. 7807. Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898). 37 Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

Xew Y^ork. 

No money in it. (1898, no. 7801. Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898) . 38 Do. 

Not so bad, after all. (1898, no. 7808. Eec'd Jan. 26, f. Do. 

1898.) 39 

Not thorough. (1898, no. 7805. Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898) . 40 Do. 

"On Lake Erie." (1898, no. 7813. Eec'd Jan. 25, H. C. Eost, Xew York. 

1898.) 41 

"On the Hackensack."' (1898, no. 7814. Eec'd Jan. Do. 

25,1898.) - 42 , 

Precocious. (1898, no. 7797. Eec'd Jan. 26, 1898).. 43 Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York. 
Puck's safety appliance for beginners. (1898. no. 7800. Do. 

Eec'd Jam 26, 1898.) 44 ! 

Puzzling (A) phenomenon. (1898, no. 7794. Eec'd i Do. 

Jan. 26, 1898.) ' 45 | 

St. Gaudens, Shaw memorial. (1898, no. 7742. Eec'd > C. W. Girsch, New York. 

Jan. 25, 1898.) 46 

Supreme (The) test. (1898, no. 7803. Eec'd Jan. 26, ' Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

1898.) 47 New York. 

Take your choice. (1898, no. 7994. Eec'd Jan. 26, Judge pub. co., 

1898.) 48 i New York. 

Taking advantage of vacation. Jan. 23, 1898. ("Johnny Outcault & Connor, 

Jones's school days.") (1898, no. 8416. Eec'd Jan. New Y T ork. 

28,1898.) 49 

Throwinglight on the subject. (1898, no. 7995. Eec'd Judge pub. co., 
Jan. 26, 1898.) 50 New Y^ork. 

Unfortunate realism. (1898, no. 7809. Eec'd Jan. 26, Keppler & Schwarzmann, 
1898.) 51 Xew York. 

War record certificate. (1898, no. 5144. Eec'd Jan. Strobridge litho. co., 
24,1898.) 52 I Cincinnati, Ohio. 



282 



VII. CHROMOS AND LITHOGKRAPIIS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue .) 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



American (The) home; the safeguard of American lib- 
erties. (1898, no. 8417. Kec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 1 

Ballroom scene. 20 sheet. (1898, no. 8087. Rec'dJan. 
26, 1898.) 2 

Bouquet of purple lilacs. (1898, no. 8418. Rec'd Jan. 
• 27,1898.) 3 

Capitol at Washington. (1898. no. 7120. Rec'dJan. 
14,1898.) 4 

Central park. (1898, no. 7113. Rec'dJan. 14, 1898) . . 5 

City hall. (1898, no. 7119. Eec'd Jan, 14, 1898) 6 

Coney island. 1898, no. 7109. (Rec'dJan. 14, 1898) .. 7 

Flush (The) of success. (1897, no. 71113. Rec'dJan. 

28,1898.) . 8 

Gold diggings. (1898, no. 8639. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 

9 

Love, honor, and remembrance. (1898, no. 8204. Rec'd 
Jan, 28,1898.) 10 

Madison square. (1898, no. 7112. Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 

11 

"Mound city queen." (1897, no. 71112. Rec'd Jan. 28, 

1898.) 12 

New York and Brooklyn bridge. (1898, no. 7117. 
Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 13 

New York harbor. (1898, no. 7114. Rec'd Jan. 14, 
1898.) 14 

Niagara falls. (1898, no. 7111. Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 

15 

Off to the Klondike. (1898, no. 8640. Rec'd Jan. 29, 
1898.) 16 

" On the Suwannee river." 8-sheet poster. (1898, no. 
8089. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898. 17 

Post-office. (i898,no.7115. Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898).. . 18 
Red children. (1898, no. 7551. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898).. 19 

Riverside drive. (1898, no. 7110. Rec'dJan. 14. 1898.) 

20 

Rockaway beach. (1898, no. 7118. Rec'd Jan. 14, 1898.) 

21 

Roses. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898) 22 

Suwannee (The) river. 8 sheet poster. (1898, no. 8088. 
Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 23 

Union square. (1898, no. 7 116. Rec'dJan. 14, 1898.) ! 

24 

Woman scorching on bicycle driven by sails. 8 sheet 

poster. (1898, no. 8090. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1K98.) 25 

" Writer (The) ." (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898) 26 

Yard of sweet peas. (1898, no. 8474, Rec'd Jan. 27, 
1898.) . 27 



Taber-Prangart co.. Boston. 

A. S. Seer, print., New York. 

Taber-Prangart co., Boston. 

H. A. Rost ptg. & pub. co., 
New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Compton & sons litho. and 
ptg. co., St. Louis. Mo. 

Koerner & Hayes. 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

G. K. Vaughn, 

Victor, Colo. 

H. A. Rost ptg. and pub. co., 
New York. 

Compton & sons, litho. and 
ptg. co., St. Louis, Mo. 

H. A. Rost ptg. and pub. co., 
New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Koerner & Hayes, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

J. H. Shunk, United States. 

H. A. Rost ptg. and pub. co., 
New York. 
Educational pub. co., 

Boston. 
H. A. Rost print, and pub. 
co., New York. . 

Do. 



J. W. Van Oost, 



New York. 



J. H. Shunk, 



United States. 



H. A. Rost print, and pub. 

co., New York. 

A. S. Seer print, 

Now York. 

Spencerian pen co., 

New York. 

Taber-Prang art oo., 

Boston. 



283 



VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



After the wake. (1898. no. 8451. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898. ) 

1 

All coons look alike to me. (1898. no. 8467. Rec'd Jan. 
28.1898.) 2 

Among the prize chrysanthemums. (1898, no. 8473. 
Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 3 

••Arbitrate ! Faith. Pat. am yer too dead aizy.' ; (1898, 
no. 8443. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 4 

"Banjo." no. 4. (1898, no. 8736. Rec'd Jan. 29. 1898.) 

5 

Barna (Marie), no. 8. (1898. no. 8006. Rec'd Jan. 26. 
1898.) 6 

Bathers (The). (1898, no. 8091. Rec'd Jan. 27. 1898.) 

7 

Before the hall. (1898, no. 8449. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) ; 

8 

Bernese girls taking coffee. (1898. no. 8480. Rec'd 
Jan. 28. 1898.) 9 

Biltinore house, no. 70. (1898. no. 7817. Rec'd Jan. 
25.1898.) 10 

no. 71. (1898, no. 7818. Rec'd Jan. 25. 1898). .. 11 

no. 73. (1898. no. 7820. Rec'd Jan. 25. 1898) ... 12 

no. 74. (1898, no. 7821. Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898) . . 13 

Broad-way, the busy thoroughfare, Xew York, U. S. A. ! 
no. 1. 7l$98, no.* 8436. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 14 

no. 2. (1898, no. 8435. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898) ... 15 

''Buckskin.'' no. 1. (1898. no. 8733. Rec'd Jan. 29, 
1898.) 16 | 

Bugle (The) call. (1898, no. 8102. Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) I 

17 



Fred. D. Foss, 



"Carmencita." (1898. no. 8419. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) i 

18 

"Choir boy." (1898, no. 8426. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 

19 

"Clipston." no. 6. (1898, no. 8738. Rec'd Jan. 29. 

1898.) 20 

Coming (The^ of the new year. (1898, no. 8428. Rec'd 
Jan. 28, 1898.) 21 

Congratulations. (1898, no. 7669. Rec'd Jan. 24, 1897.) 

22 

Contrast. (1898, no. 7667. Rec'd Jan. 24. 1898) .... 23 W. G. Steel, 



Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Fred D. Foss, Chicago. 

Aime Dupont, New York. 

Curtis & Cameron, 

Boston. 

Strohmeyer & YYyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 

Underwood »fc Underwood. 
London. England. 

C.F.Ray. Asheyille, N. C. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Strohmeyer tfc Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 

Do. 

Fred D. Foss. Chicago. 

Curtis it Cameron, Boston. 

James Arthur, 

Detroit, Mich. 

Beatrice Tonneson, 

Chicago. 



Chicago. 



Beatrice Tonnesen, 

Chicago. 
Alexander Joseph Beggs, 

New York. 



"Dis am de mos' narrerest escape dis chile eber had." 
(1898, no. 8462. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898. ) 24 

Does you love me, hun ? (1898, no. 7816. Rec'd Jan. 25. 

1898.) 25 : 

" Duchess (The)", no. 12. (1898.no. 8732. Rec'd Jan. 
29,1898.) 26 

"Duchess and jockey." no. 11. (1898. no. 8740. Rec'd 
Jan. 29, 1898.) 27 



Portland. Oreg. 

Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 

R. Y. Young, Xew York. 
Fred D. Foss, Chicago. 

Do. 



284 • 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Edinburgh castle from Grasmarket, Scotland, no. 1. Strohmeyer & Wymau. 
(1898, no. 8429. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 28 Arlington, X. J. 

no. 2. (1898, no. 8130. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898) .... 29 Do. 

Equestrian statue of General George Washington. French & Potter, 

(1898, no. 8101. Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 30 United States. 

Fairfax (Lettice). nos. 1-2. (1898. nos. 7392-7393. B. J. Falk, New York. 

Rec'd Jan. 24, 1898.) 31 

Famous (The) roulette salon, Casino, Monte Carlo, Underwood & Underwood, 
France. (1898, no. 8479. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 32 London, England. 

Favorite (The). (1898, no. 8420. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898. ) James Arthur. 

33 Detroit, Mich. 

"Folly." no. 3. (1898, no. 8734. Rec'd Jan. 29. 1898.) Fred D. Foss, Chicago. 

31 

Fortune (The) teller. (1898, no. 8093. Rec'd Jan. 27, Curtis & Cameron, Boston. 

1898.) 35 

'•Fred." no. 5. (1898, no. 8737. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) Fred D. Foss, Chicago. 

36 

French (The) dancing master, no. 1. (1898, no. 8437. Strohmever & Wyman, 
Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898. ) 37 Arlington. X.J. 

no. 2. (1898,no.8438. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898) ... 38 Do. 

Gerardy (Jean), no. 7. (1898, no. 8743. Rec'd Jan. 29, Ainie Dupont, Xew York. 
1898.) 39 

Gerardy & Pugno. no. 1 of group. (1898, no. 8742. Do. 

Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 10 

Going with the stream. (1898, no. 8147. Rec'd Jan. Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
28,1898.) 41- Arlington, N. J. 

Gossip. At every sip a reputation dies. (1898, no. I Do. 

8415. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 12 

Grant statue at Union league club, Brooklyn. (1898, C. E. Bolles, 
no. 7999. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 13 Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Graphaphone novelty advertising case. (Rec'd Jan. Harry T. Matthews, 
24,1898.) 41 Cincinnati, Ohio. 

"Groupe, Jockevs." no. 7. (1898, no. 8739. Rec'd Fred. D. Foss, Chicago. 

Jan. 29, 1898.) ' 45 

Guilmant (Alex.). (Cabinet.) (1898, no. 8155. Rec'd F. Gutekunst, 

Jan. 27, 1898.) 46 Philadelphia. 

14x104. (1898, no. 8156. Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 47 \ Do. 

no. 2. (1898, no. 8745. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898)... 18 Aime Dupont, Xew York. 

no. 3. (1898, no. 8001. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898). .. 49 Do. 

no. 4. (1898, no. 8002. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898) ... 50 Do. 

Gypsies' (Tbe) parlor. (1898, no. 8101. Rec'd Jan. 27, Curtis & Cameron, 

1898.) 51 



Hamlet (A) in Switzerland. (1898, no. 8477. Rec'd 
Jan. 28, 1898.) 52 

Hartigan (Mrs. Betsey). By Stuart. (1898, no. 9016. 
Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 53 

(Heart) Breakers along the seashore. (1898, no. 8156. 
Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 54 

Here's a nice dinner for von. (1898, no. 8458. Rec'd 
Jan. 28, 1898.) 55 



Boston. 

Underwood & Underwood, 
London, England. 

Chester A. Lawrence, 

Dorchester, Mass. 

Strohmeyer A: Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 

Do. 



285 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Puoprietoks. 



••lliven only knows how Mary Ann iver said yis." 
(1898, no. 8452. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 56 

Hunt (Portrait of Wm. M.). (1898, no. 6570. Rec'd 
Jan. 28, 1898.) 57 

I have something for all. (1898, no. 8168. Rec'd Jan. 
28, 1898.) 58 

In the great cornfields of eastern Kansas, U. S. A. 
(1898, no. 8412. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 59 

Irwin (May), no. 1. (1898, no. 8003. Rec'd Jan. 26, 
1898.) 60 

no. 5. (1898, no. 8004. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898).. 61 

Jinks! I could 'a swore I saw a leetle darkey in the 
melon-patch. (1898, no. 8461. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) I 

62 J 

.lolly bathers at Coney Island, U. S. A. (1898. no. 8455. \ 
Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.)" 63 

Large (The) Hamlet. (1898. no. 8097. Rec'd Jan. 27, j 
1898.) 64 

Large (The) Niagara, (1898, no. 8095. Rec'd Jan. 27, 
1898.) 65 

Lawrence (Rev. William), nos. 1-6. (1898, nos. 12024- ! 
12029. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 66-71 

Long Island historical society building. (1898, no. 
7998. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898.) 72 j 

Looking into the lake of fire, crater of volcano Kil- ; 
auea, Hawaiian Islands. (1898, no. 8463. Rec'd Jan. 
28, 1898.) 73 

Lucerne and lofty Pilatus, Switzerland. (1898, no. 
8476. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 74 

Luther (Mrs. Colby) (The body of) the great spiritual- 
ist lying in state. (1898, no. 11917. Rec'd Jan. 21, 
1898.') 75 

Madonna. (1898, no. 8427. Received Jan. 28, 1898) 

76 

Maher (Peter). (1898, no. 8000. Rec'd Jan. 24, 

1898.) 77 

Major Briggs and staff of the old guard, New York. 
(1898, no. 7823. Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 78 

'•' Mamma's darlings and papa's joys." (1898, no. 8450. 
Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 79 

Marguerite (The). (1898, no. 8098. Rec'd Jan. 27, 
1898.) 80 

Marlowe (Julia), no. 1. (1898, no. 8009. Rec'd Jan. 
26,1898.) 81 

no. 3. (1898, no. 8010. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898) . . 82 

nos. 4-5. (1898, nos. 8011-8012. Rec'd Jan. 26, 

1898.) 83-84 

nos. 7-9. (1898, nos. 8013-8015. Rec'd Jan. 26, 

1898.) 85-87 

Monk at San Renio coming down the stairs. (1898, no. 
8091. Rec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 88 



Strohmeyer & Wynian, 

Dorchester, Mass. 

Curtis & Cameron, Boston. 

Strohmeyer & Wynian, 

Arlington, N. J. 

Do. 



Aime Dupont, New York. 
Do. 

Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 

Do. 

Curtis & Cameron, 

Do. 



Boston. 



Notman photograph co., 

Boston. 

C.E.Bolles, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 

Underwood & Underwood, 
London, England. 

Almon G. Arrasmith, 

Muncie, Ind. 



Beatrice Tonnesen, 

Chicago. 

Richard K. Fox, New York. 

D. H. Anderson, 

New York. 

Strohmeyer & AVyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 

Curtis & Cameron, 

Boston. 

Aime Dupont, New York. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Curtis & Cameron, 

Boston. 



286 

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Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



"Nigger." no. 2. (1898. no. 8735. Rec'd Jan. 29, Fred D. Foss 

1898.) 89 j 

Noah and his family leaving the ark. (1898. no. 8472. 
Eec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 90 

Officers, foresters, managers, and physicians of St. 
Johns camp. no. 2387, M. W. of A. 1898. (1898, no. 
8205. Eec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 91 

On the border of shut-eve-town. (1898, no. 8471. 
Eec'd Jam 28, 1898.) 92 



Chicago. 



I Strohmeyer & Wynian, 

Arlington, N. J. 

O. G. Plunkett. 

St. Johns, Mich. 



Ophelia (The). (1898, no. 8100. Eec'd Jan. 27, 1898.) 

93 

Our cherub. (1898, no. 8465. Eec'd Jan. 28, 1898) . . 94 

Parable (The) of the rich man and Lazarus. (1898, 
no. 7822. Eec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 95 

Partiality. (1898, no. 8457. Eec'd Jan. 28, 1898) .. 96 

Patchwork. (1898.no. 8464. Eec'd Jan. 28, 1898) .. 97 
Pavanne. (1897, no. 67002. Eec'd Jan. 24, 1898) .. 98 

Pet (The) canaries. (1898, no. 7900. Eec'd Jan. 26, 
1898.) 99 

Picturesque Palestine, the wilderness of the .scape- 
goat. (43.) (1898, no. 8475. Eec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 

100 

Pugno (Eaoul). no. 4. (1898. no. 8744. Eec'd Jan. 
29,1898.) 101 

Eeality. (1898, no. 8448. Eec'd Jan. 28, 1898) 102 

Eesting place for tourists, Jericho, Palestine. (55.) 
(1898, no. 8478. Eec'd Jan. 28. 1898.) 103 

Romance. (1898, no. 8459. Eec'd Jan. 28, 1898).... 104 



Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 

Curtis & Cameron. Boston. 



School (The) of the ballet, no. 3. 
Eec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 



(1898.no.8439. 
105 



■ no. 4. (1898, no. 8440. Eec'd Jan. 28, 1898).. .106 

Secret (The). (1898, no. 8424. Eec'd Jan. 28. 1898). 107 

Seygard (Camille). no. 5. (1898, no. 8007. Eec'd Jan. 
26,1898.) 108 

no. 8. (1898, no. 8008. Rec'd Jan. 26, 1898) ... 109 

Sieveking. no. 1. (1898, no. 8005. Eec'd Jan. 26, 

1898.) 110 

Solitude. (1898, no. 8123. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898).... Ill 

Spinning. (1898, no. 8092. Eec'd Jan. 27, 1898) ... 112 

Stitch (A) in time saves nine. (1898, no. 8470. Eec'd 

113 



Jan. 28, 1898.) 

Suez canal at Port Said. Egypt 
Eec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 

" Suffer little children to come unto me 
8444. Eec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 

" Sweethearts. " (1898, no. 8425. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898. ) 

116 



(1.) (1898,110.8481. 
114 

(1898, no. 
115 



Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 

Jeremiah Barnes, 

Cincinnati, Ark. 

Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 
Do. 
Curtis & Cameron, Boston. 

Samuel Parry, 

Pluckemin, N. J. 
Underwood & Underwood, 
London, England. 

Aim£ Dupont, New York. 

Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, ST. J. 

Underwood & Underwood, 

London, England. 

Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, X. J. 
Do. 



Do. 

James Arthur. 

Detroit, Mich. 
Aime Dupont, New York. 

Do. 
Do. 

James Arthur, 

Detroit, Mich. 

Curtis & Cameron, Boston. 

Strohmeyer & Wyman. 

Arlington. N. J. 

Underwood & Underwood, 
London. England. 

Strohmeyer & Wyman. 

Arlington, N. J. 

Beatrice Tonnesen, 

Chicago. 



287 

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Titles. 



i Copyright Proprietors. 



Taking the cream. (1898, no. 8460. Rec'd Jan. 28. 
1898.) 11" 

This little pig went to market. (1898, no. 8454. Rec'd 
Jan. 28. 1898.) 118 

Tipperarv (The) jig. no. 2. (1898. no. 8431. Rec'd 
Jan. 28.' 1898.) 119 

no. 3. (1898. no. 8432. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898).. 120 

Tired of play. (1898. no. 8446. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898). 121 

Tormentors. ( 1898, no. 8453. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898) . 122 

Torrilhon (Miss Marie V.). (1898. no. 8157. Rec'd 
Jan. 27. 1898. ) 123 

Traumerei. (1898. no. 7666. Rec'd Jan. 24. 1898). 124 



smooth. (1898. no. 8741. 



Rec'd 
125 



(1898. no. 8469. 
126 



True love never runs 
Jan. 29. 1898.) 

'Twas the night before Christmas. 
Rec'd Jan. 28. 1898.) 

Undecided. (1898, no. 8421. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898) 

Under the overhanging rock, Wisconsin Dells. (1898, 
no. 6574. Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 128 

Unfinished portrait of a voung man. Bv Stnart. (1898. 
no. 9015. Rec'd Jan. 29. 1898.) ' 129 



Vacation sports at the seaside. 
Rec'd Jan. 28,1898.) 

no. 3. 



U. S. A. 
132 



.2. (1898, no. 8433. 
130 

(1898, no. 8434. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898)-. 131 

Vernal Falls, Yosemite vallev, California 
(1898. no. 7815. Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 

Waiting for dinner. (1898. no. 8441. Rec'd Jan. 28. 
1898.) 133 

Watching the wreck. (1898. no. 8096 
1898. ) 

Will thev ever wake up ? (1898. no. 8466. ■ Rec'd Jan. 
28. 1898.) 135 



Rec'd Jan. 27. 
134 



Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 

Do. 
Do. 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Carlton studio, Xew York. 



W. G. Steel. Portland, Oreg. 

C.M.Bell, 

Washington. D. C. 

Strohmeyer & Wyman. 

Arlington. X. J. 



127 James Arthur,Detroit, Mich. 

H. H. Bennett, 

Kiloourn City. Wis. 

Chester A. Lawrence, 

Dorchester. Mass. 

Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington. X. J. 

Do. 

R. Y. Young, Xew York. 

Strohmeyer & Wyman. 

Arlington. X. J. 

Curtis & Cameron, Boston. 



Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 



Williams (Bishop). 
1898.) 



(1898, no. 8099. Rec'd Jan. 27, Curtis & Cameron, Boston 



136 



Winter. (1898. no. 8422. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898) .... 137 James Arthur 



Detroit, Mich. 



IX. FIjSTE arts. 

(Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited, according to law. with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to he perfected as 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of 
Catalogue.) 



Monk at San Remo, coming down stairs. (1898. no. Paul Hunt. 
8208. Photograph on file, Jan. 28,1898.) 1 Readville, Mass. 

Ophelia. (1898. no. 8207. Photograph on file. Jan. 28, Do. 

■ 1898.) 2 

Spinning. (1898. no. 8206. Photoo-rapli on file, Jan. Do. 

28. 1898.) 3 

Watching the wreck. (1898. no. 8209. Photograph on Do. 

file, Jan. 28.1898.) 1 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS. 

(At the end. of each title is printed the rubric under which the full title will be found. In case* 
where the author and proprietor are one the title will be found only in its place under the rubric 
"Books.") 



Academy of the new church, Philadel- 
phia : 

Academy church music, uo. 24. (Ma- 
sic hook.) 
Alden (H. D.), United States: 

Queen (The) and the jack. Words 
by Paul Goodrich. Music by Wal- 
lace Abbott. (Music.) 
Alexander (John T.), Greensburg, Ind. : . 
International library association. 
Book-list. (Books: 2.) 
Altemus (Henry), Philadelphia: 

Ingraham (J. H.). "Prince of the 
house of David." (Books: 1.) 
Althouae (J. S.) & co.. ltd., Reading, Pa. : 
Sponsler (C.V.). Nanseu two-step. 
Brass and reed baud. Arranged 
by M. A. Althouse. ( Music.) 
Altop (M. Lewis), Sacramento, Cal. : 

Al top's mandolin finger-board guide. 
(Books: 2.) 
American architect and building news 
co., Boston : 

Wallis (F. E.) and others. "The 
Georgian period," being measured 
drawings of colonial work. (Books: 

American book co., New "l ork : 

Baird (S. VY.). Graded work in 
arithmetic. 1st year. nos. 1-20. 
i Books: 1.) 
2d year. nos. to 100. (Books: 

10 

Clarke (M.). Story of Aeneas (Ec- 
lectic school readings. ) (Hooks: 1.) 

Fontaine (C, editor), douze contes 
nouveanx. (Books: 1.) 

Venable (W. II., editor). Selections 
from the poems of Lord Byron. 
(Eclectic English classics.) 
I Books: 1.) 

— — Selections from the poems of 
Robert Burns. (Eclectic English 
classics.) (Books: 1.) 
American medical co., New York: 

Search light (A) on diseases of women. 
(Books: 2.) 

Treatise (A) on nerve and brain ex- 
haustion, neurasthenia, diseases of 
the liver, kidneys, etc. { Books: 2.) 
American press ass'n, New York : 

As in a looking-glass. (Print.) 

Hob takes a look at the shop win- 
dows. (Books: 3.) 

Bismarck obituary. Special syndi- 
cate page. no. 1, 1898. I Books: 3.) 

Demands of the age. Dr. Talmage 
pleads for heroic men and women. 
(Books: 3.) 

Fashions of New York. (Hooks: 3.) 

Gladstone obituary. Special syndi- 
cate, p. no.2, 1898. (Books: 3.) 



American press ass'n, New York : 

In the House of Representatives. 
Characteristic sketches at the na- 
tional capitol. (Books: 3.) 

Letter (A) from May Irwin. 
(Books: 3.) 

Oldest (The) story writer in Amer- 
ica. Dr. S. Weir Mitchell, the 
author of " H u g h Wynne. " 
(Books: 3.) 

Paris fashions. (Books: 3.) 

S wells of the sporting w T o r 1 d . 
(Books: 3.) 
American sports pub. co., New York: 

Spalding's official bicycle guide for 
1898. ' (Spalding's athletic library. 
v.7. Jan., 1898. no. 76a.) 
(Books: 1.) 
Anderson (I). H.), New York: 

Major Briggs and staff of the old 
guard, New York. (Photograph.) 
Anderson (Marguerite), New York: 

Julia Arthur (The) two-step. For 
piano. (Music.) 
Anderson (O. P.) map and blue print co. 
inc. Seattle, Wash. : 

Anderson's Klondike map. (Map.) 
Andrews ^M. H.), Bangor, Me. : 

Thelnia waltzes. By M. H. Andrews. 
For piano. (Music.) 
Appleton (D.) & co., New York: 

Ober (F. A.). Crusoe's island. A 
bird-hunter's story. (Books: 1.) 

Palenzuela y Carfeno. Clave del 
metodo de Ollendorff para aprender 
el ingles. (Books: 1.) 

Spencer (II.). Various fragments. 
(Hooks: 1.) 
Arrasmith (Almon G.), Muncie, Ind.: 

Body (The) of Mrs. Colby-Luther, the 
great spiritualist, lying in state. 
I Photographs.) 
Arthur (James), Detroit, Mich.: 

" Carmencita." (Photographs.) 

" Favorite (The)." (Photographs.) 

'•Secret (The)." (Photographs.) 

" Solitude." (Photographs.) 

" Undecided." (Photographs.) 

"Winter." (Photographs.) 
Ascberberg (E.) & co., London, England: 

Dearest' eyes. (Song.) Music by 
Emilio Pi/./.i. (Music.) 

French (The) maid galop. Arranged 
by Roland Black. Piano solo. (Mu- 
sic.) 

French (The) maid polka. Arranged 
by Poland Black for piano solo. 
(Music.) 
Message (The) of May. (Song.) Com- 
posed by E. Meyer-IIelinund. (Mu- 
sic.) 



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Asepta chemical co.. New York: 

Edson (Cyrus). Aseptolin-Edson. 
(Books : 2.) 
Ashdown (Edwin). London. England: 
Song of the gypsy king. Words 
by Millwood Manners. "Music by 
Chas. Hancock. (Music.) 
Venetian serenade. Words by Fred- 
erick Enoch. Music by Henry 
Smart, no. 1 in F. (Music.) 

no. 2 in A 11 at. 

Ashdown (Percy), New Y'ork : 

Serenade. (Sleeping! why now- 
sleeping?) Part song for soprano, 
alto, tenor, and bass. Music by J. 
Lewis Browne. (Music.) 
Atlas (The) pub. co., New York : 

The New York stock atlas. A. T. and 
S.F.Ry. (Books: 2.) 

Am. sp. mfg. co. (Books: 2.) 

Am. sug. ref. co. (Books: 2.) 

Am. tob. co. (Books: 2.) 

B. & O. R. R. (Books : 2.) 

Bay st. gas co. (Books: 2.) 

Bk.rap.tr. co. (Books: 2.) 

C. & N. W. Rwv. (Books : 2.) 

C. &O.Rwy. (Books: 2.) 

C.,B. & Q. R. R. (Books: 2.) 

C, C, C. & S. L. Rwy. (Books : 

2.) 

C. G. W. Rwv. (Books : 2. ) 

C, M. & S.P. Rwy. (Books: 2.) 

C, R. I. & P. Rwy. (Books : 2.) 

C.R. R.of N.J. '(Books: 2.) 

C, S.P.,M. &.O. Rwy. (Books: 

2.) 

Can. So. Rwy. (Books: 2.) 

Con. gas co. (Books: 2.) 

Cot. oil co. (Books: 2.) 

D. & H. C. cp. (Books : 2.) 

D.&R.G.R.R. (Books: 2.) 

D., L. & W. R. R. (Books : 2. ) 

Erie R. R, (Books : 2. ) 

Gen. elec. co. (Books: 2.) 

Ia.C.R.R. (Books: 2.) 

Ill.C.R.R. (Books: 2.) . 

L. & N. R. R. (Books : 2.) 

L.E. &W.R.R. (Books: 

M., K. & T. Rwy. (Books : 

Manhattan Rwv. (Books : 

" Market (The)/' (Books 

Mo. Pac. Rwy. (Books : 2. 

N. & W. Rwy. (Books : 2.) 

N.Y. C. & H. R. R. R. (Books : 2.) 

N.Y.,0. &W. Rwy. (Books: 2.) 

N.Y.,S.&W.R.R. (Books: 2.) 

Nat. lead co. (Books: 2.) 

No. Pac. Rwy. (Books: 2.) 

P..C..C.&S.L.RWT. (Books: 

2.) 

P.M.S.S.co. (Books: 2.) 

Peop. gas and c. co. (Books : 2.) 

— — Reading co. (Books: 2.) 

So. Rwy. co. (Books: 2.) 

T. & P. Rwy. (Books : 2. ) 

T. C. I. & R. R. co. (Books : 2.^ 

U. P., D. & G. Rwy. (Books: 2.) 



2.) 

2.) 
: 2.) 
: 2.) 
) 



Atlas (The) pub. co.. New York : 

The New York stock atlas. I J. P. 
R.R. (Books: 2.) 

U. S. L. co. (Books: 2.) 

U. S. R. co. (Books : 2. ) 

AY. U. tel. co. (Books : 2. ) 

Wabash R. K. (Books: 2.) 

Augener & co., London, England: 

Garde (La) d'honneur marche. Pour 
piano. Par Leonard Gautier. 
(Music.) 
L'Ataka danse japanaise. Pour 
piano. Par Leonard Gautier. 
(Music.) 
Novelette. Pianoforte solo. Com- 
posed by John Francis Barnett. 
(Music.) 
Bacheller syndicate, New York : 
Current service. (Books: 3.) 
Carruth (H.). The bride of the 

"curlew's call." (Books: 3.) 
Foster (D. S.). Silver (The) queen. 
[Zanesville daily courier, Hartford 
dailv courant. Jan. 1. 1898.] 
(Books: 3.) 
Furman (L. S.). Lost in the swamp. 
[Zanesville daily courier, Hartford 
dailv courant. Jan. 12, 1898.] 
(Books: 3.) 
Gaines (C. K.). The annihilator. 

(Books: 3.) 
M. Quad page. (Books: 3.) 
Marr (H. V.). Little (A) girl and a 
cat. [Hartford daily courant; 
Zanesville dailv courier, Jan. 15, 
1898.] (Books:" 3.) 
Special page. (Books: 3.) 
Timely service. (Books: 3.) 
"Woman's page. (Books: 3.) 
Youth's page. (Books: 3.) 
Baldwin (S. M.), New York: 

Group of useful ideas. (Print.) 
Barnes (Jeremiah), Cincinnati, Ark. : 
Parable (The) of the rich man and 
Lazarus. (Photographs.) 
Barnes-Crosby co., Chicago: 

AYhat is your fortune, my pretty 
maid? (Books: 2.) 
I Barton (George), Blackburn, England: 
Castle (The) march. For pianoforte. 
By George Barton. (Music.) 
Beggs (Alexander Joseph), New York: 
Congratulations. (Photographs.) 
Bell (C. M. ), Washington, D. C. : 

True love never runs smooth. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Bell (J. P.) co., Lynchburg. Ya. : 

Magill (M. T.). Stories from Vir- 
ginia historv for the voung. 
(Books: 1.) 
Bellak (Charles E. and Leopold W.) and 
others. New York: 

Bellak (J.). New (A) method for the 
pianoforte. [Music book.] 
Bender (E. C), York, Pa. 

"Don't forget the old friends." 
(Music.) 



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Bennett (H.), Cedar Rapids, Iowa : 

Advisory rates of Ackley. Hardin 
county. Iowa. v. 2. (Books: 2.) 

Holstein, Ida county, Iowa. v. 

187. (Books: 2;) 

Marble Rock, Floyd county, 

Iowa. v. 258. (Books: 2.) 

Rockwell, Cerro Gordo county, 

Iowa, v.353. (Books: 2.) 
Bennett (H. H.), Kilboum City, Wis. : 

Under the overhanging rock, Wis- 
consin Dells. (Photographs.) 
Bennett (James Gordon), New York: 

Where the massacres were most 
fiendish. [St. Louis republic. Jan. 
25.1898.] (Books: 3.) 
Benziger bros.. New York: 

How to profit bv the mission, 
(Books : 2 ) 

Lasance (F. X.). Visits to Jesus in 
the tabernacle. (Books: 1.) 
Biglow & Main co.. Xew York : 

Sankey (Ira D.) and others. Church 
hymns and gospel songs. (Music 
book.) 
Billings (A. W.). Wetmore, Kans. : 

Heart (The), or where Bob struck 
Jim. Words and music by W. A. 
Billings. (Music.) 
Billow (Sherman), San Antonio. Tex. : 

Showing fluctuation of political par- 
ties in Texas from 1872 to 1896 in- 
clusive. (Books: 2.) 
Boeckmann (Eugene von) & Batts (R. 
L.), Austin, Tex. : 

Batts' annotated revised civil stat- 
utes of Texas, 1895. (Books: 1.) 
Bolles (C. E.), Brooklyn, N. Y. : 

Grant statue at union league club, 
Brooklyn. (Photographs. 

Long Island historical society build- 
ing. (Photographs.) 
Boosey vV co., Xew York : 

Mattinata. English words by Mow- 
bray Marias. Italian words by 
Enrico Panzacchi. Music by F. Pa- 
ula Tosti. no. 2 in G. (Music.) 
Bosworth cV- co., Leipzig, Germany: 

Am springbrunnen. (At the foun- 
tain.) Piano solo. Par Erik Meyer- 
Helmund. (Music.) 

Anf Capri. Tarantella. Piano solo. 
Par Wilh. Aletter. (Music.) 

Barcarole napolitaine. Piano solo. 
Par Erik Meyer-Helmund. (Music.) 

( auscrie. Piano solo. Par Erik 
Meyer-Helmund. (Music.) 

Friihlinojsahnung. (Spring's return.) 
Melotlie von S. Trans! ateur. op. 7 1 . 
For piano. (Music.) 

Gondoliera veneziana. Piano solo. 
Par Erik Meyer-Helmund. (Music.) 

Legende. (A fairy tale.) Piano solo. ' 
Par Erik Meyer-Helmund. (Music.) 

Mein schonster traum. Salonstiick. 
Yon B. Translateur. op. 75. Piano 
solo. (Music.) 



Bosworth & co.. Leipzig Germany: 

Menuett in G. Piano solo. Par 
Wilh. Aletter. (Music.) 

Mignonette. Morceau. Piano solo. 
Par Wilh. Aletter. (Music. ) 

Provoked (The) lover. (Eifersucht.) 
Song. By Erik Meyer-Helmund. 
English words by Paul England. 
(Music.) 

Silberwellen. Silver waves. Piano 
solo. Par S. Translateur. op. 79. 
(Music.) 

Yalse. Chanson. Piano solo. Par 
Erik Meyer-Helmund. (Music.) 

" Wiener extrablatter.'' Waltz. For 
piano solo. By S. Translateur. 
op. 78. (Music.) 
Bradley (Milton) co., Springfield, Mass. : 

Color (The) primer. (Pupils' ed.) 
(Books: 2.) 

(Teachers' ed.) (Books: 2.) 

Brawley (J. H.). Clives. ( >kio: 

What next.' (Books: 2.) 
Breilkopf & Hartel, New York: 

Extasis. Bomanza sin palabras para 
violoncello v piano. Por V. Mafias. 
(Music.) 

Serenade. 1. Fiir grosses orchester. 
Yon Otto Florersheim. (Music.) 
Brokaw (Chas. 0.), St. Joseph, Mo. : 

Gridiron (The) inarch. By Arthur 
Pry or. Arranged by \\ m. C. Stahl 
for 2 mandolins and guitar. 
(Music.) 

Love thoughts waltz. By Arthur 
Pryor. Arranged for 2 mandolins 
and guitar by Wm. C. Stahl. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Brown (E. A. ), Winchester, Mass. : 

Columbian (The) naval review. 
Words by A. I >. and II. T. B. Music 
by E. A. Brown. (Music.) 
Buck (Lucy A. >, New York: 

Abbott (.I.s.C). The history of II or- 
tense, daughter of Josephine, Queen 
of Holland, mother of Napoleon III, 
with engravings. (Books: 1.) 
Buddington i II. A. >. Springfield, Mass. : 

Bowles (S. S.). Golden gleams from 
the heavenly light. (Books: 1.) 
Burpee | W. Atlee) & co., Philadelphia: 

Burpee's manual of thoroughbred live 
stock and fancy poultry, 1898. 
(Books: 2.) 
Callaghan & co., Chicago: 

Colebrooke (W.). A treatise on the 
law of collateral securities as ap- 
plied to negotiable, quasi negotia- 
ble, and non-negotiable choses in 
action. ( Books: 1.) 
Carbon studio. New York: 

Torrilhon (Miss Marie Y.) (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Carleton (Henry Guy), New York : 

Thompson (The) streel poker club 
entertains a guest who was not as 
" easy " as he looked. ( Books : '•>. ) 



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Central music pub. co., Cincinnati, Ohio: 

American beauties. March. Two- 
step. For piano. By Chas. Edwin 
Harry. (Music.) 
\ Chambers & McKee, Pittsburg, Pa. : 

Official price list, adopted Jan. 1, 
1898. Chambers & McKee glass 
co.. Jeannette, Pa. (Books: 2.) 
Chandler (H.F.), Chicago: 

Maiden's (A) dream. Waltz. For 
piano. By Nin-Va. (Music.) 
Chapman (C. A.). Newark, N. Y. : 

Van Deusen (The Mrs.) superior cake 
recipes, revised and perfected. 
(Books: 2.) 
Chappell & co., London, England : 

Lesson (A) with the "fan. Song. 
Words by A. C. Music by Guy 
D'Hardelot. (Music.) 

What care I? (A vagabond's soug.) 
Words by Mark Ambient. Music 
by Louis Laval. (Music.) 
Chase (Geo. B.), Le Roy, 111. : 

I want to go back to my home. 
Words and music by Geo. B. Chase. 
(Music.) 
Chase (J. Herbert), Meriden, Conn. : 

Bemberg (H.). Arioso from Le Morte 
de Jeanne d ; Arc. iEolian arrange- 
ment, by J. Herbert Chase. (Music.) 

Rubinstein (A.). Damon Lesginka. 
JEolian arrangement by J. Herbert j 
Chase. (Music.) 

Sloane (A. B.). The Jack. Waltz 
potpourri. iEolian arrangement 
by J. Herbert Chase. (Music.) 

Lipschitz (L.). "Michigan club." 
Two-step. The yeolian arrangement 
by J. H. C, copy. (Music.) 

Caufi'man (F. G.). Salammbo. Sym- 
phonic poem. ^Eolian arrangement 
by J. Herbert Chase. (Music.) 

Perlet (H.). Sweetheart, I love none 
but you. iEolian arrangement 
by J. Herbert Chase. (Music.) 
Chesapeake and Potomac telephone co., 
Washington, D. C. : 

Official telephone list of the Chesa- 
peake and Potomac telephone co. 
Jan., 1898. (Books: 2.) 
Christian literature co., New York: 

Wells (C. L.). The age of Charle- 
magne (Charles the great). (Books: 
1.) 
Church (John) co., Cincinnati, Ohio : 

Cotton blossoms. March comique. 
Mandolin solo. By Milt H. Hall. 
(Music.) 

2 mandolins, guitar, and piano. 

By Milt H. Hall. (Music) 

Easter day, 1926. Anthem, with ac- 
companiments for violin, harp, and 
organ. By B. A. Havens. (Music.) 

Easter (The) message. A service for 
Sunday schools. Prepared by J. R. 
Murray. (Music.) 



Church (John) co., Cincinnati, Ohio: 

Rejoice, the Lord is King. By J.R. 
Murray. (Music.) 
Church press, Chicago: 

Are you a pentecostal Christian? 
(Books: 2.) 

Glory in and glory out. (Books: 2.) 

Have you perfect peace? (Books: 2.) 

Have you the baptism of the holv 
ghost? (Books: 2.) 

How to know the voice of Christ. 
(Books: 2.) 

How to lead souls to Christ. (Books: 
2.) 

How to study God's word. (Books: 
2.) 

Is this your photograph? (Books: 2.) 

Life (The) more abundant. (Books: 
2.) 

Practical and scriptural holiness. 
(Books: 2.) 

Scriptural heart cleansings. (Books : 
2.) 

Solution of many difficulties in 
Christian life. (Books: 2.) 
Clemens (G. C), reporter, for the benefit 
of the state of Kansas, Topeka, Kans. : 

Reports of cases argued and deter- 
mined in the courts of appeals of 
the state of Kansas, v. 5. Dec. 3, 
1896- June 18, 1897. (Books: 1.) 
Close (Chas. W.), Bangor, Me. : 

Truth's testimony. (Books: 2.) 
Cole (C.St. John): 

St. John (C). Brain food for think- 
ers. (Books: 2.) 
Coleman (Harry), Philadelphia, Pa. : 

Norembega march. By R. B. Hall. 
Arranged for 2 mandolins, guitar, 
and piano. (Music.) 

2d regiment P. M. march. R. B. Hall. 
Arranged by W. R. Stobbe for 2 
mandolins,, guitar, and piano. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Colliery engineer co., Scranton, Pa. : 

Instruction paper. 1st ed. Subject: 
carpentry. 98. (Books: 2.) 

Key. 1st ed. Subject: carpentry. 
98. (Books: 2.) 

The elements of bridge engineering, 
v. 1. Arithmetic, algebra, etc. 
(Books: 1.) 

v. 2. Strength of materials, etc. 

lsted. (Books: 1.) 

v. 3. Mechanical drawing. 1st 

ed. (Books: 1.) 

v. 4. Tables and formulas. 

(Books: 1.) 

v.5. Answers to questions. 1st 

ed. (Books: 1.) 

Key. 1st ed. Subject, mine venti- 
lation, pt. 2. 39 B. (Books: 2.) 

Physics. (International correspond- 
ence schools, Scranton, Pa. In- 
struction paper. 1st ed. 196.) 
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Colliery engineer co., Scranton, Pa. : 

Theoretical chemistry. (Inter- 
national correspondence schools. 
Instruction paper. 1st ed. 197.) 
(Books: 2.) 
Compton & sons litho. and printing co., 
St. Louis, Mo. : 

" Flush (The) of success.'' (Chromos. ) 
" Mound city queen." (Chro- 
mos.) 
Cook(C. P. H.): 

History (The) of the Prince Charles 
playingcards. (Books: 2.) 
Corbett (James E.) & co., Philadelphia: 
Kismet. Music by Howard E. Mellor. 
(Music.) 
Cramer (J. B.) & co., ltd., London, 
England : 
After so long. Song. Music by Fred- 
erick Bevan. (In C. Original.) 
(Music.) 

In D. (Music.) 

Hour (The) of rest. Song. Music 
by Tito Mattei. In A. (Music.) 

(In F. Original.) (Music.) 

In G. (Music.) 

Cross (Sydney), New York: 

I heard a voice from heaven. For 
use in the burial service. Com- 
posed by Sydney Cross. (Music.) 
Cundy music co., Boston : 

" Butterflv (The ") waltzes. For or- 
chestra. By C. H. R. Marriott. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Jolly ( The ) hunters. Schottische. 
For orchestra. By C. W. Knowl- 
ton. (Music.) 
Kleine concert overture. By AY. F. 
K retch mer. op. 65. [For orches- 
tra.] Ideal ed. no. 145. (Music) 
Curtis & Cameron, Boston : 

Bathers (Tbe). (1 Photograph.) 
Bugle (Tbe) call. (Photographs.) 
Fortune (The) teller. (Photographs.) 
Gypsies' (The) parlor. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Hunt (Portrait of Wm. M.). (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Large (The) hamlet. (Photographs.) 
Large (The) Niagara. (Photographs.) 
Marguerite (The). (Photographs.) 
Monk at San Remo coming down the 

stairs. (Photographs.) 
Ophelia (The). (Photographs.) 
Pavanne. (Photographs.) 
Spinning. (Photographs.) 
Watchingthe wreck. (Photographs.) 
Williams (Bishop). (Photographs.) 
Daniels (Hattie), Philadelphia: 

Old boating song. Music by Hattie 
Daniels. (Music.) 
Davis (E. Otto), U.S.: 

15th regiment, N. G. P., two-step. 
By E. Otto Davis. [For piano.] 
(Music.) 



De Garis printing co., Memphis, Tenu. : 
New Memphis city directory, 1898. 
(Books: 1.) 
Dehnhoff (K.), New York : 

Jubilee march of the greater New 
York. For orchestra. By AY. C. 
Parker. (Music.) 
Denison (T. S.), Chicago : 

Scrap-book. Recitation series, no. 
12. (Books: 1.) 
Denslow (AY. AT.), U. S. : 

Amber glints. Bv Amber. (Books: 

1.) 
Donner (O.AY.): 

" Milton Droleen. r (A. K. C. S. B. 35. 
443.) (Engraving.) 
Drew Allis co., Worcester, Alass. : 

AA T oreester (The) directory, no. 55. 
For vear beginning Jan. 15, 1898. 
(Books: 1.) 
Drysdale (W. A.), Philadelphia : 

Agreement, contract, aud specifica- 
tion for an electric light plant for 
the borough of Norristown, Pa. 
Specification no. 1093. (Books: 2.) 
Dunn (James C), Quincy, Alass. : 

Hope (The) of the morrow. Song 
and chorus. AYords and music by 
.James C. Dunn. (Alusic.) 
New (The) Columbia wheel. Song 
and chorus. AYords and music by 
James C.Dunn. (Music.) 
Our Antille shall be free. Song. 

(Alusic.) 
Thy trumpets recall. A dream. Song 
and chorus. AYords and music by 
James C. Dunn. ^Alusic.) 
Dupont (Aime).New York: 

Barna(AIarie). no. 8. (Photographs.) 
Gerardy (Jean). no. 7. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Gerardy & Pugno. no. 1, of group. 

(Photographs.) 
Guilmant (Alexandre), no. 2. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

no. 3. (Photographs. ) 

no.4. (Photographs.) 

Irwin (May), no. 1. (Photographs.) 

no. 5. (Photographs. ) 

Marlowe (Julia), no. 1. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

no. 3. (Photographs. ) 

no.4. (Photographs.) 

no. o. (Photographs.) 

no. 7. (Photographs.) 

no. 8. (Photographs.) 

no. 9. (Photographs.) 

Pugno (Raoul). no.4. (Photographs.) 
Seygard (Camille). no. 5. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

no. X. (Photographs.) 

Sieveking. no. 1. (Photographs.) 
Fames (W.A.), Oakland, Cal. : 

Mt. Shasta inarch. Piano solo. By 
AV. A. Fames. (Alusic.) 
Educational pub. co., Boston: 
Red children. (Lithographs.' 1 



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Eldredge & bro., Philadelphia: 

KeUerman (\V. A.). A text-book of 
elementary botany, including a 
spring flora. (Books: 1.) 
Electric storage battery co., Philadel- 
phia: 
Electric (The) storage battery co., 
sole manufacturers of the "chloride 
accumulator." Catalogue A. 11 
ed. (Books: 2.) 
Ellis (John F.) & co., Washington, D. C. : 
Lotus (The) flower. Song. Words 
by H. Heine. Music by Francis P. 
Hamlet. (Music.) 
Empire specialty co.. New York : 

Our little drummer. (Books: 2.) 
Enoch &, co., Paris, France : 

Marche d'auvergne. Paroles de Leon 
Durocher. Musique de Louis 
Ganne. (Music.) 
Sicilienne. Pour flute ou violon et 
piano. Par Fern and Halphen. 
(Music.) 
Evans (J. F.), Portland, Me. : 

Evans's bicycle pastime. Directions. 
(Books: 2.) 
Evening post pub. co., New York : 

Daily digest of selected cases. Jan. 
26,1898. (Books: 3.) 

Code of civil procedure, sec. 1022. 

(Books: 3.) 

[Mortgages, assignment, notice, 

good faith, pleading.] [Books: 3.] 
London topics. The critical situation 
in the far east. London, Jan. 22, 
(Books: 3.) 
Falk (B. J.), New York: 

Fairfax (Lettice) no. 1. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

no. 2. (Photographs.) 

Fenno (R. F.) & co., New York: 

Warren Hyde. By the author of 
"Unchaperoned." (Books: 1.) 
Fischer (Carl), New York : 

"Bombasto march." Composer, O. R. 

Farrar. Pianoforte. (Music.) 
"II Trovatore" fantasia. Composer, 
Verdi. Arranged by A. J. Davis. 
Pianoforte. (Music.) 
Ninth concerto. Composer, Ch. de 
Beriot. Arranged by Gustav Saen- 
ger. Violin and piano. (Music.) 
Rienzi. Overture. Composed by R. 
Wagner. Arranged by Theo. Moses. 
Orchestra. (Music.) 
Foreign Christian missionary society, 
Cincinnati, Ohio: 
America sending the light. A child- 
ren's day exercise. (Books: 2.) 
Forsyth (James Bennett), Boston: 

Cotton and rubber garden hose. Cat- 
alogue. (Books: 2.) 
Foss (Fred. D.), Chicago : 

"Banjo.'' no. 4. (Photographs.) 
"Buckskin." no. 1. (Photographs.) 
"Clipston." no. 6. (Photographs.) 

15055— Vol. 14, ]S"o. 4 5 



Foss (Fred. D.), Chicago : 

"Duchess (The)." no. 12. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

"Duchess and jockey." no. 11. 
(Photographs.) 

"Folly." no.3. (Photographs.) 

"Fred." no. 5. (Photographs.) 

"Group, jockeys." no. 7. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

"Nigger." no. 2. (Photographs.) 
Fowler & Wells co., New York: 

Sizer (M.). Phrenology and its 
progress. (Books: 1.) 
Fox (Richard K.), New York: 

Maker (Peter.). (Photographs.) 
Francis, Day &. Hunter, London, Eng- 
land : 

Adam missed it. (Song.) By Chas. 
Osborne. (Music.) 

'E's making a great mistake. (Song. ) 
By Frank Leo. (Music.) 

Guinea (The) hamper. (Song.) By 
G.P. Huntley and H. C. Barrey. 
(Music.) 

Ma paid pa. (Song.) By Chas. Col- 
lins and Fred. J.Barnes. (Music.) 

Tatcho. (Song.) By E. W. Rogers. 
(Music.) 
French & Potter, U. S. : 

Equestrian statue of Gen. George 
Washington. (Design for statu- 
ary.) 
Gabriel (Chas. H.), Chicago : 

McAulay (N. A.). All to thee. 
(Music.) 

Are we willing? Words by Ida M. 
Budd. Music by Oran Williams. 
(Music.) 

Eternal goodness. Words by John 
G. Whittier. Music by Oran Wil- 
liams. (Music.) 

Ogden (W. A.). I love to think of 
Jesus. [Mixed voices.] (Music.) 

I will take the cup of salvation. 
Words by Ida M. Budd. Music by 
Adolph Jesreal. (Music.) 

Pm waiting, dear Redeemer. By 
Isaac Naylor. [Mixed voices.] 
(Music.) 

Immortal love. Words by J. G. W. 
Music by H. A. Henry. (Music.) 

Hoffman (E. A.). Let me sing the 
story. (Music.) 

McAulay (N. A.). Living, walking, 
working. (Music . ) 

My strength and stay. Words by 
John G. Whittier. Music by Oran 
Williams, (Music.) 

"Our watchword." Words by Silas 
Farmer. (Music.) 

Simply trusting. Words by D. C. 
Carson. Music by Adolph Jesreal. 
(Music.) 

To all men everywhere. Words by 
Ida M. Budd. [Mixed voices.] 
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Gabriel (Chas. H.), Chicago: 

To the rescue. By Isaac Naylor. 

[Mixed voices.] (Music.) 
To-morrow. Words by Mary Gilbert 
Wray. Music by Dr. 8. B. Jackson. 
(Music.) 
Victory. [Mixed voices.] (Music.) 
Waiting for me. Words bv Mrs. L. 
W. McClellan. Music by C. D. 
Emerson. (Music.) 
We shall understand. Words by 
Mrs. M. A. Holt. Music bv Chas. 
H.Gabriel. (Music.) 
Will you bring them in 1 Words by 
Ida M. Budd. Music by C. D. Em- j 
erson. (Music.) 
Gatcomb (L. B.), Boston, Mass.: 

" On the mill-dam galop." For man- 
dolin. By A. A. Babb. (Music.) 
Gay (Mace), Brockton, Mass. : 

Souvenir waltz. Cornet, trombone, 
or baritone solo. By J. C. Heed. 
For orchestra arrangement. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Genth (Laura F.), Philadelphia: 

Carolene. A lover's last farewell. 
Words and music by Laura F. 
Genth. (Music.) 
German press and plate co., Cleveland, 
Ohio: 

Offener schreibebrief des Philipp 
Sauerampfev. (Books: 3.) 
Gibbons (Austin), Clinton, Mass. : 

Sabbatia waltz. For pianoforte. By 
A. Gibbons. (Music.) 
Girsch (C. \V.), New York: 

St. Gaudens Shaw memorial. (En- 
graving.) 
Goldbeck (Robt.), U. S. : 

Day (The) is cold. By Robert Gold- 
beck. (Music.) 
Song from Goldbeck's cantata ''The 
pioneer." no. 2. Soprano. By 
Robt. Goldbeck. 
O moonlight, deep and tender, no. 4. 
Tenor or soprano. By EobertGold- 
beck. (Music.) 
Gospel music pub. co., Baltimore. Md. : 
''Little (A) child once found a bed." 

Sunday school hymn. (Music.) 
"Thou shalt call "his name Jesus." 
Sunday school hymn. (Music.) 
Greenough (W. A.) & co., Boston: 

Cambridge directory. no. 47. 
(Books: 1.) 
Grit pub. co., Willi amsport, Pa. : 

"Ezra's letter." (Books: 3.) 
Gutekunst (F.), Philadelphia: 

Guilmant (Alex.) cabinet. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

14 by 101. (Photographs.) 

Harms (T. B) & co., New York. : 

Little yaller boy. (Negro song.) 

Music by Gustave Kerker. (Music.) 

" On the track." (Song and chorus. ) 

Music by Reginald deKoven. From 

"The Highwayman." (Music.) 



Harwood (Basil), Great Britain: 

Tell me, I charge you. A four part 
song. Verses written by Thomas 
Amory. Music by Basil Harwood. 
(op. 11, no. 1) (Music.) 
Hatch music co., Philadelphia : 

Eglantine. Primo. By Bernhard 
Wolff, op. 195, no. 7. Easy piece 
for piano. 4 hands. (Music.) 

Gipsy (The) girl. (Die zigennerin.) 
By Bernhard Wolff, op. 192, no. 9. 
Easy piece for piano. 4 hands. 
(Music.) 

Legend. (Marchen.) Primo. Bern- 
hard Wolff, op. 192, no. 1. Easy 
piece for piano. 4 hands. (Music.) 

On the carrousel. (Auf dem hams- 
sell.) ByBernhardW T olff. op. 192, 
no. 5. Easy piece for piano. 4 
hands. (Music.) 

Wanderer's delight. (Wanderlust.) 
By Bernhard Wolff, op. 192, no. 8. 
Easy piece for piano. 4 hands. 
(Music.) 

Youthful delight. (Jugendlust.) By 
Bernhard Wolff, op. 192, no. 6. 
Easy piece for piano. 4 hands. 
(Music.) 
Hawkes & son, London, England: 

"Days (The) of long ago." (Les 
vieux temps passes.) Intermezzo. 
Bv Charles Bensley. (Music.) 

"Hero (The) of the north." March. 
By Gustav Hiiwig. For piano. 
(Music.) 
Hawkins (A. H.), London, England: 

Hope (A.). Rupert of Hentzau. From 
the memoirs of Fritz von Tarlen- 
heim. Chaps. 6, 7, 8. (Books: 2.) 

Simon Dale. Chaps. 22 and 23. 

[Sunday Inter ocean, Jan. 23, 1898.] 
(Books: 3.) 
Health shoe co., Boston: 

Look to your feet. Catalogue health 
shoe co. (Books: 2.) 
Heinrichshofen's verlaff, Magdeburg;, 
Germany : 

Auf dem giinseanger. no. 4. Von 
.Johannes Trojan, op. 21. F dur. 
Compouirt von Eugen Hildaeh. 
[Fiinf kinderlieder.] (Music.) 

G dur. Music compouirt von 

Eugen Hildaeh. [Fiinf kinder- 
lieder.] (Music.) 

Aufdemzauu. no. 2, op. 21. Esdur. 
Von Johannes Trojan. Music com- 
pouirt von Eugen Hildaeh. [Fiinf 
kinderlieder.] (Music.) 

F dur. Von Johannes Trojan. 

Music compouirt von Eugen Hil- 
daeh. [Fiinf kinderlieder.] (Mu- 
sic.) 

G dur. op. 21. Von Johannes 

Trojan. Music compouirt von 
Eugen Hildaeh. [Fiinf kinder- 
lieder.] (Music.) 






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Heinrichshofen's verlag, Magdeburg, 
( rermany : 

Lustige (Das) paar 5. Vou Julius 
Lohmeyer. Music von Eugen Hil- 
dach. op. 21. A dor. [Fiinf kin- 

derlieder.] (Music.) 

F dur. [Fiinf kinderlieder.] 

(Music.) 

G dur. [Fiinf kinderlieder.] 

(Music.) 

Siingers (Des) rluch. op. 21. Fiir 
manner- chor, bar it on soli und 
grosses orchester. Von Gottfried 
Grunewald. Orchester - partitur. 
(Music.) 

Schnecke (Die) hat ein haus. no. 3, 
op. 21. C dur. Von W. Hey. 
Music compouirt von Eugen Hil- 
dach. [Fiinf kinderlieder.] 
(Music.) 

D dur. Yon W. Hey. Componirt 

von Eugen Hildach. [Fiinf kinder- 
lieder.] (Music.) 

Wir kiifer. no. 1, op. 21. As dur. Yon 
Georg Land. Music von Eugen 
Hildach. [Fiinf kinder lieder.] 
(Music.) 

F dur. Yon Georg Lang. Com- 
ponirt von Eugen Hildach. [Fiinf 
kinderlieder.] (Music.) 

G dur. Yon Georg Lang. Com- 
ponirt von Eugen Hildach. [Fiinf 
kinderlieder.] (Music.) 
Heugel et cie., Paris, France: 

Danses flamandes. Pour grand or- 
chestre. Par Jan Blockx. op. 26, 
no. 1. (Music.) 

no. 2. (Music.) 

no. 3. (Music.) 

no. 4. (Music.) 

no. 5. (Music.) 

Hill (Geo. M.) co., Chicago: 

Uncle Sam's household conpendium 
and treasury of ready reference. 
Edited by L. Brent Vaughan. 
(Books: 1.) 

The Whitehouse kitchen compan- 
ion. Compiled by Dodrigo Panelli. 
(Books: 1.) 
Hoffman (Carl), Kansas City, Mo.: 

"Down by the old school well." 
Words by Kate T. McLoughlin. 
Music by Chas. Neilson. (Music.) 
Holmes pub. co., Lansing, Mich. : 

Charity ball. March and two-step. 
By Louis C. Toepel. [For piano.] 
(Music.) 
Houghton & co., London, England : 

Zingaresca. Study for violin and 
piano. Composed by Hermann 
Lohr. (Music.) 
Howley, Haviland & co., New York: 

Don't be woozy. Song and chorus. 
Music by Chas. B. Lawlor. (Music. ) 

Every night there's a light. Song 
and refrain. Words and music by 
Paul Dresser. (Music.) 



Howley, Haviland & co., New York: 
If you see my sweetheart. Song 

and chorus. Words and music by 

Paul Dresser. (Music.) 
Old Bill Joues. Words and music 

by Lew Sully. (Music.) 
On the banks of the Wabash far 

away. Waltz by Paul Dresser. 

[For piano.] Arranged by Theo. 

F.Morse. (Music.) 
Alden (Rob't J.). You've met all 

comers, but you haven't met me. 

(Music.) 
! Hughes (George) & co., New York: 

Roche (J. A.). The life of Mrs. Sarah 

A. Lankford Palmer, who for sixty 

years was the able teacher of entire 

holiness. (Books: 1.) 
Hun (Marcus T.), Albany, N. Y. : 

Reports of cases in the appellate di- 
vision of the supreme court of 

New York, vol.21. 1897. (Books: 

1.) 
Hunt (John T.), New York: 

Catalogue C. Automatic switches 
and motor starters. Zindars & 
Hunt. (Books: 2.) 
Hunt (Paul), Readville, Mass. : 

Catalogue. (Exhibition and sale of 
William Morris Hunt's paintings.) 
(Books: 2.) 
Monk at San Remo coming down 
stairs. Charcoal sketch. (Fine 
arts: drawing.) 
Ophelia. (Oil painting.) (Fine arts: 

painting.) 
Spinning. Charcoal sketch. (Fine 

arts: painting and drawing.) 
Watching the wreck. Charcoal 
sketch. (Fine arts: drawing.) 
Inglehart (E. J.), Matagorda, Texas : 

The toiler's ode. (Books: 2.) 
International photograph pub. co., Chi- 
cago: 
Ireland in pictures, pt. 18 of the in- 



ternational art series. 
Jacobs (Walter), Boston: 



(Books 



2.) 

By 



42d regiment march . Guitar solo. 

E.R.Day. (Music.) 
Jolly (The) lark. Shottische. By 
Frank Stacy-. Arranged by C. B. 
DeLano. (Music.) 
Jaeger's (Dr.). Sanitary woolen system 
co., New York: 
Wool against linen, or cotton or veg- 
etable fiber in general. (Books: 2.) 
Jahn (Carl G.), Columbus, Ohio: 

Reports of cases argued and deter- 
mined in the circuit court of Ohio. 
v. 15. Jan. 24, 1898. no. 3. (Books : 
2.) 
Jefferson (R. Miller G.), Providence, R. I. : 
Limpin Kate. Yocal ragged two- 
step. By R. Miller G. Jefferson. 
(Music.) 



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Johns (H. W.), mfg. co., New York: 

Asbestos. Descriptive price list. 

Jan., 1898. (Books: 2.) 
Electrotherm. The electrical substi- 
tute for the hot-water bottle. 
(Books: 2.) 
Trade price list, strictly confidential, 
to dealers only. Jan., 1898. (Books: 
' 2.) 
Johnston (David M.), Oakland, Cal. : 

Bloomer (The). (Books: 2.) 
Jones (H. Franklin), Brooklyn, N. Y. : 
Goodman (A.). The lover's encyclo- 
paedia. Instruction, fun, and amuse- 
ment for all. (Books: 2.) 
Jones (Harry W.), Chicago: 

The Dawson citv dude. March. 
(Music.) 
Jordan (Jules) and Smith (Walter Bur- 
U. S.: 
Love abiding. Words by Walter 
Burges Smith. Music by Jules 
Jordan. (Music.) 
Journal printing co.. Minneapolis, Minn. : 
Journal's (The) school of business. 
10th pt. ( Minneapolis Journal 
Jan. 20, 1898.) [Double - entry 
bookkeeping. Ninth lesson.] 
(Books: 3.) 
Joynes (Edward S.), South Carolina Col- 
lege : 

Zschokke (H.). Der zerbrochene 
krug. (Books: 1.) 
Judge pub. co., New York: 

Electro-inagno etcetera (The) min- 

dograph. (Print.) 
Judge's puzzle pictures. 9th contest. 

ser. 4. (Print.) 
Take your choice. (Print.) 
Throwing light on the subject. 
(Print.) 
Kansas City star co., Kansas City, Mo. : 
Highest market for hogs. (Kansas 
City star, J an. 25. 1*98.) (Books: 3.) 
Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas 
City star, Jan. (i, 1898.) (Books: 3.) 

(Jan. 20, 1898.) (Books: 3.) 

■ (Jan. 21, 1898.) (Books: 3.) 

(Jan. 22, 1898.) (Books: 3.) 

(Jan. 24, 1898.) (Books: 3.) 

(Jan. 26, 1898.) (Books: 3.) 

Kann (Hugo), Milwaukee, Wis. : 

Festival march and hymn to liberty, 
op. 29. By Hugo Kann. Arrange- 
ment for piano. 4hauds. (Music.) 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, New York: 
Commerce vs. conquest. (Print.) 
Feathered (A) courtship. (Print.) 
Full credence. (Print.) 
Generous (A) offer. (Print.) 
Higher (A) value. (Print.) 
In doubt. (Print.) 
Metaphysical. (Print.) 
New (A) light. (Print.) 
No money in it. (Print.) 
Not so bad after all. (Print.) 
Not thorough. (Print.; 



Keppler &, Schwarzmann, New York: 
Precocious. (Print.) 
Puck's safety appliance for beginners. 

(Print.) 
Puzzling (A) phenomenon. (Print.) 
Supreme (The) test. (Print.) 
Unfortunate realism. (Print.) 
Kircheis (O. A.), Marine, 111.: 

Marine arion band march. Com- 
posed by O. A. Kircheis. (Music.) 
Kneipp pub. co.. New York: 

Kneipp (M. S.). Baby's Kneipp cure. 
(Books: 1.) 
Koerner & Hayes, Buffalo, N. Y. : 
Gold diggings. (Lithograph.) 
Off to the Klondike. (Lithograph.) 
Lanpher (F. K.), Bostou : 

Little fistiana. 1898. (Books: 2.) 
Lawrence (Chester A.), Dorchester,Mass. : 
Hartigan (Mrs. Betsey). By Stuart. 

(Photograph.) 
Unfinished portrait of a young man. 
By Stuart. (Photograph.) 
Lee & Shephard, Boston : 

Allen (G. B.). Water-color paint- 
ing. (Books: 1.) 
Liliuokalani. Hawaii's story. 
(Books: 1.) 
Lincoln (H. N.), U. S. : 

Crowning theme. Hymns for Sun- 
day schools, etc. (Music book.) 
Lippiucott (J. B.) co., Philadelphia: 
Doyle (A. C). A desert drama, 
being the tragedy of the Korosko. 
(Books: 1.) 
Little, Brown & co., Boston: 

Parkman (F.). The conspiracy of 
Pontiac, and the Indian war after 
the conquest of Canada. v. 1. 
(Books: 1.) 

Montcalm and Wolfe. France 

and England in North America. 
pt. 7, v. 3. (Books: 1.) 
Longmans, Green & co., New York: 

Henderson (G. F.). Stonewall Jack- 
son. (Books: 1.) 
Low (Frank M.) & co. : 

About knights templar coats. 
(Books: 2.) 
Lyon & Hcaly, Chicago: 

Why every musical student and ama- 
teur should possess a Lyon cV 1 1 ealy 
metronome. (Books: 2.) 
Macauley (Frank I.), San Francisco, Cal.: 
Medico classified directory of San 
Francisco. (Books: 1.) 
McBride(D. H.) ■&, co., Akron, Ohio: 

McBride (The) A. M. 1). G. choral 
book. (Music book.) 
McClure (S. S.) co., New York : 

Celebrated crowns. (Books: 3.) 
Ellis (E. S.). Young (The) Klon- 

dikers. Chap. 17. (Books: 3.) 
Eraser (J. M.). Where the law of 

Moses still rules. (Books: 3.) 
Howard (M.). Giant snow fights of 
the northwest. ( Books: 3.) 



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■cClure (S. S.) co., New York : 

Spofford (H. P.). Miss Rhodv. 
(Books: 3.) 
IfcGuire (T. Bartley), Providence, R. I.: 

Mother's (A) blessing in the letter to 
her hoy. By T. Bartley McGuire. 
Song. (Music ) 
Mckenzie (P. J. C), Toronto, Ontario, 
Canada : 

Rules for playing the game of Yukon- 
ites. (Books: 2.) 
Macmillan co., New York: 

Bodlev(J. E.C.)- France, v.l. Book 
1-2. (Books: 1.) 

v. 2. Book 3-4. (Books: 1.) 

Coleman (S. E.). An algebraic arith- 
metic, being an exposition of the 
theory and practice of advanced 
arithmetic. (Books: 1.) 

Crowninshield (Mrs. S.). Where the 
trade wind blows. West Indian 
tales. (Books: 1.) 

Titchener (E. B.). A primer of psy- 
chology. (Books: 1.) 

Ward (L. F.). Outlines of sociologv. 
(Books: 1.) 

Zola (E.). Paris, v. 2. Book 3 
and 4. Translated bv Ernest Al- 
fred Vizetelly. (Books: 1.) 
Martin (David), secretary of the com- 
monwealth for the state of Penn- 
sylvania, Harrisburg, Pa. : 

Pennsylvania state reports, v. 182. 
(Books: 1.) 
Matthews (George R.), Worcester, Mass. : 

(Au.) Major Raymond march, op. 
12. (Music.) 
Matthews (Harry T.), Cincinnati. Ohio: 

Graphaphone novelty advertising- 
case. (Photographs.) 
Mawson, .Swan and Morgan, Newcastle- 
on-Tyne, England : 

The last watch of Hero. After the 
original picture by Lord Leighton, 
P. R.A. (Engraving.) 
Metz (Theo. A.), New York: 

Do your honey, do. Comical coon 
song. By Theo. A. Metz. (Music.) 

Give Cinda the cake. Song and 
chorus. By Theo. A. Metz and 
George Graham. (Music.) 

Walk, baby, walk; or, the picka- 
ninny cake walker. By Theo. A. 
Metz. Piano and words. (Music.) 
Mezzacapo (E.), Paris, France: 

Clara. Polka tzigane, pour piano 
seul. Par E. Mezzacapo. (Music.) 
Mills (F.A.), New York: ■ 

Ev'ry coon has got the white fever 
now. By Stewart and Estrem. 
(Music.) 

I only wish you'd tell me why 'tis 
so. Words and music by Charles 
Graham. (Music.) 

I'm not the girl you loved long ago. 
Words by Harry Collins. Music 
by Morris Mays. (Music.) 



Mills (F.A.), New York: 

"I'm gwine to kill a coon." Words 
and music by Dave Barton. 
(Music.) 

Love's rirst kiss. Words by George 
Cooper. Music by Alfred C. 
Marks. (Music.) 

''Swell (The) Miss Fitzwell." 
Words and music by Andy Lewis. 
(Music.) 
Mitchell (William L.), Chicago: 

Snyder's real-estate map of the for- 
mer city of LakeYiew. [n. ed.] 
(Map.) 
Montagna (Carlo), New York: 

Sulle rive del Po (on the banks of 
the Po), mazurka. Guitar solo by 
Carlo Montagna. (Music.) 
Mooney(Clarence Dana), Newport, N. H. : 

Richards (The) school march. Two- 
step. Composed by C. D. Mooney. 
[For piano, j (Music. ) 
Morrow (Robert G.), Portland, Oreg. : 

Reports of cases decided in the su- 
preme court of the state of Oregon, 
v. 30. (Books: 1.) 
Mott (J. L. ) iron works, New York : 

Bathroom interior "A." (Engrav- 
ing.) 

Bathroom interior "B„" (Engrav- 
ing.) 

January circular, 1898. (The J. L. 
Mott iron works.) (Books: 2.) 
Miiller (D.), New York: 

Little (The) red ribbon she wore in 
her hair. Words by Samuel Min- 
turn Peck. Music by John J. Mc- 
Intvre. (Music.) 

Old Walhalla hall. March song. 
Words by P. J. Sweeney. Music 
by John J. Mclntyre. (Music.) 

One girl is enough for me. Words 
and music bv John J. Mclntvre. 
(Music.) 

True love should never change. 
Words by John J. Mclntyre. Mu- 
sic by Geo. F. Braham. (Music.) 

When heads, not hearts, are wedded. 
Words by John J. Mclntyre. Mu- 
sic by Otto J. Miiller. (Music.) 
Munn & co., New York: 

Foreign patent practice. (Books: 2.) 

Scientific (The) American handbook. 
(Books: 2.) 
National correspoudence institute, Wash- 
ington, D. C. : 

Announcement of the department of 
civil service examinations. Na- 
tional correspondence institute. 
(Books: 2.) 

Announcement of the department of 
engineering. National correspond- 
ence institute. (Books: 2.) 

Announcement of the department of 
journalism. National correspond- 
ence institute. (Books: 2.) 



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National correspondence institute, Wash- 
ington, D. G. : 

Elementary physics pertaining to 
gauging.' (Illustrated.) (Books: 
' 2.) 

Special instructions from the na- 
tional correspondence institute. 
(Specials nos. 5-10.) (B)o"ks:2.) 

New York life insurance co., New York: 
Premium rates, guarantees, and illus- 
trations of policies. (Books: 1.) 

New Yorker staats-zeitung, New York: 
Die gliickliclie frau. Chap. 10. 
(Books: 3.) 

Newman (Joseph), Denver, Colo.: 

Breaking the ties of home. Song 
and chorus. Composed by Joe 

Newman. (Music.) 

Nichols (H. S.)j London and Boston: 

Khayyam (O.). The Pubaiyat. 
Translated by Edward Heron- 
Allen. (Books: 1.) 

Nickle (\Y. S.), Chicago: 

Build on the rock. Words by Mrs. 

W. J. Kennedy. Music by YV. S. 

Nickle. (Music.) 
Christian's (The) hope. Words by 

Mrs. W. J. Kennedy. Music by 

W. S. Nickle. (Music.) 
Crowned with glory. Words by E. 

A. Hoffman. Music by W. S. Nickle. 

(Music.) 
Give more time to prayer. Words by 

E. A. Hoffman. Music by Elisha 

A. Hoffman. (Music.) 
Joy in soul-saving. Words by E. A. 

Hoffman. Music l>y Elisha A. 

Hoffman. (Music.) 
Knocking at the door. Words by 

.Mrs. W. J. Kennedy. Music by 

W. S. Nickle. (Music.) 
Longing for rest. Words by Mrs. 

W. J. Kennedy. Music by W. S. 

Nickle. (Music i 

Roll your care on Jesus. Words and 
music by W. S. Nickle. (Music.) 

Speak a word for Jesus. Words by 
E. A. Hoffman. Music by W. s. 
Nickle. (Music.) 

Tell of Jesus. Words by Mrs. W. .1. 
Kennedy. Music by W. S. Nickle. 
(Music.) 

What then. Words by E. A. Hoff- 
man. Music by W. S. Nickle. 
(Music.) 

Wonderful grace. Words by Mrs. 
W.J. Kennedy. Music by W. S. 
Nickle. (Music.) 

Notman photographic co., Boston: 

Lawrence (Rev. William.) No-. 1-G. 
(Photographs.) 



Novello, Ewer & co., New York: 

Legend (The) of St. Christopher. A 
dramatic oratorio for solo yoices, 
chorus, orchestra, and orgau. The 
verse by Isabella Parker, the music 
by Horatio Parker, (op. 13.) [Edi- 
tion for piano with vocal score.] 
(Music.) 
O God. thou art my God. Anthem 
for teiior and soprano solos and 
chorus. Composed by Bertram 
Luard Selby. (Music.) 
Te Deum laiidamus and benedictus. 
By George C. Martin. Men's voices. 
Aflat. (Music.) 
Wreaths for our graves. Choral 
song. Words by L. F. Massey. 
Music by Arthur Sullivan. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Outcault & Connor, New York: 

("Johnny Jones's school days.") 
Taking advantage of vacation. 
January 23, 1898. (Cut.) 
Parry (Samuel), Pluckemin, N. J.: 

"Pet (The) canaries." (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Pearson (W. W.), Great Britain: 

Three merry fishers. Humoious part 
song. Words by G. Win. Ollett. 
Music by W. W. Pearson. (Music.) 
Pepper (J.W.), Philadelphia: 

Serenade, summer night. Eor piano. 
By 0. E. Sutton. (Music.) 
Physicians' medical co.. New York: 

Tidings ! There is hope for the hope- 
less. A valuable treatise by the 
Physicians' medical co. (Books: 2.) 
Elunkett (O. G.) } St. Johns, Mich.: 

Officers, foresters, managers, and phy- 
sicians of St. Johns camp, no. 2387, 
M. W. of A.. ltf'JS. (Photograph.) 
Polk (R. L.) & co., Detroit, Mich. : 

Houghton county directory, v. 2. 
189S. (Books: 1.) 
Poole bros., Chicago: 

Canadian Pacific railway and con- 
nections, etc. (Map.) 
Oregon railroad and navigation co.'s 
map of Alaska. (Map.) 
Popular music co., New York: 

Girl (The) who will always be true. 
Bv Chas. Graham. (Music.) 
Pratt (Carrie H.), Buffalo, N. Y. : 

Pork-packer's (The) daughter. 
Words and music by Carrie H. 
Pratt. Arranged by J. Bode wait 
Lampe. (Music.) 
Price (Charles) A co.. Manchester. Eng- 
land : 
Jane Magee. (.^ong.) Words and 
music by ( \ W. Murphy. Arranged 
by Wilton Charles. (Music.) 
Pry or A: Hi logins, New York: 

Dark (A) town. (Two-step.) By 
Arthur W. Pry or. (Music.) 



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Putnam's (G. P.) sons, New York: 

Brooke (E). The confession of 
Stephen YVhapshare. (Books: 1.) 
Raboch (Wenzel A.), New York: 

Bohemian march. By W. A. Rahoch. 
[For piano.] (Music.) 
Rand. McNally & co., Chicago: 

Rand,McNally& co.'s indexed county 
and township pocket map and ship- 
pers' guide of Arizona. (Map. ) 

Rand, McNally & co.'s indexed county 
and township pocket map and ship- 
pers' guide of Kansas. (Map.) 

Rand, McXally & co.'s indexed county 
and township pocket map and ship- 
pers' guide of Missouri. (Map.) 

Rand, McXally & co.'s indexed county 
and township pocket map and ship- 
pers' guide of Xe w Jersey. (Map. ) 

Rand,McN ally & co.'s indexed county 
and township pocket map and ship- 
pers' guide of North Dakota. (Map.) 

Winter (J. S.). The strange story of 
my life. (The colonel's daughter.) 
A novel. (Books: 1.) 
Ray (C. F.), Asheville, N. C. : 

Biltmore house, no. 70. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

no. 71. (Photograph.) 

no. 73. (Photograph.) 

no. 74. (Photograph.) 

Redman (Elias C), Denver, Colo.: 

Clear Creek county, Colorado, min- 
ing and business directorv, 1898. 
(Books: 1.) 
Regina music box company, Rahwav, 
N. J. : 

Boynton beach march. Popper, no." 
1565. [Musical chart.] 

County fair waltz, no. 1562. [Mu- 
sical chart.] 

Pikes Peak march. Maier. no. 1566. 
[Musical chart.] 

Tinsoldier (The); Song. no. 1564. 
[Musical chart.] 

Zu Augsburg im gold'nen stern. 
Song. no. 1563. [Musical chart.] 
Registration league, Chicago: 

Pratt (E.M.). Brain ore. (Books: 
2.) 
Reichenbach (Aicide), Trappe, Pa. : 

An outline of the origin and grow T th 
of the French language. (Books: 
2.) 
Revell (Fleming H.) co., Chicago: 

Hillis (N. D.). The drama of man's 
soul. Books: 3.) 
Risley & Peyton, New York : 

Risley (N. O.). Tin (The) town 
sport. Arranged by Walter G. 
Horton. (Music.) 
Roessler (O.F.): 

Jefferson county history. Events 
happening during the pioneer 
days. Chap. 128. (Books: 3.) 



Rogers & Eastman, Cleveland, Ohio: 

Sonata in A minor, op. 98. By Jos. 
Rheinberger. The organist's li- 
brary of modern music. Jan., 1898. 
v. 1, no. 4. (Music.) 
Root (Mary O.), United States: 

Root (G. F.). The prize. A collec- 
tion of songs, hymns, chants, an- 
thems, and concert pieces for the 
Sunday school. (Music book.) 
Rosche (Geo. F,), Chicago : 

Have faith in God. Words by E. E. 
Hewitt. Music by Geo. F. Rosche. 
Duet. (Music.) 
Rosenberg (G- M.) : 

Schorcher (The). March and two- 
step. By George Rosey. Piano. 
(Music.)" 

Susana (La). Spanish waltzes. By 
George Rosey. (Music. ) 
Rost (H. A.) ptg. and pub. co., New York : 

Capitol at Washington. (Chromo.) 

Central park. (Chromo.) 

City hall. (Chromo.) 

Coney island. (Chromo.) 

Madison square. (Chromo.) 

New York and Brooklyn bridge. 
(Chromo.) 

New York harbor. (Chromo.) 

Niagara falls. (Chromo.) 

Post-office. (Chromo.) 

Riverside drive. (Chromo.) 

Rockaway beach. (Chromo.) 

Union square. (Chromo.) 
Rost (E.), New York: 

"After sundown." (Engraving.) 

"Coming (The) storm." (Engrav- 
ing.) 

11 Frosty morning." (Engraving.) 

"On lake Erie." (Engraving.) 

"On the Hackensack." (Engraving.) 
Sackett & Wilhelms litho. and ptg. co., 
New York : 

Good (A) impression. (Books: 2.) 
Sampson (Lewis D.), Valparaiso, Ind. : 

Normal (The) course. The Chautau- 
qua extension plan of education. 
(Books: 2.) 
Sampson, Murdock & co., Boston : 

Boston (The) register and business 
directorv. no. 63. 1898. (Books: 

1.) 
Sanborn-Perris map co., ltd., New York : 
Cranford, Union county, N. J. Jan. 

1898. (Map.) 
East Grand Forks, Polk county, 

Minn. Dec, 1897. (Map.) 
Eau Claire, Wis. (Insurance inaj3.) 

1897. (Map.) 
Epping, Rockingham county, N. H. 

Jan., 1898. (Map.) 
Franklin, Merrimac county, N. H. 

Dec, 1897. (Map.) 
Friars point. Coahoma county, Miss. 

Dec, 1897.' (Map.) 
Hackettstow r n, Warren county, N. J. 

Dec, 1897. (Map.) 



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Sanborn- Penis map co., ltd., New York : 

Iron Mountain, Dickinson county, 
Mick. Dec, 1897. (Map.) 

Marshfield, AYood county, Wis. Jan., 
1898. (Map.) 

Nashville, Tenn. v. 2. (Insurance 
map.) 

Neillsville, Clark county, Wis., Dec, 
1897. (Map.) 

Raymond, Rockingham county, X. 
H. Jan., 1898. (Map.) 
Sayre (Louis), Augusta, Ga. : 

Regiment band march. By Louis 
Sayre. Piano solo. (Music.) 
Scales (George), Kalamazoo, Mich. : 

Hon. Thomas Jones will come to Kal- 
amazoo to reside. (Books: 3.) 
Schirmer (G.), Xew York: 

Warren (S. P.). Berceuse. From 
Jocelyn opera. Transcribed for 
organ. (Music.) 

Liszt (F.). Franz Schubert. Twenty- 
four songs. Transcribed for piano. 
v. 1. (Music book.) 

v. 2. (Music book. ) 

Spicker (M.). II barbiere de Sevig- 
lia. (The barber of Seville.) For 
the pianoforte. Selections. (Mu- 
sic) 

II trovatore. Opera by G. Verdi. 

Selections for piano. (Music.) 

La traviata. Opera by G. Verdi . 

For pianoforte. Selections. (Mu- 
sic) 

Rigoletto. Opera by G. Verdi. 

For pianoforte. Selections. (Music) 

Schradieck (H.). Tommaso, Vitali, 
Ciaccona for violin. Arranged for 
violin and piano. (Music.) 
Schmidt (Arthur P.), Boston: 

Faelten (C). Fundamental hints to 
teachers of music (Books: 2.) 

Gavotte elegante. By Charles P. 
Scott, op. 10, no. 2. (Music) 

Lord (The) hath chosen Sion. Anthem 
by AY. YVolstenholme. Lute. no. 
182. (Music.) 

Novelette romautique. By Charles P. 
Scott, op. 10, no. 1. (Music) 

To dreamland town. Lullaby. By 
W. F. Hascall. High voice. (Music.) 
Schuberth (Edward) & co., New York : 

Daisy's (The) secret. Song. Music 
by A. L. Barnes. Edition for low 
voice. (Music) 

Idol's (The) eye waltzes. (The idol's 
eye comic opera.) Music by Victor 
Herbert. (Music.) 

Idol's eye waltzes. By Victor Her- 
bert. Arranged by Otto Langey. 
Edition for orchestra. (Music)' 

Son (The) of Cod goes forth to war. 
For quartet and soli. By A. L. 
Barnes. (Music) 

Three character studies. For piano. 
By Barend Van Gerbig. (Music) 



Schutte (L.) & co., Philadelphia: 

Valves (1898). (Books: 2.) 
Scott, Foresman & co., Chicago: 

Olson (J. E.). Norwegian grammar 
and reader. (Books: 1.) 
Scribner's (Charles) sons, New York : 
Andrews (A. D.). Police (The) con- 
trol of a great election. (Books: 2.) 
Seer (A. S.) print, New York: 

Ballroom scene. 20 sheet. (Litho- 
graphs.) 
Woman scorching on bicycle driven 
by sails. 8-sheet poster. (Litho- 
graphs.) 
Sharpies (Joseph), jr., Pawtucket, R. L: 
Fatal (The) curse. Words and music 
by Joseph Sharpies, jr. (Music) 
Sheard (Charles) & co., London: 

"John Bull in the china shop." 
Written by Albert Hall. Composed 
by Orlando Powell. (Music) 
Miser (The). Written by Albert 
Hall. Composed by Orlando Pow- 
ell. (Music) 
Sheldon (J. D.) & co.. New York: 

Sheldon's retail trade of the United 
states. (Books: 1.) 
Shepard (Frank), Chicago: 

Shepard's national system of adhe- 
sive annotations. Supplement to 
v. 70. Illinois appellate court de- 
cisions. 1898. (Books: 2.) 
Sheppard (Isaac A.) & co., Philadelphia: 
Hints about heating. Pt. 2. 3d ed. 
Revised and enlarged. (Books : 2.) 
Skunk (J. H.), U.S.: 

"On the Suwannee river." 8-sheet 

poster. (Lithographs.) 
Suwannee (The) river. 8-sheet poster. 
(Lithographs.) 
Silver, Burdett & co., Boston: 

Hall (M. P.). The art of accounts. 
An elementary treatise on book- 
keeping, etc (Books: 1.) 
Simper (Caleb), Barnstaple, England: 
Benedicite omnia opera, (no. 5.) 
Composed by Caleb Simper. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Office (The) for the holy communion. 
A devotional setting in I). Com- 
posed by Caleb Simper. (Music) 
Story (The) of the cross, no. 3. Set 
to music by Caleb Simper. (Music.) 
Slocuui (E. R.),jr., Long Branch, N. J. : 
Bank discount calendar for New York 
and New Jersey. 1898. (Books : 2.) 
Southworth bros., Portland, Me.: 

sixteen ounces of steel. (Books: 2.) 
Social register association, Xew York: 
Addenda no. 1, Baltimore, .Ian. 24, 
isox. (Books: 2.) 

Boston, Jan. 17, 1898. (Books: 2.) 

Ckicago,Jau. 17,189*. (Hooks: 2.) 

2.) 
Spaulding (Geo. L.), New A ork : 

Gillillan (R.). Nigger, I never loved 
you, no how. Song. (Music) 



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Spectator co., New York: 

Analysis of policy conditions of 
American and Canadian life insur- 
ance companies. (Books: 1.) 
■pencerian pen co., New York: 

" , \Yriter (The). " (Lithographs.) 
Sprague correspondence school of journal- 
ism, Detroit, Mich. : 
Punctuating, paragraphing, capital- 
izing. Lessons 1 to 20. (Books: 2.) 
Stahl (G. Adolphus), Chicago : 

Triumphal (The) march. By G. 
Adolphus Stahl. For piano. 
(Music.) 
Standard fashion co., New York: 
Girls' dress, no. 4054. (Cut.) 
no. 4076. (Cut.) 

Ladies' cape. no. 4086. (Cut.) 

Ladies' cape wrap. no. 4066. 

(Cut.) 

Ladies' costume. no. 4053. 

(Cut.) 

Ladies' flounced skirt, no. 4067. 

(Cut.) 

Ladies' maternity costume, no. 

4093. (Cut.) 

Ladies' redingote costume, no. 

4075. (Cut.) 

Ladies' Russian blouse, no. 4052. 

(Cut.) 

no. 4100. (Cut.) 

Ladies' sleeve, no. 4070. (Cut.) 

Ladies' waist, no. 4073. (Cut.) 

no. 4092. (Cut.) 

Misses' waist, no. 4078. (Cut.) 

Misses' dress, no. 4068. (Cut.) 

Misses' waist, no. 4079. (Cut.) 

Steel (William G.), Portland, Oreg. : 
Contrast. (Photographs.) 
Traumerei. (Photographs.) 
Stephens (E. W.), Columbia, Mo.: 

Rader (P. S.) Reports of cases de- 
termined in the supreme court of 
the state of Missouri. v. 138. j 
(Books: 1.) 
Stern (Jos. W.) & co., New York: 

Stromberg (J.). "How I love my 

Lu." (Music.) 
Stromberg (J.). "Mr. McCann, a 
self-made man." (Music.) 
Stewart (William P.), New York: 

Adopted illustrations 1898. Book O. 
(Books: 2.) 
Stokes (Frederick A.) co.. New York: 

Thanet (O.). A problem of honor. ! 
[Thepocket magazine. Feb. 1898.] 
(Books: 1.) 
Street & Smith, New York: 

Sawyer (E. T.). The Panhandle j 
mine case. (Books: 1.) 
Strobridge lithographing co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio: 
Eyes hanger (N. Y. 7949. ) (Print. ) 
Warrecord certificate. (Engraving.) J 
Strohmeyer & Wyman, Arlington, N. J. : 
After the wake (Photographs.) 



Strohmeyer & Wyman, Arlington, N. J.: 

All coons look alike to me. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Among the prize chrysanthemums. 
(Photographs.) 

"Arbitrate, faith, Pat, an' yer too 
dead aizy.'' (Photographs') 

Before the ball. (Photographs.) 

Broadway, the busy thoroughfare, 
New York, U. S. A. no. 1. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

no. 2. (Photographs.) 

"Dis am de mos' narrerest escape dis 
chile eber had." (Photographs.) 

Edinburgh castle from Grasmarket, 
Scotland, no. 1. (Photographs.) 

no. 2. (Photographs.) 

French (The) dancing master, no. 1. 
(Photographs.) 

no. 2. (Photographs.) 

Going with the stream. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Gossip. At every sip a reputation 
dies. (Photographs.) 

(Heart) Breakers along the seashore. 
(Photographs.) 

Here's a nice dinner for you . (Photo- 
graphs.) 

"Hiven only knows how Mary Ann 
iver said yis." (Photographs.) 

I have something for all. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

In the great corn fields of Eastern 
Kansas, U.S.A. (Photographs.) 

"Jinks ! I could 'a swore I saw a leetle 
darkey in the melon patch." 
(Photographs.) 

Jolly bathers at Coney Island, U. S. A. 
(Photographs.) 

Looking into the lake of fire, crater 
of volcano Kilauea, Hawaiian 
Islands. (Photographs.) 

"Mamma's darlings and papa's joys." 
(Photographs.) 

Noah and his family leaving the ark. 
(Photographs.; 

On the border of Shut-eye-town. 
(Photographs.) 

Our cherub. (Photographs.) 

Partiality. (Photographs.) 

Patchwork. (Photographs.) 

Reality. (Photographs.) 

Romance. (Photographs.) 

School (The) of the ballet, no. 3. 
(Photographs.) 

no. 4. (Photographs.) 

Stitch (A) in time saves nine. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Suffer little children to come "unto 
me." (Photographs.) 

Taking the cream. (Photographs.) 

This little pig went to market. (Pho- 
tographs. ) 

Tipperary (The) jig. no. 2. (Photo- 
graphs') 

no. 3. (Photographs.) 

Tired of play. (Photographs.) 



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By 



For 



Strokmeyer & Wyman, Arlington. N. J. : 

Tormentors. (Photographs.) 

'Twas the night hefore Christmas. 
(Photographs.) 

Vacation sports at the seaside, no. 2. 
(Photographs.) 

no. 3. (Photographs.) 

Waiting for dinner. (Photographs.) 
Will they ever wake np 1 (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Strong (Marcia A.), New York: 

M'Clintock (J.), Strong (J.) Cyclope- 
dia of Biblical, theological, and 
ecclesiastical literature, v. 3. E, 
F, G. (Books: 1.) 
Summy (Clayton F.)_, Chicago : 

Whoso hath this world's good. 
cred hymn for mixed voices. 
Philo A. Otis. (Music.) 
Sutton (O. E.), Rochester, N. Y. : 

Electric (The) wave march. 

piano. By O. E. Sutton. Arranged 
by E. H. Ferguson for 1st and 2d 
banjos. (Music.) 

2 mandolins and guitar. (Mu- 
sic. ) 

Eureka club march. By O. E. Sut- 
ton. Arranged by E. H. Ferguson 
for 1st mandolin, 2d mandolin, and 
guitar. (Music.) 

Two-step. By O. E. Sutton. 

Piano solo. (Music.) 

Polonaise. For piano. By O. E. Sut- 
ton. (Music.) 

Young America march. For 1st and 
2d mandolin and guitar. Arranged 
by E. H. Ferguson. (Music.) 

Piano solo. By O. E. Sutton. 

(Music.) 

Swift (George P.), Chicago: 

American diamond co., sixty-pay- 
ment contract. (Books: 2.) 
Taber-Prang art co., Boston: 

American (The) home; the safeguard 

of American liberties. (Chronio.) 
Bouquet of purple lilacs. (Chronio.) 
Yard of sweet peas. (Chronio. ) 
Tanenbaum (I.), son & co., New York: 
"Occupants-contingent." A book or 
form for use in connection with 
insurance. (Books: 2.) 
Ten Eyck portrait co., Chicago: 

Ten Eyck portraits. (Books: 2.) 
Thompson & Acfield, Poughkeepsie, N. 
Y., and London, England : 
Into the calm of a country. Poem by 
William Van Buren Thompson. 
Music by William Acfield. (Music.) 
Thompson music co., Chicago: 

I can never love another. Song and 
chorus. Composed by Edna 
Browning. (Music.) 
Nellie who rides the green bike. 
Song and chorus. Composed by 
Leroy Diddie. (Music.) 



Thompson (N. D.)pub. co., St. Louis, Mo. : 
Thompson (N. D.). Facts for those 
contemplating a book agency. 
(Books: 2.) 
Toennies (A. G.), St. Louis, Mo : 

Alypius von Cagaste. Dem Englis- 
chen nacherzahlt von Anna Steen. 
(Books: 1.) 
Tonnesen (Beatrice), Chicago: 
Choir boy. (Photographs.) 
Coming (The) of the new year. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Madonna. (Photographs.) 
" Sweethearts." (Photographs.) 
Tooth (Arthur) & sons, New York : 

Kennet & Avon. Painted by David 
Murray. (Engraving.) 
Underwood & Underwood. London, 
England: 
Bernese girls taking coffee, Switzer- 
land. (Photographs.) 
Famous (The) roulette salon, casino, 
Monte Carlo, Monaco, France. 
(Photographs.) 
Hamlet (A) in Switzerland. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Lucerne, and the lofty Pilatus, 

Switzerland. (Photographs. ) 
Picturesque Palestine, the wilderness 
of the scapegoat. (43.) (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Resting place for tourists, Jericho, 

Palestine. (55.) (Photographs.) 
Suez canal at Port Said, Egypt. (1.) 
(Photographs.) 
United society of Christian endeavor, 
Boston : 
Hill (Mrs. J. L.). The Williston 
game of bible queries. [Directions.] 
(Books: 2.) 
• Universalist pub. house, Boston: 

Universalist (The) register for 1898. 
Edited bv Richard Eddy. no. 63. 
(Books: 1.) 
Upton (CassiusM.), Chicago: 

Ho! for the Klondike! How to get 
there ! Ten trunk lines from Buffalo 
toward the Klondike, $50. (Books: 

?•) 
Urbahns (D. F.) & Mohr (Helen S.)J 
Fort Wayne, Ind. : 

I love thee. Words by 1 ). F, Urbahns. 
Music by Helen S. Mohr. (Music.) 
Uren(Chas. E.): 

Vicinity of Grass Valley and Nevada 
City, Nevada county, Cal., 1897. 
(Map.) 
Van Court (H.) & co., Philadelphia: 

Book of ratings of the American shoe 
and leather trade ass'n., Jan., 1898. 
36th issue. (Books: 1.) 
Van Ness (.Joseph), Boston: 

Designing and cutting patterns. By 
C. I?. Hatfield. Introduction 
(Books: 2.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued 



Van Ness (Joseph), Boston: 

Designing and cutting patterns. Bv 

C. B. Hatfield. Chap. 6. Whole- 
oxed or seamless vamps. Jan. 25, 

1898. (Books: 2.) 
Van Oost (J. W.), New York: 

Roses. (Lithographs.) 
Van Sant (S. Monroe), Sea Bright, N. J. : 
Hear the call. Words and music by 

S. Monroe A T an Sant. [Mixed 

voices.] (Music.) 
Vaughn (G. K.) Victor, Colo.: 

Love, honor and r em em h r an ce . 

(Chromo.) 
Yivian music pub. co., Boston: 

Sweet remembrance waltzes. By 

Geo. M. Blaudford. [For piano.] 

(Music.) 
Wadleigh (L. B. E.), U. S. : 

Let in dis little coon. Words and 

music by L. B r ii n i n g e r E i 1 i s . 

(Music. ) 
Walker (William), Detroit, Mich. : 

Wayne (H. B.), Julia Arthur. March. 

Two-step. (Piano.) (Music.) 
Way & Williams, Chicago : 

Adams (M. M.), The choir visible. 

(Books: 1.) 
Armstrong (E.). The teacup club. 

(Books: 1.) 
Baiini (L. F.). Mother goosein prose. 

(Books: 1.) 
Chopin (K.). A night in Acadia.) 

(Books: 1.) 
Cleary (K. M.). Like a gallant lady. 

(Books: 1.) 
Clover (S. T.). Paul Travers' adven- 
tures. (Books: 1.) 
Field (H. D. & R. M.). The muses 

up to date. (Books: 1.) 
Judah (M. J.). Down our way. 

(Books: 1.) 
Summis (C. F.). The enchanted bur- 
ro; (Books: 1.) 
Peattie(E. W.). Pippins and cheese. 

(Books: 1.) 
Thanet (O.). A book of true lovers. 

(Books: 1.) 
Waterloo (S.). The story of Ah. 

(Books: 1.) 
Neely (F. Tennyson), New York: 

Hall (B.). Even as you and I. 

(Books: 1.) 
Wehman (Henry J.), New York: 

Burns (E. B.). Wehman's book on 

phonic shorthand. (Books: 1.) 
Wehman's hook on boats. ( Books : 1. ) 
Wehman's book on fishing. (Books: j 

1.) 
Wehman's 10- cent cookbook. 

(Books: 1.) 
Weinberger (Josef), Leipzig: 

Blumen unci liebe walzer. Von 

Franz von Suppe. Arrangement 

von Rud. Raimann. Fiir clavier (\ 

2 ms. (Music.) 



Weinberger (Josef), Leipzig: 

Manover. Marsch. Von Franz von 
Suppe". Arrangirt for piano. Von 
Rud. Raimann. (Music.) 

Pariserin (Die). Von Franz von 
Suppe. Potpourri 1. (Music.) 

Potpourri 2. (Music.) 

Pariserin-gavotte. Fiir clavier. 2 
ms. Musik von Franz von Suppe. 
(Music.) 
Weingaertner & Shumate, St. Louis, Mo. : 

" St. Louis, Mo. » (Map.) 
West pub. co., St. Paul, Minn. : 

Black (H. C.).. A treatise on the 
laws and practice governing the 
removal of causes. (Books: 1.) 

Cases on the law of real property. 
Selected by Prof. Elmer E. Barrett. 
(Books: 1.) 
White (Charles Vining), Minneapolis, 
Minn. : 

Doan't fo' git vo' honev Loo. Song. 
Bv C. V. White. (Music.) 
White ( W H.), Miller, S. Dak. : 

To make the best bread on earth. 
(Books: 2.) 
White-Smith music pub. co., Boston: 

May flower song. For j)ianoforte. 
By C. W. Krogrnann. (Music.) 

Rondino. For pianoforte. ByC.W. 
Krogmaun. (Music.) 

Royal gavotte. Arranged by E. 
Gargiulo. For guitar solo. 
(Music.) 

Mandolin and guitar. (Music.) 

Soldier (A) of fortune. Song for 
baritone. Words by Wm. H. Gard- 
ner. Music by Geo. Lowell Tracy. 
(Music.) 

Ten ballads for the piano. By Robert 
Coverly. (Music book.) 

Valse gracieuse. Violin and piano. 
By S. E. Goldstein. (Music) 

With eyes of faith. Hymn by Ray 
Palmer, set to music for high voice 
by Charles Dudley Underbill. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Williams (Clifford Elizabeth), U. S. : 

Dream (A) of love. Words and mu- 
sic by Clifford Elizabeth Williams. 
(Music.) 
Williams (Joseph), London, England: 

Fighting (The) temeraire. Song. 
Music by F. Pascal, no. 2 in D. 
(Music.)" 
Wills (Arthur W.), Tacoina, Wash. : 

Beatrice May waltz. By Arthur W. 
Wills. [For piano.] (Music.) 
Wilson co., New York: 

Water softening. A balance for users 
of hard water. (Books: 2.) 
Witmark (M.) & sons, New York: 

Aint you comin' round to see me any 
more? Coon song. By Earle Rem- 
ington and Arthur Gillespie. (Mu- 
sic.) 



304 



INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Witmark (M.) & sons, New York: 

Betrothal waltzes. By Paul Arm- 
strong. (Music.) 

Black (The) K. P's. march. Song. 
By Hillman and Perrin. (Music.) 

Campus march. ByPaulCohn. [For 
piano.] (Music.) 

Cumberland '61. March and two- 
step. B\~ Geo. J. Trinkaus. [For 
piano.] (Music.) 

Don't send the organ man away. Song 
and chorus. By Kate O'Rourke 
and E. Naltes. (Music.) 

Grisette. Serio comic song. By A. B. 
Sloaue aud Jean C. Havers. (Mu- 
sic.) 

If you got any sense you'll go. Com 
ic coon song. By Ben. R. Harney. 
(Music.) 

Fse never g wine to lub you any more. 
Song and chorus. Music by A. E. B. 
Leonard. (Music.) 

Starr (H.). My girl's dad. Sougaud 
chorus. (Music.) 

Trinkaus (T. P.). Original (125) 
guitar studies for the right hand. 
(Music book.) 

Roof (The) garden cycle party. An 
Irish soiree. Music by Summit L. 
Hecht. (Music.) 

Rosemary polka. By Mrs. A. E. B. 
Leonard. [For piano.] (Music.) 

When Susan Simpkins marries Jas- 
per Green. By Hillman aud Per- 
rin. (Music.)" 



Wolsieffer (P.M.), Chicago: 

Robie's vest pocket catalogue of Ca- 
nadian revenue stamps, (Books: 2.) 
Wyetk (John) & bro., Philadelphia: 
Wyetlrs peptonate of iron and man- 
ganese. (Books: 2.) 
Wyman (Mrs. M. L.), U. S. : 

Wyman (CM.). The palm. A col- 
lection of sacred music. (Music 
book.) 
Y'ates (Mary M. B.), Elsinore, Cal. : 

Haywood (Hope). (Mary M. B. 
Y'ates.) Ideals of the immanent 
love, or the steps of a soul from 
sunlight to truth. (Books: 1.) 
Young (George W.), Paris, Mo. : 

Showing location of creeks on Klon- 
dike, Montana, Indian, Dead wood, 
Bryant, etc. (Map.) 
Y'oung (R. Y.), New York: 

''Does you love me, hun?" (Photo- 
graphs. ) 
Vernal Falls, Yosemite Valley, Cali- 
fornia, U. S. A. (Photographs.) 
Zickel bros., Detroit, Mich. : 

"Fascinator (The)/' Two-step 
march. By W. Eugene Page. 
(Music.) 
Zimmermann (Jul. Heinr.), Leipzig: 

Ausseliger zeit. Fur 2 solo violinen 
mit beglcitung von streich instru- 
menten, von Otto von Walden. op. 
61. Arranged von J. H. Matthey. 
(Music.) 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 

Office of the Register of Copyrights, 
Washington, D. C. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
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Vol. 14, no. 5. 
Whole no. 344— January 31-February §, 1898, 



CONTENTS. 

I. Books : Page. Page. 

(1) Books proper 307 ! IX. Fine Arts (a list of the photographs 

(2) Miscellaneous 312 deposited Avith applications for copy- 

(3) Newspaper and Magazine articles. 315 right of paintings, drawings, stat- 
II. Dramatic Compositions 318 nary, and models or designs intended 

III. Periodicals . . 319 to be perfected as works of the fine 

IT. Musical Compositions and Collec- arts) 356 

tions of Music 329 X. Miscellaneous (a heading designed 

V. Maps and Charts 345 to contain titles for deposits not 

,VI. Engravings, Cuts, and Prints 351 included in the above classes) 359 

VII. Chromos and Lithographs 353 j XI. Index op Copyright Proprietors... 360 

VIII. Photographs 351 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 

1898. 



EXPLANATION. — The author and title are arranged alphabetically under ten rubrics, as 
shown in the table of contents, and are followed by one index of proprietors. 

I. BOOKS -(1) BOOKS PROPER, 

(Arranged alphabetically by authors. Collections of music "will be found under "IV. Musical 
Compositions." For iidex of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Authors. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Ablen (Mrs. G. E.). As in a mirror, chaps. 1-11. 16° 
Boston, Lothrop pub. co., [n.d.] (1*98, no. 8802. 
Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 1 

Ann Arbor city directory (Glen V. Mills's), 1898. 8 C . 
Glen V. Mills, 1897. '( 1898, no. 8212. Rec'd Feb. 3, 

1898.) 2 

Art treasures from paintings of famous artists, sees. 
33-36. f°. Philadelphia. Carson & Simpson, [n. d.] 
(1897, nos. 72083-72086. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 3 

Bailey (L. H.). First lessons with plants, being an 
abridgment of "Lessons with plants." 12 c . New 
York. Macrnillan co.. 1898. (1898, no. 8769. Rec'd 
Jan. 31. 1898. ) 4 

Belmont (Perry). Republican responsibility for pres- 
ent currency perils. 12°. New York, G. P. Put- 
nam's sons, 1898. (1898, no. 8772. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 5 

Book (The) of complete information about pianos. 
12-. New York, Wing & son. [n. d.] ( L897. no. 70613. 
Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) 6 

Brickner (Samuel M., translator). See Klemperer (G. ). 
The elements of clinical diagnosis. 

Brill (Nathan E., translator). See Klemperer (G. ). 
Elements of clinical diagnosis. 

Bronson (Thomas Curry). Grace Baldwin; or, Schnell's 
place. 12 J . Chicago, Franklin ptg. and pub. co., 
[n. d.] (1897. no. 69261. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898. ) 7 

Brooklyn daily eagle almanac. 1898. 2d ed. 8 C . 
Brooldyn, [n. d.] (1898, no. 9717. Rec'd Feb. 3, 
1898.) 8 

Bruce (George H.). Humors of the law. 24- . New 
York, Baker, Yoorhis & co., [n.d.] (1898, no. 6386. 
Rec'd Feb. 1,1898.) 9 

Bryant (William M.). Life, death, and immortality. 
12°. New York, Baker & Taylor co., 1898. (1898. 
no. 7179. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 10 

Bullinger (i:dwin W., compiler). The mercantile 
agency. Kansas City, ed. of Jan., 1898. 8°. New 
York, Edwin W. Bullinger, [n.d.] (1898, no. 6094. 
Rec'd Feb. 1,1898.) 11 

Pittsburg, ed. of Jan., 1898. 8°. New York, 

Edwin W. Bullinger. [n. d.J (1898, no. 6093. Rec'd 
Feb. 2, 1898.) ' 12 



Lothrop pub. co., Boston. 



Glen V. Mills, 

Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Carson & Simpson, 

Philadelphia. 

L.H.Bailey, Ithaca, N. Y. 



Perry Belmont, New York. 



Frank L. Wing, New York. 



Thomas Curry Bronson, 

Hiawatha, Kans. 



Brooklyn daily eagle, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



George H. Bruce, 



New York. 



William M. Bryant, 

Webster Groves, Mo. 



Edwin W. Bullinger, 

New York. 



Do. 



301 



308 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 






Authors, 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Casson (Herbert N.). " The red light."' 16°. Lynn, 
Mass., Lynn labor church press, 1898. (1898, no. 
3801. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 13 

Churchill (Winston). The celebrity. An episode. 
12 c . New York, Macrnillan co. ; London, Macmil- 
lan & co., ltd.. 1898. (1898, no. 9347. Rec'd Feb. 3, 
1898.) 11 

Clark (Charles H.). A laboratory manual in practical 
botany. 12 c . New York. American book co.. [n. d.] 
(1898, no. 3211. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898. ) 15 

Connecticut (The) business directory and gazetteer 
for 1898. 8 C . Bostou, Union pub. co.. 1898. (1898, 
no. 8213. Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898.) 16 

"Cousin Sarv." I guess: or. Jess and Aramintka. 

12 c . Chicago, YW^B. Conkev co., [n. d.] (67118. 

Rec'd Jan. 31. 1898.) 17 

Davidson (John). The bargain theory of wages. 12°. 

New York. G. P. Putnam's sons. 1898. (1898. no. 

3113. Rec'd Feb. 1,1898.) 18 

Dickerson (George Holland). Climbing. A life expe- 
rience. With an introduction by A.B.Hyde. 24°, 
[n.i.] (1898. no. 6063. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 19 

East Providence (The) directory. 1898. 8°. Boston, 
Sampson. Mardock & co.. [n. d.] (1898, no. 6775. 
Rec'd Feb. 1.1898.) 20 

Eggleston (George Cary). Southern soldier stories. 
12 : . New York. Macrnillan co. : Loudon. Macrnillan 
& co.. ltd.. 1898. (1898. no. 9318. Rec'd Feb. 3. 
1898.) 21 

Ellery (Harrison) and Bowditch (Charles Pickering). 
The Pickering genealogy; being an account of the 
first three generations of the Pickering family, of 
Salem, Mass. v. 1-2. 4°. [n.i.] (1897, nos. 66946, 
66947. Rec'd Feb. 4. 1- 22-23 

Flood (John H.. jr. |. 'The great seven The greater 
nine.'' 12°. Chicago, W. B. Conkev co., [n.d.] 
(1898. no. m^il Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) " 21 

Gallon (T.). A prince of mischance. A novel. 12°. 
New York, D. Appleton & co.. 1898. (1898, no. 
58520. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 25 

Gould (James L.). Guide to the royal arch chapter. 
16-. New York, Macoy pub. and masonic supplv 
co., [n. d.] (1898, no. 7861. Rec'd Feb. 1. 1898. ) 26 

Gray (Maxwell). Ribs tone pippins. A country tale. 

12 : . New York. Harper & bros., 1898. (1898, no. 3780. 
Rec'd Feb. 1.1898.) 27 

Griffin (Martin I. J.). The history of Commodore 
John Barry. 8-. Philadelphia. American catholic 
historical society, 1897. (1898, no. 9195. Rec'd Feb. 
1,1898.) 28 

Halliday (James). Costs in gold of British, French, 
and German dry goods, etc. Tariff. July 24, 1897. 
8~. New York, James Halliday, 1898. (1898, no. 
8065. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1«98.) 29 

Hellers book of magic. 12-. New York, Henrv J. 
Wehman, [n. d.] (1898. no. 11815. Rec'd Feb. 5. 
1898. ) 30 



Herbert N. Casson, Boston. 



Macrnillan co.. New York. 



American book co., 

New York. 

Union pub. co., Boston. 



E. H. Burling. 



G. P. Putnam's sons, 

New York. 

George Holland Dickerson, 
Denver, Colo. 



Sampson, Murdock & co., 
Boston. 



Macrnillan co., New York. 



Charles P. Bowditch. 



Boston. 



John H. Flood, jr., 

Lexington. Ky. 



1 ). Appleton & co.. 

New York 



Macoy pub. , and masonic 
supply co., New York. 



Harper A bros. 



New York. 



Martin I. J. Griffin. 

Philadelpbia. 



James Halliday. 



New York. 



Henry .1. Wehman. 

New York. 



309 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Henderson (W. J.). What is good music? Suggestions 
to persons desiring to cultivate a taste in musical 
art. 12°. New York, Charles Scribner's sons, 1898. 
(1898, no. 9711. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 31 

Hermann's tricks with cards. 12°. New York', Henry 



1898, no. 11847. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 

32 



J. Wehman, [n. d.] 

1898. ) 

Hinsdale (B. A.). Horace Mann and the common- 
school revival in the United States. 12°. New York, 
Charles Scribner's sons, 1898. [The great educators. 
Edited by Nicholas Murray Butler.] (1898, no. 9712. 
Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 33 

Houston (Edwin J.). A pocket dictionary of electrical 
words, terms, and phrases. 16°. New York, Ameri- 
can technical book co., 1898. (1898 no. 7680. Rec'd 
Feb. 2, 1898. ) 34 

Hubbard's practical illustrated ready reference book 
for general mechanics, in pocket form. F.A.Hub- 
bard & co., [n.d.] (1898, no. 9579. Rec'd Feb. 5, 

1898.) . 35 

Illinois statutes and illustrative cases on bills and 
notes. 8°. St. Paul, Minn., West pub. co., 1898. 
(1898, no. 8851. Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) 36 

Illustrated cntalogueof the thirty-first annual exhibi- 
tion of the American water color society. 4 C . New 
York, 1898. (1898, no. 8672. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 37 

Iowa. Reports of cases at law and equity determined 
by the supreme court of the state of Iowa. Jan. 25, 
, 1896- April 13, 1896. By Benj. I. Salinger, vols. 7-8, 
being vol.97 of the series. 8°. Des Moines, Iowa, 
Geo. H. Ragsdale, 1897. (1898, no. 9541-9542. Rec'd 
Feb. 4, 1898.) 38-39 

Jones (Harry C). The freezing-point, boiling-point, 
and conductivity methods. 12°. Easton, Pa., 
Chemical pub. co., 1897. (1897, uo. 73693. Rec'd Feb. 
3,1898.) 40 

Kahn (Adele). See Moritz (Mrs. C. F.) and Kahn 
(Adele). 

Klemperer (G.). The elements of clinical diagnosis. 
Translated bv Nathan E. Brill and Samuel M. Brick- 
ner. 12°. New York, Macmillan co., 1898. (1898, 
no. 9197. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898. ) 41 

Ladd (George Trumbull). Outlines of descriptive psy- 
chology. A text-book of mental science for colleges 
and normal schools. 8 C . New York, Charles Scrib- 
ner's sons, 1898. ( 1898, no. 9713. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898, ) 

42 

Lynch (Lawrence L.). The unseen hand. 12°. Chi- 
oago, Laird & Lee, 1898. (1898, no. 9406. Rec'd Feb. 
3,1898.) 43 

Marshall (Edward P.). A treatise upon Baptist church 
jurisprudence; or, the common law of the gospel. 
8°. Washington, D. C, Columbian pub. co., 1898. 
(1898, no. 7850. Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898. ) 44 

Mercer county directory, vol. 1, 1898. 8°. Pittsburg, 
Pa., R. L. Polk & co., [n. d.] (1898, no. 8105. Rec'd 
Feb. 5, 1898.) 45 



Charles Scribner's sons, 

New York. 



Henry J. Wehman, 

New York. 



Charles Scribner's sons, 

New York. 



Edwin J. Houston, 

Princeton, N. J, 



F. A. Hubbard, 



Buffalo, N, Y. 



West pub. co., 

St. Paul, Minn. 

American water color so- 
ciety, New York. 

George L. Dobson, sec'y of 
state, Des Moines, Iowa. 



Edward Hart. 



Macmillan co., New York. 



Charles Scribner's sons, 

New York. 



Wm. H. Lee, Chicago. 



Edward P. Marshall, 

Washington, D. C. 



R. L. Polk & co., 

Detroit, Mich. 



310 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Moritz (Mrs. C.F.) and Kahn (Adele). The twentieth 
century cookbook. 12 c . New York, G. W. Dilling- 
ham co., 1898. (1897, no. 62189. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 16 

Nicolls (William Jasper). Above ground and below 
in the George's Creek coal mine. 12°. Baltimore, 
Consolidation coal co., 1898. (1898, no. 8767. Rec'd 
Jan. 31, 1898.) 47 

North (S. N. D., editor). Bulletin of the national asso- 
ciation of wool manufacturers, 1897. vol. 27. 8°, 
Boston, 1897. (1898, no. 9721. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.). 48 

Northwestern reporter, v. 72. Aug. 7-Dec. 11, 1897. 
4 C . St. Paul, Minn., West pub. co., 1898. (1898, no. 
3850. Rec'd Feb. 1,1898.) 49 

Ohio. Annual Ohio digest. 1897. Bv J. F. Laning, 
8 C . Norwalk, Ohio, Laning ptg. co., 1898. (1898, no. 
7565. Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) 50 

Ohio circuit decisions, v. 1. Cases argued and de- 
termined in the Ohio circuit courts. 8°. Norwalk, 
Ohio, Laning ptg. co., 1897. (1898. no. 7566. Rec'd 
Feb. 4, 1898.) 51 

v. 2. Cases argued and determined in the Ohio 

circuit courts. 8 C . Norwalk. Ohio. Laning ptg. co., 
1898. (1898, no. 7567. Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) 52 

v. 7. Cases published in the 

v. 1-4. 8 . Norwalk, Ohio, 

(1898, no. 7570. Rec'd Feb. 1. 

53 



Ohio decisions reprint. 
Weekly law bulletin. 
Laning ptg. co., 1898. 
1898.) 



Pansy." See Alden (Mrs. G. R.). 
nos. 1-11. 



As in a mirrof. 



(1898, no. 8045. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 



Mrs. C. F. Moritz and Miss 
Adele Kahn. 



Consolidated coal co., 

Baltimore, Md. 



S. N. D. North, Boston. 



West pub. co., 

St. Paul, Minn. 



Laning ptg. co., 



Norwalk, Ohio. 



Philadelphia business directory for 1898. (Gopsill's.) 
8 C . Philadelphia, James Gopsill's sons, 1898. (1898, 
no. 7848. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 54 

Ring (Thomas). In the toils. 12°. New York. F. 
Tennyson Neelv, [n. d.] (1898, no. 6171. Rec'd Jan. 
31,1898.) 55 

Saint-Germain (Graf C.von). Katechismus der han- 
delskunst. 12- . Chicago, Verlag von Laird & Lee, 
[n.d.] (1898, no. 9107. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 56 

Saw-fitting machinery and tools. A treatise on the 
care of saws. 8°. Grand Rapids, Mich., Dean ptg. 
& pub. co., 1898. (71053. Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) 57 

Smith (Theodore Clarke). The liberty and free-soil 
parties in the northwest. Toppan prize essay of 

1896. 8 C . New York, Longmans, Green &, co., 

1897. (1897, no. 63501. Rec'd' Feb. 4, 1898.) 58 

Smith (William Henry). The history of the state of 
Indiana, v. 1. 8°. Indianapolis, B. L. Blair co., 
1897. (1897,no.6S446. Rec'd Jan. 31. 1898.) 59 

- v. 2. 8°. Indianapolis, B. L. Blair co., 1897. 

60 ; 

Smylie (Charles Albert). Points in minor tactics. For 
the infantry arm of the national guard of the United j 
States. 16 c . New York, D. Appleton & co., IS! is. 
(1898,no.8043. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 61 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



James Gopsill's sons, 

Philadelphia. 

F. Tennyson Neely, 

New York. 



Graf C. von Saint-Germain, 
Chicago. 



Baldwin, Tuthill & Bolton, 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 

President and fellows of 

Harvard college. 



B. L. Blair co., 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Do. 



D. Appleton & co., 

New York. 



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Authors. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Tenable (W. H., editor). 
1898. 



See Words worth. (William). 



Warner (Charles Dudley, editor) and others. Library 
of the world's best literature, ancient and modern. 
v. 25. 8°. Xew York, R. S. Peale and J. A. Hill, 



[n.d.] (1898, no. 



Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 



70 



Warren (Minetta L.). From September to June with 
nature. 12-. Boston. D. C. Heath & co., 18^8. 
(1898, no. 8770. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 71 

Webb's (Captain) swimming instructor. 12 c . New 
York, Henry J. Wehmau, [n.d.] (1898, no. 11846. 
Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 72 

Woods (Virna). An elusive lover. 12°. Boston, 
Houghton. Mifflin & co., 1898. (1898, no. 5791. Rec'd 
Feb. 5, 1898.) 73 

Wooten (Dudley G., editor). A comprehensive history 
of Texas, 168o to 1897. v. 1. 4 C . Dallas, William 
G. Scarff, 1898. (1898, no. 1172. Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) 

74 



(1898, 
75 



Souvenir of Putnam phalanx excursion to Gettysburg, i 
Pa., Cincinnati, Ohio, Harpers Ferry, W. Va., and 
Washington, D. C, Oct. 9-16.1897. obi. 8 C . [n.i.] 
(1898, no. 7713. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 62 j 

Stoddard (Charles Warren). The wonder-worker of ! 
Padua. 16 : . Xotre Dame, Ind.. Ave Maria. [n. d.] 
(1898, no. 10028. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 63 

Straker (D. Augustus). Circuit court commissioner's 
guide. State of Michigan. 8 C . Detroit, Mich., i 
Collector pub. co., 1897. (1898, no. 9344. Rec'd 
Feb. 4, 1898. ) 64 

Stuckenberg (J. H. W.). Introduction to the study of 
sociology. 8 C . Xew York, A. C.Armstrong & son, 
1898. (1897, no. 69043. Rec'd Feb. 3. 1898.) 65 

Swinton (William). Talking with the pencil. Primary 
lessons in language. 12°. Xew York, American 
book co., [n d.] (1898, no. 3205. Rec'd Feb. 5, 
1898.) 66 

Teegarden (George M.). Stories old and new. 8 C . 
Edgewood Park, Institution for the deaf. 1896. 
(1897, no. 62655. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898. ) 67 

Thwaites (Reuben Gold, editor). The Jesuit relations 
and allied documents: 1610-1791. v. 13. Hurons: 
1637. 8 G . Cleveland, Burrows bros. co., 1898. (1898, 
no. 9539. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 68 

v. 14. Hurons and Quebec: 1637-1638. 8°. 

Cleveland. Burrows bros. co., 1898. (1898, no. 9540. 
Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 69 



Putnam phalanx, 



— v. 2. 4°. Dallas. William G. Scarff, 1898. 
no. 4173. Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898. ) 

Wordsworth (William). Selections from the poems of 
William Wordsworth. Edited by W. H. Yenable. 
12 : . Xew York, American book co., 1898. [Eclectic 
English classics.] (1898, no. 3208. Rec'd Feb. 4, 
1898.) • 76 



Xew York. 



D.E.Hudson. 

Xotre Dame, Ind. 

Collector pub. co., 

Detroit, Mich. 



J. H. W. Stuckenberg, 

Cambridge, Mass. 

American book co., 

Xew York. 



George M. Teegarden, 

Wilkinsburer, Pa. 



Burrows bros. co., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 



Do. 



R. S. Peale and J. A. Hill, 

Xew York. 



Minetta E. Warren, 

Detroit, Mich, 



Henry J. Wehman, 

Xew York. 



Virna Woods, 

Sacramento, Cal. 

William G. Scarff, 

Dallas, Tex. 



Do. 

American book co., 

Xew York. 



312 



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(Classified under the term " Books,'' according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetical^ 
titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 






by 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



* Abbott (H. S.). Cases on public corporations. (1898, 
no. 3851. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 1 

Algebra. Lesson 5. The principles of algebra. [Course 



no. 9547. Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898. ) 2 

(1897.no. 63213. Rec'd 
3 

(1898. no. 8761. 



in science.] ( 

Applications for registration 
Jan. 31, 1898.) 

Astronomical (The) chart of birth 
Eec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 

* Boyd's directory of the District of Columbia, 1898. 

(1898, no. 7001. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 5 

Brown (Wilford C). A system of records and reports 
for fourth-class post-offices, with instructions for 
their use. (1898. no. 9205. Rec'd Feb. 2. 1898.) 6 

* Browne (Junius Henri). Women's criticism. (1898, 
no. 7216. Rec'd Jan. 22, 1898. ) 7 

Bryan wins in 1900. New ed. 

* Calendar (The) condensed. 
Jan. 27,1898.) 

Candy, and how to make it. 

Feb. 1,1898.) 
Chart of the United States law ass'n, no 



(Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 8 

(1898, no. 8067. Rec'd 
9 



(1898, no. 9581. 



Rec'd 

10 

31. 1898. 

11 



(1898, no. 8060. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 

Clark (Willis). Hot time in the old town to-night. 

Parody. (1898, no. 8811. Rec'd Jan. 31. 1898.*) 

12 
*Danner's (J. M.) formula for making butter. (1898, 

no. 7192. Rec'd Jan. 21, 1898.) 13 

Darche (Jos.). Testament of a pastor to his flock; or, 
catechism of the good parishioner. (1898, no. 7563. 
Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 14 

* Directions for crocheting gored shoulder shawl. 

(1898, no. 8177. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 15 

* Directory and calendar. ( 1898, no, 225. Rec'd Jan. 3, 

1898.) 16 

* Easel (The) monument project 1. (1898, no. 11639. 

Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898. ) 17 

Emmetsburg, Palo Alto Co., Iowa. (Advisory rates 
for fire and tornado insurance, v. 131.) (1898, no. 
9065. Rec'd Feb. 1,1898.) 18 

Evidence. (National correspondence institute.) (1898, 
no. 9426, Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 19 



Eureka paste. (1898, no. 8804. 



Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 
20 I 
Fellows (Charles). A selection of dishes. A successor 
to the chef's reminder. (1898, no. 8783. Rec'd Jan. j 
31,1898.) 21 

Fellows (Charles). The chef's reminder, pt. 3. Charles Fellows, Chicago. 
(1898, no. 9351. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 22 



West pub. co., 

St. Paul, Minn. 

J. B. Lippincott & co., 

Philadelphia. 

European tourist co., 

Jersey City, N. J. 

George William Walrond, 
Denver, Colo. 

W. Andrew Boyd, 

Washington, D. C. 

Wilford C. Brown, 

Lawrenceburg, Ky. 

Junius Henri Browne, 

United States. 

P.E.Grimes. 

Myron G. Stolp, Aurora, 111. 

Gray lithographic co., 

New York. 

Ten Eyck & Remington, 

New York. 

Willis Clark, Chicago. 



James M. Danner, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Jos. Darche, 

Tracy, Minn. 

Isaac D. Allen & co., 

Boston. 

Norfolk blanket cleansing 
co., Boston. 

Easel monument ass'n, 

Chicago. 

H. Bennett, 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

National correspondence 
institute, 

Washington, D. C. 

A. B. White, 

Taunton, Mass. 
Charles Fellows, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 



Foot cycles. Did you ever cycle afoot? (1898, no, 
9715. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 23 | 



W. S. Cleveland, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



313 



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Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



- Fowler (NathT C). The desk. A neulected part of 
business. (1898, no. 6585. Rec'd Jan. 19, 1898.) 24 

* The office. (1898. no. 4940. Rec'd Jan. 11. 1898.) 

25 

~ The salesman. He stands between buyer and 

seller. (1898, no. 9254. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 26 

Free] and (William). The lenten lectures. (1898.no. 
9255. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 27 

From the vine. (1898. no. 6198 Rec'd Jan. 17. 1898.) 

28 

Furman (Bertha M.) and Miller (Sarah E.). Teacher's 
botanical aid. Practical studies in plant life, f 1898, 
no. 7499. Rec'd Feb. 5. 1898.) 29 

" General agents' daily guide, explaining the road to 
success in general agency work. (1898, no. 7719. 
Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898.) 30 



Coble's log sheet. 

1898.) 



Q898, no. 9729. Rec'd Jan. 



31 



Guide to Washington. (1897. no. 70889. Rec'd Feb. 
1. 1898.) 32 

Hagerstown almanac for the year of our Lord 1898. 
(1898, no. 5671. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898. ) 33 

Haggard (H. Rider). Elissa. The doom of Zimbabwe. 
(1898, no. 9685. Reed Feb. 5, 1898. ) 34 

Hairison (M. G.). American ginseng, its history and 
culture. 2ded. (1897. no. 69263. Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) 

35 

Henderson (Peter) & co.'s wholesale catalogue, 1898, 
for florists and market gardeners. (1898, no. 9045. 
Rec'd Feb. 1,1898.) 36 

Hill (Thos. E.). Hill's portrait gallery. Eminent men 
and women, pt. 1. (1898. no. 8169. Rec'd Jan. 31. 
1898.) - 37 

Hindorff (A. E.). Fifty recipes and remedies that have 
been used and can he relied upon. (1898. no. 7195. 
Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 38 

*Hoadley (Fred. R.). Defeated (The) candidate. 
(1898, no. 4204. Rec'd Jan. 10, 1898. ) 39 

Household companion (perpetual). A combination 
calendar, diary, and household expense book. (1898, 
no. 9716. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 40 



Hurd's official hand polo guide. 
Rec'd Feb. 1,1898.) 



(1897, no. 72539. 
41 



If you are uoing south inquire within. Feb. 1898. 
(1898, no. 7928. Rec'd Jan . 26, 1898. ) 42 

Ireland in pictures, pt. 19. (International art series.) 
(1898, no. 8814. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 43 

Kent (The) mill for pulverizing or granulating stones, 
ores, cement, or anv hard substance, fine or coarse, 
wet or dry, hot or cold. (1898, no. 9206. Rec'd Feb. 
4,1898.) 44 

Klondike (The) katakism. 150 practical questions 
answered. (1898, no. 112. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 45 



Nath'l C. Fowler, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

William Freelaud, 

New York. 

Longhead & co.. 

Philadelphia. 

Bertha M. Furman and 
Sarah E. Miller, 

New York. 

J.E.McBrady, 

Hot Springs. Ark. 

Monte J. Goble, 

Catlettsburg, Ky. 

Pennsylvania R. R. co., 

Philadelphia. 

National union almanac co., 
Baltimore, Md. 

H. Rider Haggard, 

London, England. 

M. G. Harrison, 

Centerville. Mo. 



Peter Henderson & co., 

New York. 



Thos. E. Hill, Chicago. 



A. E. Hindorff. 

Newton, Iowa. 

Fred. R. Hoadley, 

Washington, D. C. 

Eli A. Hirshfield, 

Fort Worth, Tex. 

William Hurd, Dover, N. J 

Ocean steamship co., 

New York. 

International photo, pub. 
co., Chicago. 

Kent mill co., New York. 



Stemback & Pritchard, 

Tacoma, Wash. 



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Titles. 



Copyjright Proprietors. 



Leach (Le Eov). Chased bv Apaches, pt. 2. [The 
oracle. Feb. 1. 1898.] (1896, no. 10398. Rec'd Feb. 
5, 1898.) 46 

MacCartnev (Frederic Orris). Tied to his mother's 
apron-string. (1898, no. 6540. Bec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) 47 

* Madonnas Introduction by Irene Weir. (1898, no. 

12460. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 48 

Magnificent aggregation of rewards. $70,000 to 
$100,000 in grand prizes to be distributed. (1898, 
no. 9719. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 49 

Mail (A) order system for measuring and quoting- 
prices upon cloths and garments made to order for 
ladies' wear. (1898, no. 9725. Eec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 50 

Manual of the rules and regulations for the govern- 
ment of the bureau of police of the department of pub- 
lic safety. (1897, no. 70866. Eec'd Dec. 17, 1897. ) 51 

Not on earth. In Eden more. Sequel to "The raven." 
Bv Edgar Allen Poe. (1898, no. 9358. Rec'd Feb. 3, 
1898.) 52 

"Office rules.'' (1898, no. 7863. Rec'd Jan. 26. 1898.) 53 

* Old crow rye. (1898, no. 9582. Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) 54 

Oviatt (Solomon E.). " Uncle Sam." (1898, no. 7189. 
Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 55 

* Photographic views en route to the Klondike via the 

Skaguav and Dvea trails. (1898, no. 4186. Rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1898.) 56 

Pointers for inventors. (1897, no. 61859. Rec'd Feb. 2, 
1898.) 57 

Powers (Ella M.). Schoolroom exercises for Washing- 
ton's birthday. (1898, no. 5829. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898. ) 

58 

* Practical lessons on dressmaking. New Spanish 

flounce skirt. (1898, no. 8226. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898. ) 59 

Reports of cases argued and determined in the circuit 
court of Ohio. v. 15. Jan. 3, 1898. no. 4. (1898.no. 



9208. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 

* Rochat (Arthur). Mv country 
Jan. 20, 1898.) 



1898, no. 2813. 



60 

Rec'd 
61 



Le Roy Leach, 

Wood Lake. Nebr. 



Frederic Orris MacCartuey, 
Rockland, Mass. 

E. M. Perry, Maiden, Mass. 
R. F. Hanson, Belfast, Me. 



J. D. Samelson, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

City of Philadelphia, 

Philadelphia. 

Mrs. Lillian Hartman John- 
son, Durango, Colo. 

Gus. Bruno, New York. 

Gray litho. co., New York. 

Solomon E. Oviatt, 

Lansing, Mich. 

F. La Roche, Seattle, Wash. 



Ritter & Halsted, 

New York. 
New England pub. co., 

Boston. 

A. McDowell, New York. 



Carl G. Jahn, 

Columbus, Ohio. 



Arthur Rochat, 

Emeryville, Cal. 

Do. 



~ 1898: Fifty years ago. (1898; no. 2814. Rec'd 

Jan. 20, 1898.) 62 

Seward (Theodore F.). The don't worry movement: 
a wave of spiritual emancipation : a gospel of Chris- 
tian optimism. (1898, no. 8518. Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) 

63 

Sky elevation, table no. 3. (1898, no. 8866. Rec'd Jan. 
31,1898.) 64 

Speer (William A.). "The dream," "The vision." 
and other poems. (1898, no. 5278. Rec'd Feb. 4, 
1898.) 65 

Standard lists of prices, weights, and sizes, and buyer's Chas. L. Bowes, Chicago 
price memorandum. (1898. no. 8810. Rec'd Jan. 31, 
1898.) 66 

* Starr (Laura B.). The Japanese home. Character- 
istics of housekeeping in the antipodes. (1898, no. 
11697. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 67 



Iheodore F. Seward. 

Xew York. 



Chas. E. Manning, Chicago. 

William A. Speer, 

Unionville, Mo. 



Laura B. Starr. 



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(1898, do. 9423. 



Eec'd Feb. 3, 
68 



Strings that pull us. 

1898.) 

Tellinan (John). The practical hotel steward. 
22. (1898, no. 9352. Eec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 69 

Todd (Nathaniel Dwyer). All aboard for Wexford; 
or. remember ninety-eight. (1898, no, 9573. Rec'd 
Feb. 4, 1898.) 70 

"Trading stamp book." Issued by the International 
trading stamp co., Newport, E. I. (1898, no. 7772. 
Eec'd Feb. 3. 1898.) 71 

Triplett (Thomas Monroe). Special treatment of rec- 
tal diseases, hernia, and catarrh. (1898, no. 4034. 
Eec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 72 

''" Weir (Irene). Introduction to "Madonnas." (1898. 
no. 12461. Eec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 73 

Weltmer (Sydney Abram). Self-protection. Some 
points on personal magnetism. (1898, no. 5105. 
Eec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 74 

"What mothers and nurses should know about the 
Hvgeia nursing bottle and care of babies. (1898, no. 
3812. Eec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 75 

* Whitney (Henry C). Lincoln a fatalist. Heard 
phantom voices and belieA*ed in destiny. (1898, no. 
11698. Eec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 76 

* Williams (Martha M'Culloch). A random dart. 

(1898, no. 11699. Eec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 77 

Wimpelberg (S.). Hidden marvel in your photograph. 
(1898, no. 6972. Eec'd Jan. 21, 1898. ) 78 

Zangwill (I.). The maker of lenses. (1898, no. 9151 
Eec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 79 



Grit pub. co., 

Williamsport, Pa. 



Part John Tellman, Chicago. 



Nathaniel Dwyer Todd, 

Boston. 



Sperry & Hutchinson, 

New York. 



Thomas Monroe Triplett, 

Lincoln, Nebr. 

E. M. Perry, 

Maiden, Mass. 

Sidney Abram Weltmer, 

Nevada, Mo. 

William More Decker, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Henry C.Whitney, 

United States. 

Martha M'Culloch Will- 
iams, United States. 

S. Wimpelberg, 

Albany, N. Y. 

I. Zangwill, 

London, England. 



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••A"' svndicate page. no. 3. 
Jan. 8, 1898.) 



(1898, no. 11692. Rec'd 
1 



*"B" svndicate page no. 3. (1898, no. 11696. Eec'd 
Jan. 8, 1898.) 2 

Bicycles for '98. Their mechanical features and ten- 
dencies. (1898, no. 9247. Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) 3 

*"C" syndicate page no. 3. (1898, no. 11695. Rec'd 
Jan. 8, 1898.) 4 

Camp (W. M.). Notes on track. 39. Frogs, con- 
tinued. (1898, no. 7579. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 5 

Crane (Stephen). Three miraculous soldiers. (1898, 
no. 11700. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 6 

Current service. (1898, no. 9416. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 

7 

Daily digest of selected cases. Jan. 27, 1898. Cor- 
porations — transitory actions. (1898, no. 8106. Rec'd 
Jan. 31, 1898.) 8 



American press ass'n, 

New York. 

American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Commercial advertiser 
ass'n, New York. 

American press ass'n, 

New York. 

W. M. Camp, Chicago. 



Stephen Crane, 

• United States. 

Bacheller syndicate, 

New York. 

Evening post pub. co., 

New York. 



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Titles. 



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Edmonds (A.). Chinese street calls. How the celes- 
tial venders advertise their wares. (1898, no. 8509. 
Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 9 

Ein drama aus alt New York. Jacob Leisler's lauf- 
bahn. (1898, no. 9328. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 10 

*"F" syndicate page no. 2. (1898, no. 11694. Rec'd 
Jan. 8, 1898.) 11 

* Fashions of New York. A midwinter forecast of next 
summer's styles. (1898, no. 11690. Rec'd Jan. 8, 
1898.) 12 



* Sash ribbons and made sashes are becoming popu- 
lar. (1898, no. 11689. Rec'd Jam 8, 1898.) ' 13 

Foss (S. W.). The dialogue of the spirits. (1898. no. 
8616. Rec'd Feb. 5. 1898.) ' 11 



Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 

Graydon (William Murray), 
menagerie. (1898, no. 9246 

*"H" syndicate page no. 1. 
Jan. 8, 1898.) 



The Rajah of Yancore's 
Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 15 

(1898, no. 11693. Rec'd 
16 

Hillis (N. D.) Wealth as weiuht and wealth as wings. 
A study of monev. (1898. no. 8870. Rec'd Feb. 2, 
1898.) 17 

Hyne (Cutcliffe). The liDer and the iceberg. (1898, 
no. 9150. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1SH8.) 18 

* In time of leisure. Rev. Dr. Talmage on the inlluence 
of the club. (1898. no. 11691. Rec'd Jan. 8, 1898.) 19 

Jefferson county history. Events happening during 
thepioneerdavs. Chap. 129. (1895, no. 1118. Rec'd 
Feb. 5, 1898.) * 20 



[Block's weather forecasts]. February, 
no. 9611. Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898.) 



(1898, 
21 



Lettuce forcing. 
(1898, no. 9122. 



(American gardening, Jan. 22. 1898.) 
Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 22 



Lewis (C.B.). A senator and a widow. (1898, no. 
9415. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 23 

London topics. Latest phases of the Chinese situa- 
tion. [Evening post, Jan. 29, 1898.] (1898, no. 8853. 
Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 21 

M. Quad page. (1898, no. 9421. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898) . 25 

Martyn (C.). Neal Dow and his century. 3. Early 
advocates. (1898, no. 7915. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 26 

4. Inception of organized effort. (1898, no. 9410. 

Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 27 

Mayo (Earl). Moody's recollections. A " memory , 
talk '' from the world's most famous preacher. ( 1898, 
no. 8645. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 28; 

Nemo. Some rambling thoughts. For use on and 
after Jan. 3, 1898. (1898, no. 9412. Rec'd Feb. 3, 
1898.) 29 

- — For use on and after Feb. 6, 1898. (1898, no. 
9113. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 30 | 



S. S. McClure co., 

New York. 

New Yorker staats-zeitung, 
New York. 

American press ass'n, 

New York. 

American press ass'n, 

New York. 



Do. 

S. S. McClure co., 

New York. 

William Murray Graydon, 
London, England. 

American press ass'n, 

New York. 

Fleming H. Revel co., 

Chicago. 

Cutcliffe Hyne, 

London, England. 

American press ass'n, 

New York. 

O. F. Roessler, 

Jefferson, 'Wis. 

James Nelson Klock, 

Bath, N. Y. 

A. T. De La Mare printing 
and pub. co., ltd., 

New York. 

Bacheller syndicate, 

New York. 

Evening post pub co., 

New York. 



Bacheller syndicate, 

New York. 

Funk & "VYagnalls co., 

New York. 

Do. 

S. S. McClure co., 

New York. 

G. Grosvenor Dawe, 

New York. 

Do. 



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*Next. (Elmira advertiser, Jan. 13, 1898. vol. 45, no. i 
11.) (1898, no, 12278. Rec'd Jan. 15, 1898.) 31 

"Oifener schreibebrief des Philip p Sauerampfer." 
(1898, no. 9248. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 32 

Otken (Chas. H.). The unsatisfactory condition of 
southern agriculture. (1898, no. 4933. Rec'd Feb. 
2.1898.) 33 

Powerful (A) voice. (1898, no. 8871. Rec'd Jan. 31, 
1898.) 34 

* Rousseau (ITenriette). The coming st vies. (1898, no. 

7245. Rec'd Jan. 22. 1898.) 35 

Sierman (J. H.). Greatest (The) good for the largest 
number. Chan. 8. [Freeborn county times, Jan. 
28.1898.] (1897, no. 28045. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 36 

Skerrett (R. G.). Angel of mercy; an ambulance 
ship for the navy's wounded. Q898, no. 8859. Rec'd 
Jan. 31, 1898.) 37 

* Special Berlin cable letter. (For Sundav papers.) 
Berlin. Jan. 1, 1898. (1898. no. 2949. Rec'd Jan. 4, 

1898.) 38 

* Jan. 8, 1898. (1898. no. 4937. Rec'd Jan. 11, 

1898.) 39 

* Jan. 15, 1898. (1898, no. 6430. Rec'd Jan. 18. 

1898.) 40 

I Jan. 22, 1898. (1898, no. 7759. Rec'd Jan. 25, 

1898.) 41 

Jan. 29, 1898. (1898, no. 9063. Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898.) 

42 

Feb. 5, 1898. (1898, no. 10479. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 

43 

* Special London cable letter. ( For Saturday afternoon 
papers.) London. Jan. 1. 1898. (1898, no. 2947. 
Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 44 

* Jan. 8. 1898. (1898, no. 4935. Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 

45 

J Jan. 15, 1898. (1898, no. 6428. Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 

46 

f Jan. 22, 1898. (1898, no. 7757. Rec'd Jan. 25, 1898. ) 

47 

Jan. 29, 1898. (1898. no. 9061. Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898.) 

48 

* (For Sunday paners.) London, Jan. 1, 1898. 

(1898, no. 2948. Rec'd Jan. 4, 1898.) 49 

? Jan. 8, 1898. (1898, no. 4936. Rec'd Jan. 11, 1898.) 

50 

* Jan. 15, 1898. (1898, no. 6429. Rec'd Jan. 18, 1898.) 

51 

* Jan. 22, 1898. (1898, no. 7758. Rec'd Jan. 25, 

1898.) 52 

Jan. 29, 1898. (1898, no. 9062. Rec'd Feb. 1. 1898. ) 

53 



Advertiser ass'n, 

Elmira, N, Y. 

German press and plate co., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Chas. H. Otken, 

McComb City, Miss. 



Inspirator co., 

Chester, N. J. 

Henriette Rousseau, 

United States. 

J. II. Sierman, 

Albert Lea, Minn. 



R. G. Skerrett, 

Washington, D. C. 



Associated press. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
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Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
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New York. 



318 



BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Special page. (1898, no. 9420. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898). 54 Bacheller syndicate, 

New York. 

Timely service. (1898, no. 9417. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898). 55 Do. 



Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas City star, Jan. 27, Kansas City star co., 
1898. (1898, no. 8855. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 56 Kansas City, Mo. 

Jan. 28, 1898. (1898, no. 8856. Rec'd Jan. 31, Do. 

1898.) 57 

Jan. 31, 1898. (1898, no. 9411. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) Do. 

58 

Feb. 1,1898. (1898, no. 9610. Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) Do. 

59 

Feb. 2, 1898. (1898, no. 9760. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) Do. 

60 

Woman's page; (1898, no. 9418. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898) . 61 Bacheller syndicate, 

New York. 



Youth's page. (1898, no. 9419. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898) . . 62 



Do. 



II. DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Blaisdell (Henry Lawrence), Rockford, 111. Son (A) 
of Mars. A comedy with a dramatic taiut. Bv 
Henrv Lawrence Blaisdell. (1898, no. 8820. Rec'd 
Jan. 31, 1898.) 1 

Fessler (Walter). Century (The) ball; or, the pipe 
dream of a bachelor. Being- an extravaganza in 
three acts. Written bv Walter Fessler. (1898, no. 
8526. Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898.) 2 

Heinemaun (William). Summer moths. A play in 
four acts. 12°. New York, DeWitt pul>. house. 
1898. [Green-room ed. of copyrighted plays.] (1898, 
no. 9023. Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898. ) 3 

Reuling (Carlot Gottfrid). Anno dazumal. Ein 
dentscher Schwank in drei aufziigen. (1898, no. 68. 
Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) 4 

* Ross (Julia). Convention of the disenthralled. Drama 
of the new era. (1898, no. 11657. Rec'd Jan. 17, 
1898.) 5 

* Matchmaking and match breaking. (1898, no. 

11658. Rec'd Jan. 17, 1898.) 6 

Sayre (Theodore Burt). Charles O'Mallev. A roman- 
tic comedv bv T. B. Sayre. (1898, no." 9364. Rec'd 
Feb. 3, 1898.) * 7 

Trevor (Leo). Brother officers. A comedy in three 
acts. (1898, no. 9520. Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) 8 



Henrv Lawrence Blaisdell, 
Rockford, 111. 



Walter Fessler, 

Greenville, Pa. 



William Heinemanu, 

Germany, 



Eduard Bloch, Berlin. 



Julia Ross, 

Asbury Park, N. J. 

Do. 



Theodore Burt Sayre, 

New York. 



Arthur Bourchier, 

London, England. 



319 

III. PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 

Titles. Copyright Proprietors. 



A B C pathfinder and dial. Jan. 31. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. New England r'v pnb. co., 

31.1898.) 1 Boston. 

A B C pathfinder railway guide. Feb.. 1898. (Rec'd Do. 
Feb. 4, 1898.) 2 

Advance renorts. Legal intelligencer. Feb. 4. 1898. Frank Reeder. sec'y of the 

(Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) 3 state of Pen usylvania. 

Advance sheets. All opinions of the U. S. Supreme Lawyers' cooperative pub. 

Court. Feb 1.1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 4 co., Rochester. X. Y. 

Afro-American beacon light, v. 2. no. 11. (Rec'd Jan. Beacon light pub. co., 

31,1898.) 5 New York. 

American agriculturist. Feb. 5. 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4. Orange Judd co.. 

1898.) 6 New York. 

American architect and building news. Jan. 29. 1898. American architect and 

(Rec'd Jan. 31. 1898.) 7 building news co.. 

Boston. 

American choir. Feb. 3. 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4. 1898) .. 8 Charles S. Elliott & co.. 

New York. 

American ecclesiastical review. Feb.. 1898. (Rec'd American ecclesiastical re- 

Feb.4, 1898.) 9 viewco.. Xew York. 

American florist. Jan. 29, 1898. t^Rec'd Jan. 31. 1898.) American florist co., 

10 Chicago. 

American gynaecological and obstetrical journal. Feb., J. D. Emmet. New York. 
1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) 11 

American investment and financial opinions. Feb., Niagara pub. co.. 

1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 12 Buffalo. N. Y. 

Americanjeweler. Jan.. 1898. (Rec'd J an. 31, 1898). 13 Geo. K. Hazlitt & co., 

Chicago. 

American journal of the medical sciences. Feb. 1898. Lea bros. & co.. 

(Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 14 Philadelphia. 

Anthony's photographic bulletin. Feb.. 1898. (Rec'd E. & H.T. Anthony & co., 

Feb. 5,1898.) " 15 New York. 

Appleton's popular science monthly. Feb., 1898. D. Appleton & co., 

(Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898.) 16 New York. 

Art interchange. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31. 1898. ) Art interchange co., 

17 New York. 

Art student. Dec. 1897. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898) 18 Ernst Knaufft. New York. 

Astropkvsical journal. Jan.. 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, University of Chicago. 

1898.)' 19 Chicago. 

Atlantic reporter. Jan. 26. 1898. (Rec'd Jan 31. West pub. co.. 

1898.) 20 St. Paul. Minn. 

Ave Maria. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898) 21 D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame. Ind. 

Babyhood. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898) 22 Babyhood pub. co., 

New York. 

Baptist union. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5. 1898). 23 Baptist young people's 

union, Chicago. 

Bibelot. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 1. 1898) 24 Thomas B. Mosher, 

Portland. Me. 



320 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 

Titles. Copyright Proprietors. 

Biblical world. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898).... 25 University of Chicago, 

Chicago. 

Bohemian. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898) 26 G. F. Deiser, Philadelphia. 

Bon ton. Mar., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898) 27 S. T. Taylor co., 

New York. 

Book buyer. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898) 28 Chas. Scribner's sons, 

New York. 

Boston Sunday globe. Jan. 30. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, Globe pub. co., Boston. 

1898.) 29 

Boston daily globe, Jan. 31, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, Do. 

1898.) 30 

Feb. 1,1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898; 31 Do. 

Feb. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898) 32 Do. 

Feb. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898) 33 Do. 

Feb. 1,1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898) 34 Do. 

Boston Sunday post. Jau. 30, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, Post pub. co.. Boston. 

1898.) 35 

Bradstreet's. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5. 1898). .. 36 Bradstreet co., New York. 

Brooklyn life. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898) . . 37 Brooklyn life pub. co., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Buyers' reference. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) Buyers' reference co., 

38 New York. 

Carpet and upholstery trade review. Feb. 1, 1898. Review pub. co., 

(Ree'd Feb. 2. 1898.) * 39 New York. 

Cassier's magazine. Feb. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.)- Cassier's magazine co., 

40 New York. 

Catholic news. Feb. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898). 41 Catholic news pub. co., 

New York. 

Catholic reading circle review. Jan.. 1898. (Rec'd Warren E. Mosher, 
Jan. 31, 1898.) 12 Youugstown, Ohio. 

Central law journal. Jan. 28. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, Central law journal co., 
1898.) 43 St. Louis, Mo. 

Chap book. Feb. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898) .... 44 Herbert S. Stone & co., 

Chicago. 

Christian endeavor world. Feb. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. Golden rule co., Boston. 
2, 1898. ) 45 

Christian herald. Feb. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898.) Louis Klopsch, 

46 New York. 

Church economist. Feb. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) Church economist pub. co., 

47 New York. 

Church union. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898) ... 48 Church union co!, 

New York. 
Clubwoman. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898).... 49 Clubwoman, Boston. 

Collier's weekly. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) Peter Fenelon Collier, 

50 New York. 

Commercial and financial chronicle. Feb. 5, 1898. William B. Dana co., 

(Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 51 New York. 

Quotation supplement. Feb. 5, 1S98. (Rec'd Do. 

Feb. 5, 1898.) 52 

Concert-goer. Feb. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898).. 53 Wilcox, Haigh & Ellery co., 

New York. 



321 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Cuba. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898) 54 

Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898) 55 

Feb. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898) 58 

Cuba y America. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898) 57 
Cycleage. Jau.27,1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898).... 58 

Feb 3, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898) 59 

Cycling gazette. Feb. 3. 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898) 60 



Daily racing form. Feb. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 

61 

De Lestry's western magazine. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd 
Feb. 1,1898.) 62 

Deutsch-Ainerikanisches kneippblatt. Feb. 1, 1898. 
(Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 63 

Drv goods economist. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 

1898.) 64 

Diamond Dick, jr. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898) 65 

Donahoe's magazine. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 

66 

Dve's gov't counterfeit detector. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 31, 1898.) 67 

Eclectic medical journal. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 

1898.) 68 

Educational foundations. Feb.. 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 

1898.) 69 

Educationalreview. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 

70 

Electrical engineer. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 

71 

Electrical review. Feb. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 



Electrical world. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898). 73 

Engineering record. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 
1898.) 74 

Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898) 75 

Every month. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898).... 76 

Examiner. Feb. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898) 77 

Exporters and importers' journal. Jan. 28, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 78 

Family story paper. Feb. 26, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 
1898.) 79 

* Feb. 19, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898) 80 

Farm and home. Feb. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 

81 

... 82 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Farmer. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898) .... 

Farm implement news. Feb. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 
1898.) 83 

15747— Vol. 14, No. 5 2 



M. R. Angulo, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
Manuel Montero, New York. 
Cycle age, Chicago. 

Do. 

Emil Grossman & bro., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Frank H. Brunell, Chicago. 

Interstate pub. co., 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

L. M. Schweizer, New York. 
Textile pub. co., New York. 

Street & Smith, New York. 

Donahoe's magazine co., 

Boston. 

Dye's gov't counterfeit de- 
tector, Washington, D. C. 

Scudder bros. co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

E. L. Kellogg &> co., 

New York. 

H. Holt & co., New York. 

Electrical engineer, 

New York. 

Electrical review pub. co., 
New York. 

W. J. Johnston co., 

New York. 

Engineering record, 

New York. 

Do. 

Howley, Haviland & co., 

New York. 

Examiner co., New York. 

H.W.Peabody & co., 

New York. 

Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 

Do. 

Farm and home, Chicago. 



Orange Judd co., Chicago. 

Farm implement news co., 
Chicago. 



322 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 

Titles. Copyright Proprietors. 

Farm machinery. Feb. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) Midland pub. co., 

84 St. Louis, Mo. 

Federal reporter. Jan. 25. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) West pub. co.. 

85 St. Paul, Minn. 

Feb.1,1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898) 86 Do. 

Florists" review. • Jan. 27. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) Florists' pub. co., Chicago. 

87 

Feb. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898) 88 Do. 

Forest and stream. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) Forest and stream pub. co., 

89 New York. 

Forum. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4. 1898) 90 Formn pub. co., New York. 

Four o'clock. Feb.. 1898. ( Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898) .... 91 A. L. Swift & co., Chicago. 

Frank Reade library. Feb. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, Frank Tousev, New York. 
1898.) 92 

Freeman. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898) 93 Chas. W. Close, Bangor, Me. 

Gardening. Feb. 1. 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5. 1898) 94 Gardening co., Chicago. 

Golden days. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898) .. 95 James Elyerson, 

Philadelphia. 

Feb. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898) 96 Do. 

Feb. 19. 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4. 1898) 97 Do. 

Golden hours. Feb. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898). 98 Norman L. Muuro, 

New York. 

Feb. 19, 1898. ( Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898} 99 Do. 

Great round world. Feb. 3. 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) William Beverley Harison, 

100 New York! 

Grocers' regulator. Feb. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) Reid, Murdoch & co.. 

101 Chicago. 

Half holiday, v. 1, no. 1. Feb. 5, l<s9*. (Rec'd Feb. Street & Smith, New York. 
5,1898.) ' 102 

Happy days. Feb. 19, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1X98).. 103 Frank Tousev. New York. 

Harper's bazar. Feb. 5, L898. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898). 104 Harper &. bros., New YoriJ 

Harper's round table. Feb., 1*98. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) Do. 

105 

Harper's weekly. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) Do. 

106 

Home and farm. Feb. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898T) Home and farm pub. co., 

107 Louisville, Ky. 

Home magazine. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb, 1,1898.) Commercial travelers' home 

108 ass'n, Binghaniton, N. V. 

Home study for electrical workers. Feb. ,1898. (Roe'd Colliery engineer co., 
Jan. 31,1898.) 109 Scranton. I'a, 

Horseman. Feb.1,1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898) 110 Chicago horseman news- 
paper co., Chicago. 

Ice and refrigeration. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) j H. S. Rich & co., Clii.a-o. 

Ill 

Illustrated American. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, Lorillard Spencer, 

1898.) 112 ; New Yon 

Illustrated Buffalo express. Jan. 30, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. Geo. E. Matthews & CO.. 
31,1898.) 113 Buffalo, N. 



323 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Illustrated police news. Jan. 29. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
31,1898. Ill 

Feb. 5. 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 1. 1898) 115 

Intelligence. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898) ... 116 



Jewelers' circular. Feb. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898. ) 

117 

Jewelers' weekly. Feb. 2. 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 

118 

Jewish comment. Feb. 1, 1898. i Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 

119 

Journal of cutaneous and geuito-urinarv diseases. 
Feb.. 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3. 1898.) 120 

Journal of practical metaphysics. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd 
Feb. 5. 1898.) 121 

Journal of the American medical association. Jan. 29. 
1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 122 

Judge. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898) 123 

Feb. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898) 121 

Kindergarten review. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 1. 
1898. ) 125 

Kirchenchor. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb,. 3, 1898).. . 126 

Laiidwirthschaftliche beilage. Feb. 1. 1898. (Rec'd 
Feb. 5, 1898.) 



Law notes. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898). 



127 
128 



Lawyers' reports annotated. Feb. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 
1. 18980 • 129 

Legal intelligencer. Jan. 28. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 
1898.) . 130 

Feb. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898) 131 

Leslie's weekly. Feb. 3. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 

132 

Little folks. Feb , 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898) .... 133 

Mackey A B C guide. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31. 
1898.) 131 

Medical news. Jan. 29. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 

135 

Medicine. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898) 136 

Meehan's monthly. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31. 1898.) 

137 

Mercantile adjuster. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898.) 

138 

Merck's report. Feb. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898) . 139 

Midland monthly. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5,1898.) 

110 

Monthly review. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898). Ill 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Alden pub. co., Boston. 



Do. 

Metaphysical pub. co., 

Xew York. 

Jewelers' circular pub. co., 
New York. 

Trades weekly co., 

Xew York. 

u The publishers,"' 

Baltimore, Md. 

Physicians pub. co., 

Xew York. 

Philosophical pub. co., 

Boston. 

American medical ass'n, 

Chicago. 

Ark ell pub. co., Xew York. 

Do. 

Milton Bradley co., 

Springfield] Mass. 

E.S. Lorenz, Dayton, Ohio. 

Westliche post ass'n. 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Edward Thompson co., 
Xorthport, 
Long Island, X. Y. 

Lawyers' cooperative pub. 
co., Rochester, X. Y. 

Edward P. Allinson, 

Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Arkell weekly co.. 

Xew York. 

S. E. Cassino, Boston. 

A B C guide co.. Xew York. 



Lea bros. & co., Xew York. 

William M. Warren, 

Detroit, Mich 

Thomas Meehan & sons, 

Philadelphia. 

Mercantile adjuster pub 
co., Xew York." 

Merck & co., Xew York. 

Johnson Brigham. 

Des Moines, Iowa. 

Sharp & Alleman co., 

Philadelphia. 



324 

PERIODICALS— Contjxukd 

Titles. 

Municipal record and advertiser. Jan. 29, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 112 

Musical age. Jan. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898) . 143 

Feb. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898) 144 

National engineer. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898). 145 

National magazine. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 

146 

National medical review. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 
1898.) 147 

National reserve. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898). 148 

National police gazette. Feb. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 
1898.) 149 

New crusade. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898). .. 150 

New England magazine. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 

1898.) 151 

New Jersey contractor. Feb. 3. 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 

1898.) 152 

New race. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898) 153 

New York clipper. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) 

154 

New York herald, Feb. 2,1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3,1898.') 

155 

Feb. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. t, 1898) 156 

Feb. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898) 157 

Ne-w York journal, Jan. 30, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 

158 

Jan. 31, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898) 159 

Feb. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898) 160 

Feb. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898) 161 

Feb. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898) 162 

Feb. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898)...* 163 

Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898) 164 ! 

New York ledger. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) ; 

165 

New York lumber trade-iournal. Feb. 1, 1898. (Rec d 
Feb. 2, 1898.) 166 

New York medical journal. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 31, 1898.) 167 

New York state reports and session laws. Jan. 29, 
1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 168 

New York supplement and state reporter. Jan. 27, l 
1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) 169 

New York times. Jan. 30, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 

170 
Jan. 31, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898) 171 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Columbia pub. co., 

New York. 

Harry Edward Freund, 

New York. 

Do. 

James T. Edwards, 



W. W. Potter co. 



Chicago. 



Boston. 



G. W. Johnston, 

Washington, D. C. 

National reserve pub. co., 
Kansas City. Mo. 

Richard K. Fox, 

New York. 

Wood-Allen pub. co., 

Ann Arbor, Mich . 

Warren F. Kellogg, 

Boston. 

A. H. Ringier, 

W-. Hoboken, X. J. 

American health congress, 
Chicago. 

Frank Queen pub. co., 

New York. 

James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 



Do. 






Do. 






W. R. Hearst, New 


York. 


Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Do. 






Robert Bonner's sons 
Ww 


York. 


New Yor 
journal 


< lumber 

CO., New 


trade 
York. 


D. Appleton & co., 

New 


York. 


Banks & 
B. Lyon 


bros., and .lames 
Albany. N. Y. 


West pub 


CO., 

St. Paul, 


Minn. 


New York 


times co., 
New 


York . 



Do. 



325 
PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



New York times. Feb. 1. 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898) 

172 

Feb. 2. 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3. 1898) 173 

Feb. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4. 1898) 174 

Feb. 4. 1898. ( Rec'd Feb. 5. 1898) 175 

New York times weekly. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
31.1898.) 176 

New York weekly. Feb. 19, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5. 1898.) 

177 

New Yorker abendblatt. Jam 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
31,1898.) 178 

Jan. 31, 1898. ( Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898) 179 

Feb. 1,1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898) 180 

Feb. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898) 181 

Feb. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898) 182 

Feb. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898) 183 

New Yorker sonntagsblatt. Jan. 30, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
31,1898.) 184 

New Yorker staats-zeitung, Jan. 31, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
31. 1898.) 185 

Feb. 1, 1898. ( Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898) 186 

Feb. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898) 187 

Feb. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898) 188 

Feb. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898) 189 

Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898) 190 

New Yorker wochenblatt. Feb. 5. 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 
2, 1898.) 191 

Nick Carter weekly. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 
1898. ) 192 

North American review. Feb.. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 
1898.) 193 

Northeastern reporter. Jan. 28, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 
1898.) 194 

Northwestern reporter. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 

1898.) 195 

Official railway equipment register. Feb.. 1898. 
(Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 196 

Ohio legal news. Jan. 31, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898). 

197 

Open court. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898) .... 198 

Our animal friends. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898. ) 

199 

Our young people. Feb. 1. 1893. ( Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898. ) 

200 

Outlook. Feb. 5. 1893. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898) 201 

Pacific reporter. Jan. 27, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898.) 



New Y'ork times co., 
New 


York. 


Do. 








Do. 








Do. 








Do. 








Street & 


Smith, 


New 


York. 



New Y'orker staats-zeitung, 
New Y'ork. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Street & Smith, New Y'ork. 

North American reyiew 
pub. co., New Y'ork. 



West pub. co. 



St. Paul, Minn. 



Do. 



Railway equipment and 
pub. co., New York. 

Laning printing co., 

Norwalk. Ohio. 

Open court pub. co., 

Chicago, 

American society for the 
prevention of cruelty to 
animals, New York. 

Young people co.. 

Milwaukee. Wis. 

Outlook co., New York. 

West pub. co.. 

St. Paul. Minn. 



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Painting and decorating. Jan. 15, 1898. (Reo'd Feb. 
3,1898.)- 203 

Parisiennes (Les). 1898, no. 3. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 

204 

Pennsylvania county court reports. Jan. 29, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 205 

People's railway guide. Feb. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 

1898. ) 206 

Peterson magazine. Feb.. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 

207 

Philadelphia inquirer, Jan. 30, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 

1898.) 208 

Jan. 31, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898) 209 

Feb. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 1. 1898) 210 

Feb. 2, 1*98. (Rec'd Feb. 2. 1898) 211 

Feb. 3. 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898) 212 

Feb. 1. 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4. 1898) 213 

Feb. 5. 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5. 1898 ) 214 

Pigeon living. Feb.. 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898).. 215 

Pittsburg times. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898. ) 

216 

Jan. 31, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 1. 1898) 217 

Feb. 1,1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898) 218 

Feb. 2, 1898. ( Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898) 219 

Feb. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898) 220 

Feb.4,1898. (Rec'dFeb.5, 1898) 221 

Plan book. Feb.. 1898. ( Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898) 222 

Power. Feb.. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898) 223 

Preacher's magazine. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb 3 
1898.) 22! 

Primary education. Feb.. 1<VH. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 

22^ 

Puck. Feb. 9, 1898. ( Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898) 226 

Puck's library. March, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898). 227 

Raud-McNally central railway guide. Feb., 1898; 
(Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 22* 

Rand-McNally official railway guide. Feb., 1898. 
(Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 229 

Rand-McNally western railway guide. Feb., 1898. 
(Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 230 

Real estate exchange. Jan., 189*. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 

231 

Rider and driver. Feb. 5. 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 1,1*9*.) 

232 

Russell's convention dates. Jan. 29, L898. (Rec'd JaD 

31, 1*9*. ) 233 



Trade news pub. co., 

New York. 

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New York. 

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Philadelphia. 

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Peterson co., New York. 

Philadelphia inquirer co., 
Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Chas. H. Jones, 

Philadelphia. 

Pittsburg times, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
A. Flanagan, Chicago. 

Power pub. co., New York. 

Wilbur lb Ketcham, 

New York. 

Educational pub. co., 

Boston. 

Keppler & Schwarzmann, 
New York. 

Do. 

American r'y guide CO., 

Chicago, 

Do. 
Do. 

C.W. Krathwobl, 

Springport, .Mich. 

Rider and driver pub. co., 

New York. 

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Newark, N.J. 



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Titles. Copyright Proprietors. 



St. Louis republic. Jau. 30. 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898.) Geo. Knapp pub. co., 

234 St. Louis, Mo. 

(Sunday magazine.) Jau. 30. 1898. (Rec'd Feb. Do. 

1,1898.) 235 

Sanitarian. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898) 236 Met. job print, New York. 

Saturday evening post. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4, Curtis pub. co.. 
1898.) 237 Philadelphia. 

Saturday night. Feb. 19, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) James Elverson, 

238 Philadelphia. 

Feb. 25. 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898) 239 Do. 

School and home. Feb. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2.1898.) Win. L. Thomas. 

240 St. Louis. Mo. 

School news. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898). . 241 C.M.Parker, 

Taylorville, 111. 

School review. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898).. 242 University of Chicago press, 

Chicago. 

Scientific American. Feb. 5. 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898. ) Munn & co. , New York. 

243 

Scroll. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898) 244 Authors and writers* union, 

Chicago. 

Southern reporter. Jan. 26, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, West pub. co., 

1898.) 245 St. Paul, Minn. 

Standard. Feb. 12, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898). .. 246 Standard press, 

New York. 

State's duty. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898)... 247 W. H. Moore, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Stenographer. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898). . 248 Stenographer printing and 

pub. co., Philadelphia. 

Street railway journal. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4, Street railway pub. co., 
1898.) 249 New York. 

Student's journal. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) Andrew J. Graham & Co., 

250 New York. 

Success with flowers. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4, Din«'ee & Conard co., 
1898.) 251 Westgrove, Pa. 

Sun, Jan 30, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898) 252 Sun printing and pub. ass'n, 

New York. 

Jan. 31, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898) ,. 253 Do. 

Feb. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898) 254 Do. 

Feb. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898) 255 Do. 

Feb. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898) 256 Do. 

Feb. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898) 257 Do. 

Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898) 258 Do. 

Sunday magazine. Jan. 30, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, Ervin Wardman. 

1898.) 259 New York. 

Sunday school times. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, John D. Wattles & co., 
1898.) 260 Philadelphia. 

Superintendent and foreman. Feb. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Joseph Yan Ness. Boston. 
Jan. 31, 1898.) 261 

Supreme court reporter. Jan. 24, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. West pub. co., 

31,1898.) 262 St. Paul, Minn. 



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Titles. 



Svenska amerikanska postern. Feb. 1, 1898. (Rec'd 
Feb. 4, 1898.) 263 

Temple. Jan., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898). ...... 264 

Tip top weekly. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 

265 

Tobacco. Jan 28, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898) .... 266 

Toilettes. Mar., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898) 267 

Town talk. Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898) .... 268 

Town topics. Feb. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898). . 269 

Trained motherhood. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 

270 

Travelers' official railway guide. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd 
Feb. 5, 1898.) 271 

Travelers' ready reference Appleton's guide. Feb., 
1898. (Rec'd Feb. 6, 1898.) 272 

Treasury of religious thought. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd 
Feb. 4, 1898.) 273 

Truth. Feb. 9, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898) 274 

United States investor. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 
1898.) 275 

United States treasury counterfeit detector. Feb., 
1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 276 

Vanity fair. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898) .... 277 

Viavi cause. Jan. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898) . . 278 

Vogue. Feb. 3, 1898. ( Kec'd Feb. 3, 1898) 279 

Western electrician. Jan. 29, 189*. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 
1898.) 280 

Wooden and willow ware trade review. Jan. 27, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 281 

Wool record. Feb. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898) . . 282 

Word and works quarterly echoes. Feb., 1898. (Rec'd 
Feb. 2, 189*. ) 283 

World, Jan. 31, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898) 284 

Feb. 1, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898) ...- 285 

Feb. 2, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898) 286 

Feb. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898) 287 

Feb. 4, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898) 288 

Feb. 5, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 189X) ; . . . 289 

World (comic weekly). Jan. 30, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 

1898.) 290 

World (Sunday). Jan. 30, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 31,1898.) 

291 

World (woman's), Jan. 30, 1*9*. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 

292 



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S. J. Turnblad, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Temple press, 

Denver, Colo. 

Street & Smith, 

New York. 

T. H. Delano pub. co., 

New York. 

Toilettes pub. co., NewYork. 

Burke & Beyer, 

Newark, N. J. 

Town topics pub. co., 

New York. 

Motherhood co., New York. 



National railway pub. co., 
New York. 

Knickerbocker guide co., 

New York. 

E.B. Treat & co., 

New York. 

Truth co., New York. 

Investor pub. co., Boston. 

Dickerman & Holler, 

New York. 

Blakely Hall, New York. 

H. & H. E. Law, 

San Francisco, Cal. 

Fashion co., New York. 
Electrical pub co., Chicago. 

Charles H. Delano, 

New York. 

Wool record pub co., 

New York. 
Word and works pub co., 
St. Louis, Mo. 

Press pub co., New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Word and works pub. co., 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Do. 
Do. 



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Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



World's Sunday magazine. Jan. 30. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. Press pub co., New York. 
31, 1898. ) 293 

Youth's companion. Feb. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) Perrv Mason & co., Boston. 

294 



IV. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COL- 
LECTIONS OF MUSIC. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Alleluia! now is Christ risen. Anthem for Easter. Norello, Ewer & co., 



k 



Bv Thomas Adams. London, Xorello, Ewer & co. 
(1898, no. 8494. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898. ) 1 

Als ich noch ein junger bursch. Lied no. 12, u Der 
hochstapler."' Operette in drei akten. Yon Arnold 
Hauseler und Max Muller. Musik von Gnstav Merer. 
Leipzig, Aug. Cranz. (1898, no. 9522. Rec'd Feb. 4, 
1898.) 2 

Altgermanischer siegesgesang. (Ernst von Possart.) 
Fiir miinnerchor. Komponiert von Theodor Pod- 
bertskv. on. 100. [n. i.] (1898. no. 9182. Rec*d 
Feb. 2, 1898.) 3 

Am spinnrocken. (At the spinning-wheel.) Morceau 
caracteristique. Pour piano. Par Ludwig Mendels- 
sohn, op. 47. Wiesbaden, A. Aletter's musikverlag. 
(1898, no. 9538. Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898. ) 4 j 

Amertume. Poesie de D. Enoch. Musique de C. 
Chaminade. no. 2. Baritone on mezzo-soprano. 
(T on original.) Paris, Enoch & cie. (1898, no, 9695. 
Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 5 

Amherst villa. March and two-step. By Henry J. 
Lantz. [For niano.] Svracuse, N. Y., Geo. Walt. 
Fleming. (1897, no. 61869. Rec'd Jan. 7 
Feb. 8, 1898.) 

Annie Donald. Song. Words by F. E. 
Music by Frederick Beran. London W 
co. (1898, no. 9330. Rec'd Feb. 3. 1898.) 

April showers. Polka. For pianoforte. 

Krogmann. Boston, White-Smith music pub. co. 
(1898, no. 9071. Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898.) 8 

Aragonaise. From "Le Cid." By J. Massenet. Ar- 
ranged by D. Wormser for the "zither. New York, 
F. A. Mills. (1898,no.9297. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 9 

Around the maypole. Composed by Charles Dennee. 
op. 28. no. 5. Designed for second-grade pupils. 
[Children's delight.] Piano. Boston, Arthur P. 
Schmidt. (1898, no. 9661. Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) 10 

Awake, thou that sleepest. Easter anthem for men's 
voices. Br F. C. Maker. Arranged bv George B. 
Nevin, [n. i.] (1898. no. 9457. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 

11 

Bal costume. Toreador et Andalouse. By Rubin- 
stein. .Eolian grand, no. 10357. [Music chart.] 
[n.i.] (1897,no.63530. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 12 



and 1 copr 
6 

Weatherly. 

,, Boosey & 

7 

By C. W. 



Aug. 



London, England. 

Cranz, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



C. F. W. Siegel's niusika- 
lienhandlung (R. Liune- 
mann), 

Leipzig. Germany. 

B. F. Wood music co., 

Boston. 



Enoch & cie. 



Paris, France, 



Geo. Walt. Fleming, 

Srracuse. N. Y. 



Booser & co.. Xew York. 



White-Smith music pub. co., 
Boston. 



F.A.Mills, 



Xew York. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



J. Herbert Chase (sup't), 

Meriden, Conn, 



330 

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Titles. 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Ballet music from Faust. Suite 2. By Gounod. Ar- 
ranged by T. H. Eolliuson lor military "baud. [n. i.] 
(1898. uo. 9488. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898. ) 13 

Beautiful (The) laud of dreams. Song in F, by A. 
Gertrude Clark. Boston, B. F. Wood music co. 



1898. no. 9817. Kec'd Feb. 5. 1898.) 



14 



Benedictus in F. Soprano solo and chorus. By P. A. 
Schnecker, [n. i.] (1898, no. 9506. Rec'd Feb. 3. 
1898.) 15 

Berceuse. For yiolin and piano. By D. M. Levett. 
op. 21. Boston. Oliver Ditson co. (1898, no. 9467. 



16 

Music by J. 
(1898,110.10731. 

17 



Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 

Beware. Chorus for men's voices 
Brahms. Ne^v York. G. Schirmer. 
Rec'd Jan. 31. 1898.) 

Blue Danube waltz. (Arrangement B.) By Strauss. 
JEolian grand, no. 20244. "[Music chart] [n. i.] 
(1897. no. 69116. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1- 18 

Blumeu und liebe. Walzer, nach motiven der operette 
"Die Pariserin." Von Franz von Suppe. Fiir cla- 
vier a 2 nis. Leipzig, Josef Weinberger. (1898, no. 
9531. Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898. 19 

Bowery (The) after dark. Words by John F. Wilson. 
Music by By rd Dougherty. (Arranged by) Joseph 
Clauder. Milwaukee, Wis.. Charles K. Harris. 
(1897, no. 62908. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1 8! 20 

Bride-elect (The). The new comic opera. Written 
and composed by John Philip Sousa. Selections.' 
piano. Cincinnati, John Church co. (1898, no. 9449. 
Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 21 

Waltzes for piano. Cincinnati. Ohio. John Church 

co. (1898, no. 9450. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 22 

Bride-elect (The) march. By John Philip Sousa. For 
zither solo. Cincinnati, Ohio. John Church co. i 1898, 
uo.9448. Rec'd Feb. 3, L898.) 23 

Cincinnati. < >hio, John Church 
Kec'd Feb. 3, 18 21 

Brother Gardener's cake walk. Orchestra. Joseph 
Chicago, Lyon & llealy. (1898, no. 8955. 



— For zither duct. 
co. (1898, no. 9451. 



(.care; 

Rec'd Jan. 31, U 

Two-step. 15v Joseph Gearen. Chicago, Lyon & 

llealy. (1898,no.8954. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 26 

Brown Adam. Song. Written by F. E. Weatherly. 
Composed by Lionel Elliott. London. Joseph Will- 
iams. (1898,no.9687. Rec'd Feb. 5, 18 27 

*Burial (The) of Dundee. A choral ballad for men. 
Words by W. E. Aytoun. .Music by E. T. Sweeting. 
London, Weekes & co. (1898, no. 6*688. Kec'd Jan. 

lit, l- 28 

* By the brooksido. For pianoforte. By Ge"nari Kar- 
gsinoft". op. 27. Edited by F. Meyer. Boston, Arthur 
P. Schmidt. I 1898, no. II. 1 copy rec'd Jan. 3 and 1 
copy Feb. 14, i- 29 

By the silent ways. Sou-. Written by Henry Hyatt. 
( Composed by Charles K en n high am. London. Joseph 
Williams. (1898, no. 9686. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 30 



Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

B. F. Wood music co. 

Boston. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Do. 
G. Schirmer. New York. 



J. Herbert Chase (snp't), 

Meriden, Conn. 

Josef Weinberger, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Charles K. Harris. 

Milwaukee. Wis. 



John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Lyon & llealy, Chicago, 

Do. 

Joseph Willian 

London. England. 

Weekes & co., 

London. England, 



Arthur P. Schmidt. 



Foseph Williams, 



Boston. 



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Copyright Proprietors. 



By the thorny way of sorrow. Easter anthem. For 
solos and mixed* chorus. By P. A. Schnecker. Bos- 
ton. Oliver Ditson co. (1898, no. 9495. Rec'd Feb. 
3,1898.) 31 

By thy side. A love song. Composed by Joseph New- 
man.. Denver, Colo.. Joseph Newman. (1898, no. 
11735. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 32 

Captain Cutlass. March and two-step. By James A. 
Battis. [For piano.] Salem. Muss., Roger S. Brown. 
(1898. no. 9051. Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898.) 33 

Carnival dances. Caprice-schottische. Composed by 
Samuel S. Arousou. op. 58. [For piano.] New 
York. Wm. A. Pond & co. (1898. no. 9139. Rec'd 
Feb. 3, 1898.) 34 

Castanet dance. Composed by Charles Dennee. op. 
28. no. 7. Designed for second-grade pupils. [Chil- 
dren's delight.] Piano. Boston, Arthur P. Schmidt. 

. (1898. no. 9659. Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) 35 

Catalina. Spanish waltzes. For the piano. By H. 
Chitraro. New York, Wm. A. Pond & co. (1898, 
no. 8957. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 36 

Charming Marie. (Miidchenlust.) Song. no. 1 in B 
flat. German words by Otto Banck. English words 
bv R. H. Elkin. Music by A. L. New York. Boose v 
&co. (1898, no. 9029. Rec'd Feb. 1. 1898.) 37 

no 2 in C. German words by Otto Banck. Eng- 
lish words by R. H. Elkin. Music bv A. L. New 
York, Boosey & co. (1898. no. 9021. Rec'd Feb. 1, 

1898.) - 38 

no. 3 in D. German words by Otto Banck. Eng- 
lish words bv R. H. Elkin. Music bv A. L. New 
York. Boosey & co. (1898. no. 9025. 'Rec'd Feb. 1, 
1898. 39 

Chase of the butterfly. Composed by Charles Dennee. 
op. 28. no 4. Designed for second-grade pupils. 
[Children's delight.] Piano. Boston, Arthur P. 
Schmidt. (1898, no. 9662. Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) 40 

Christian science hymnal. A selection of spiritual 
songs. 8°. Boston, Christian science pub. eo., 1898. 
(1898.no.l5i72. Rec'd Jan. 28, 1898.) 41 

Columbine minuet. Composed by Charles Dennee. 
op. 28. no. 6. Designed for second grade pupils. 
[Children's delight.] Piano Boston. Arthur P. 
Schmidt, j 1898. no. 9650. Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898. ) 12 

"Column right.'' March. By W. H. Thomas. [For 
band.] Boston. Oliver Ditson co. (1898, no. ±m$. 
Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 43 

Come, let's be merry. Old English melody. Arranged 
by H. Lane Wilson. [Vocal.] London. W., Boosey 
& co. (1898, no. 9329. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1838. ) 44 

Come, ye faithful. Faster anthem. For solos and 
• horns. Bv Wm. Arms Fisher, [n. i.] (1898, no. 

H172. Rec'd Feb. 3. 1898.) 45 

" Crack erjack.'' March. By Bert. C. Billings. Ar- 
ranged for orchestra bv F. H. Cosey. Cleveland, 
Ohio. Henry E. McMilliu. 
Jan. 31, 18980 



Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



Joseph Newman, 

Denver, Colo. 



Roger S. Brown, 

Salem, Mass. 

Wm. A. Pond & co., 

New York. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



Wm. A. Pond & co., 

New York. 



Enoch & sons, 

London, England. 



Do. 



Do. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



Christian science board of 
directors, Boston. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, 



Boston. 



(189s. no. 8758. Rec'd 
16 



Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



Boosey & co., 

London, W., England. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



Henry E. McMillin, 

Cleveland. Ohio. 



332 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles. 



Crepuscule. Romance sans paroles. Pour piano. Par 
Paul Wachs. Paris, Enoch & cie. (1898, no. 9696. 
Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 47 

Crocodile (The), no. 1. Song from Alice in wonder- 
land. By Edith Rowena Noves. op. 56. Boston, 
B. F. Wood music co. (1898, no. 9815. Rec'd Feb. 5, 

1898.) 48 

Cumberland '61. March and two-step. Geo. J. Trink- 
aus. New York, M. Witmark & sons. (1898, no. 
8142. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 49 

Dame Durdeu. Song. Words anonymous. Music bv 
J. M. Capel. London, W.. Chappell & co., ltd. (1898~, 
no. 9704. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 50 

Dance of the sylphs. Slow waltz from " sylvan suite." 
Bv Howard Brockway. op. 19, no. 4. New York, G. 
Schirmer. (1898, no. 8992. Ree'd Jan. 31, 189c!.) 51 

Das ist mir lieb. (Psalm 116.) Fur vierstimmigen 
chor acappella. Compouirt von Carl Piutti. op. 30, 
no. 1. Leipzig, J. Rieter-Biedermann. (1898, no. 
9171. Rec'd Feb. 2, 18i:8.) 52 

Dat coon tipped up against de wall. Words and music 
bv Max Sheldon. Minneapolis, Minn., Metropolitan 
music co. (1897, no. 69548. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 53 

Days (The) of long ago. (Les vieux) temps parier.) 
Intermezzo for orchestra by Charles Beusley. Lon- 
don, Hawkes & son. (1898,no.8762. Rec'd Jan. 31, 
1898.) 54 

Dere'll be trouble when I meet dat coon. Words and 
music by C. E. Wilkinson. Indianapolis. Ind., C. E. 
Wilkinson. (1897, no. 63035. Rec'd Feb.' 4, 1898.) 55 

Devil's (The) bride March. By Hoffman. .Eolian 
grand, no. 20242. [Music chart,] [n.i.] (1897, no. 
63525. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 56 

Draw that color line. Words and music by Ben Har- 
ney, [n.i.] (1898, no. 9320. Rec'd Feb. 2. 1898.) 57 

Dream (A). (Tod ist wie die dunlde nacht.) Medium 
voice in F. Words by H. Heine. Music by Paul 
Ambrose, op. 12, no. 3. Boston, Oliver Ditson co. 
(1898, no. 9487. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 58 

Dream of hope. Romanze. For pianoforte by C. W. 
KrogDiann. Bosron. White-Smith music pub. co. 
(1898, no. 9827. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1S9S.) 59 

Dream of me. Serenade, no. 1 in C. Words by Ed- 
ward Oxenford. Music by Arthur Howard Bonser. 
London, Robert Cocks & co. (1898, no. 9689. Rec'd 
Feb. 5, 1898.) 60 

no. 2 iu E flat (original key). Words by Edward 

Oxenford. Music by Arthur Howard Bonser. Lon- 
don, Robert Cocks & co. (1898, no. 9690. Rec'd Feb. 
5,1898.) 61 

no. 3, in P. Words by Edward Oxenford. Music 

by Arthur Howard Bonser. London, Robert Cocks 
A co. (1898, no. 9691. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1838.) 62 

Easter (The) dawn. Alto or baritone and tenor solos 
;ii)d (horns, for mixed voices. Words bv Win. T. 
Vidal. Music by Louis R. Dressier, [n.i.] (1K9K, 
no. 9469. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1X98.) 63 



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Easter joy bells, no. 5. Carol. Words by B. 11. 
Wiusl'ow. Music bv C. H. G., [n. i.J (1898, no. 
8721. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 64 

Easter morn. By Carl C. Miiller. [Attractive teach- 
ing pieces carefully fingered for piano.] Boston, 
Oliver Ditson co. (1898, no. 94787 Rec'd Feb. 3, 

1898.) 65 

Easter-tide. Victory, no. 1. Carol. Words by B. 
H. Winslow. Music by Cbas. H. Gabriel, [n. i.] 
(1898, no. 8719. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 66 

Eavesdropping. Quartet, for men's voices. By F. 
Brueschweiler. op. 20, no. 2, [n. i.] (1898, no. 9484. 
Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 67 

Escort. Chorus, for men's voices. Music by J. Brahms. 
New York, G. Schirmer. (1898, no. 10729. Rec'd 
Jan. 31, 1898.) 68 

Etude, op. 22, no. 4. By Wollenhaupt. ^Eolian 
grand, no. 10372, [n. i.] [Musical chart.] (1898, 
no. 4274. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898. ) 69 

Fahrende (Der) scolar. (Dr. Fr. Rohrer.) Komposi- 
tionen fiir miinnerchor. Von GustavBaldamus. op. 
no. 2. Leipzig, C. F. W. Siegel's musik-alien- 



handlung. (R. Linnemaun.) 
Feb. 2, 1898.) 



(1898, no. 9186. Rec'd 
70 



Far or near. Waltz song. By Joe Newman. [Vocal.] 
Denver, Colo., Joseph Newman. (1898, no. 11736. 
Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 71 

Fiunigan cadets' two-step. By W. A. Krell. [For 
piano.] Chicago, S. Brainard s sons co. (1898, no. 
9085. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 72 

First whisper of love. (Band.) By C. deJanon. Ar- 
ranged by L. P. Laurendeau. New York, Carl 
Fischer. "(1898, no. 8702. Rec'd Jan. 29, 1898.) 73 

Fondly think of me. Ballad. Poem by Nora A. 
Piper. Music by John Quinn, [n.i.] (1898, no. 
5859. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 74 

Forget and forgive. Ballad. Words by Adam Craig. 
Music bv John Quinn, [n.i.] (1898, no. 5858. Rec'd 
Feb. 2, 1898.) 75 

Give to the winds thy fears. Anthem. Words by Paul 
Gerhardt. Music by E. S. Lorenz. [Mixed voices.] 
[n.i.] (1898,no.8985. Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) 76 

Gloria in excelsis, in E. For mixed quartet or chorus. 
Bv John C. Warren. Boston, Oliver Ditson co. ( 1898, 
no. 9485. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898. ) 77 

Gloria patri. For mixed quartet or chorus. By John 

C. Warren. Boston, Oliver Ditson co. (1898. no. 

, 9491. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 78 

Golden bright on hill and valley. An Easter carol for 
mixed quartet. Words by Florence Hoare. Music 
by Myles B. Foster. London, Weekes &eo. (1898, 
no. 9518. Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) 79 I 

Golden eagle. (Overture.) By R. W.Hall. Arranged 
for orchestra bv F. H. Losev. Cleveland, Ohio, 
McMillan (H. E.). (1898, no. 8838. Rec'd Jan. 31, 

1898.) 80 



Chas. H. Gabriel, 

Chicago. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Chas. H. Gabriel, 

Chicago. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
G. Schirmer, New York. 



J. Herbert Chase (supt.), 

Meriden, Conn. 



C. F. W. Siegel's musik- 
alienhandlung. (R. Lin- 
nemann), 

Leipzig, Germany. 

Joseph Newman, 

Denver, Colo. 

S. Brainard's sons co., 

Chicago. 

Carl Fischer, New York. 



John Quinn, 



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Chicago. 



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Cleveland, Ohio. 



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Good-bye, dear Eva; I've got the gold fever. Music 
bv N. J. Sprint?. [Vocal".] [n. i.] (1898, no. 9138. 
Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 81 

Good cheer. By Emil Otto. [Attractive teaching 
pieces carefully lingered for piano.] Boston, Oliver 
Ditson <-o. (1898, no. 9179. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 82 

Great joy. Easter anthem. For soprano, alto, tenor, 
and bass. Bv H. P. Banks, [n. i.] (1898, no. 9473. 
Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 83 

Gridiron (The) march and two-step. By Arthur Pryor. 
Piano solo. St. Joseph, Mo., Brokaw music pub. co. 
(1898, no. 10168. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898. ) 81 

Hail. Easter morn. Easter song with violin obligate 
Words by Ida Scott Taylor. Music by Eduardo 
Marzo. op. 67. High voice. Cincinnati. John 
Church co. (1898, no. 9453. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 85 

Hail the risen Savior, no. 13. Carol. Words bv Ida 
Scott Taylor. Music by C. H. G., [n. i.] (1898, no. 
8718. Rec'd Feb. 3. 1898.) 86 

Happy thoughts. (Mazurka.) Composed by Charles 
Donnee. op. 28, no. 3. Designed for second-grade 
pupils. [Children's delight.] Piano. Boston, Ar- 
thur P. Schmidt. ( 1898, no. 9663. Rec'd Feb. 4, 1S98. ) 

NT 

Have von heard the wondrous story? Faster carol. 
By P. A. Schnecker, [n. i.] (1898, no. 9498. Rec'd 
Feb. 3, 18 88 

He lives; hallelujah. Words by Charlotte G. Homer. 
Music by (has. II. Gabriel, [n. i.] (1898, no. 871T. 
Rec'd Fel). 3. ISPS.) S9 



National 

CO., 



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Xew York. 



Words by Ida M. 

I IS! is, no. 8724. 
90 



He liveth again, no. 22. Carol. 
Budd. Music by G. H. G., [n. i.] 

Rec'd Feb.:;. 1S!»S.) 

Heart's (The) welcome. In hey of A flat. Words 
anonymous. Music by Xoel Johnson. London, W., 
.). B. Cramer & co., Ltd. (1898, no. 9031. Rec'd Feb. 
1,189 91 

In hey of F. Words anonymous. Music by Noel 

Johnson. London. W.. J. B. Cramer & co., ltd. (1898, 
no. 9033. Rec'd Feb. 1,1898.) 92 

Hero (The) of the North. (Le hero) du Nord). (For 
orchestra.) by GustavHowig. London, Ha wkes & 
son. (1898, no. 8763. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 93 

Heroes of England. Soug. Written and composed by 
Herbert Cole. London. Francis, Day & Hunter. 

(1898, no. 9990. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 91 

* 

How dear to me the hour. Song. Words by Thomas 

Moore. Music by James C. McCabe. Cincinnati. 

John Church co. (1898, no. 9452. Rec'd Felt. 3, 

1898.) 95 

Hudson (The) march and two-step. By II. L. Black- 
ford. [For piano.] Pittsburg, Fa., Basler's music 
house. (1898, no. 9224. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898. ) 90 

Hummelchen (Das). Heiteres liedchen gedichtet von 
Heinrich Seidel. Musik von Max Pohl. 1 loch . 
Wiesbaden, A. Alettei's musikverlag. (1898, no. 
9529. Rec'd Feb. 1. 1898.) 97 



Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



Do. 



Chas. O. Brokaw, 

St. Joseph, Mo. 

John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 



Do. 



J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 

London, W., England. 



J. B. Cramer A: CO., ltd., 

London, W., England, 



Hawkes & son, Loudon 



Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London, England. 

John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



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Tittsburg, Pa. 

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Hush! now don't you wake him 



A lullaby. Com 
posed by Joe Newman. [Vocal.] Denver, Colo.. 
Joseph Newman. (1898, no. 11737. Rec'd Feb. 2, 
1898. ) 98 

I will praise Thee. Anthem. Bv J. H. Rosecrans. 

[Mixed voices.] [n. i.] ( 1898, no. 8984. Rec'd Feb. 
4. 1898.) 99 

Ich danke dir uuendlich viel. Lied mit begleitung 
des pianoforte. Text von Joh. Friedemann. Musik 
von Willi. Aletter. Wiesbaden, A. Aletter's luusik- 
verlag. (1898. no. 9525. Rec'd Feb. 4. 1898.) 100 

If we should meet again. Words by A. L. Jaussou. 
Music by Geo. H. Finzel. Chicago. S. Brainard's 
sons co. (1898 ? no.9087. Rec'd Jan. 20, 1898.) 101 

I'm a-going to stop outside. Written and composed 
bv A. J. Mills and Frank W. Carter. London. Fran- 
cis. Dav & Hunter. (1898. no. 9991. Rec'd Feb. 5, 

1898.) 102 

I'm not feeling well. Comic song. Words aud music 
bv Joe Newman. Denver, Colo., Joseph Newman. 
(1898, no. 11738. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 103 

In olden times. (Gavotte.) By G. O. Hornberger. op. 
49. Boston, Oliver Ditson co. [Attractive teach- 
ing pieces carefully lingered for piano.] (1898, no. 
9481. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 104 

Intermezzo a la gavotte. Pour pianoforte. Par Lud- 
wig Mendelssohn, op. 52. Wiesbaden. A. Aletter's 
musikverlag. (1898, no. 9523. Rec'd Feb. 4. 1898.) 

105 

Intermezzo from L'Arlesienne. By Georges Bizet. Ar- 
ranged bv I). Wormser for the zither. New York. F. 
A. Mills. ' ( 1898, no. 9296. Rec'd Feb. 2. 1898. ) 106 

Isle (The) of love. Words by Alfred Bryan. Music 
bv Adolph Roaenbecker. Chicago, Lyon & Healv. 
(1898, no. 8952. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) - 107 

It was a lover and his lass. Words by Wm. Shak- 
speare. Music by Paul Ambrose, op. 13, no. 1. For 
mixed quartet, [n.i.] (18S8, no. 9486. Rec'd Feb. 
3,1898.) 108 

It's nothing to do with you. Song. Written by Carl 
Howard and Arthur Sturgess. Composed by George 
Everard. London. Francis, Day & Hunter. (1898. 
no. 9989. Rec'd Feb. 5. 1898.) 109 

I've got her wooden leg. Song. Written aud com- 
posed bv Harry Castling. London. Francis. Dav & 
Hunter. (1898, no. 9986. Rec'd Feb. 5. 1898.) "110 

Jaiuhzet dem Herrn, alle welt. (Psalm 100.) Fur 
vierstimmigen chor a cappella. Componirt von Carl 

■ Piutti. op. 30. no. 2. Leipzig. J. Rieter-Bieder- 
mann. (1898, no. 9170. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) Ill 

Jesus arose, no. 7. Life from death, no. 8. Carol. 
Words bv B. H. Winslow. Music bv Charles H. 
Gabriel, [n.i.] (1898, no. 8720. Rec'd' Feb. 3, 1898.) 

112 

Jesus lives. no. 14. Solo, response, and chorus. 
Words bv Charlotte G. Homer. Music bv H. A. H., 
[n.i.] (1898, no. 8716. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 113 



Joseph Newman, 

Denver, Colo. 



E. S. Lorenz, 

Dayton, Ohio. 

B. F. Wood music co., 

Boston. 



S. Brainard's sons co., 

Chicago. 



Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London, England. 



Joseph Newman, 

Denver, Colo. 



Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



B. F. Wood music co., 

Boston. 



F. A. Mills, New York. 



Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 



Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London, England. 



Do. 



J. Rieter-Biedermann, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Charles H. Gabriel, 



Chicago. 



Do. 



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Jesus lives. For chorus and solo. By Bruno Oscar 
Klein, op. 57, no. 4, [n. L] (1898, no. 9476. Rec'd 
Feb. 3,1898.) 114 

Jesus loves me. no. 11. Solo. Words by C. H. G. 
Music by Charles H. Gabriel, [n. i.] (1898. no. 8722. 
Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 115 

*Joy comes with the morning. Words and music by 
Grant Colfax Tullar. Unison solo for ladies' voices 
to refrain, [n. i. J (1898. no. 8379. Rec'd Jan. 9, 1898.) 

116 

Jubilate Deo. no. 5, in F. For mixed quartet. By 
Albert J. Holden, [n. i.] (1898. no. 9500. Rec'dFeb. 
3,1898.) 117 

For mixed quartet or chorus. By John C. Warren. 

Boston, Oliver Ditson co. (1898,' no. 9493. Rec'd 
Feb. 3, 1898.) 118 

In F. For inixel quartet, with soprano solo. By 

P. A. Schnecker, [n.i.] (1893. no. 9465. Rec'dFeb. 
3,1898.) 119 

Jubilee march. Composed by Henry Eugel. [For 
piano.] New York. Metropolitan music pub. co. 
(1893, no. 9229. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 120 

*Kappa-Docia march. By E. A. Crlppen. Arranged by 

A. L. Van Hoesen for piano. Syracuse. X. Y., Geo. 
Walt. Fleming. (1897, no. 61870. ' Rec'd Jan. 7, and 1 
copy Feb. 8, 1898.) 121 

King (The) of love. Anthem. Words by H. W. Baker. 
Music by L. 0. Emerson. [Mixed voices.] [n. i.J 
(1898. no. 8^)82. Rec'd Fob. 4. 1898.) 122 

Kirke. Musik-tragodie, in 1 vorspiel and 3 akten. 
By August Buiigert. Hoaierische welt. [n.i.] 
(1898, no. 9332. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) "" 123 

Knights and ladies. Waltz. For piano or cabinet 
organ. BvThos. G. Fudge. Brazil, Ind., A. F. Wall. 
(1893, no. x<K. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898. 121 

Kokomo march. (Two-step.) For orchestra. By O. 
R. Farrar. Philadelphia, Harry Coleman. (1898, 
no. 8 ill. Rec'd Jan. 31, L898. i 125 

Konigiu Luise. Gavotte fur pianoforte. Komponiert 

von Willi. Alctter. Wiesbaden, A. Aletter's niusik- 
verlag. ( 1898, no. 9527. Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898.) 126 

Kyrie eleison. in E. Mixed quartet or chorus. By 
John C. Warren. Boston. Oliver Ditson co. (1898, 
no. 91*9. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 127 

Last (The) parade. Song. iio. 1 in E flat. Words by 
Henry Vaughan, Music by Paul Rodney. New- 
York. Boosey & co. (1898, no. 9698. Rec'd Feb. 5, 
1898.) 128 

no. 2 in F. Words by Henry Vauijhau. Music 

by Paul Rodnev. New York, Boosey & co. (1898. 
no. 9099. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 129 

Let all volunteer. Chorus for men's voices. Music by 
J. Brahms. New York, G. Schirmer. (1898, no. 10733. 
Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 130 



Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



Charles H. Gabriel, 



Chicago. 



Tullar-Meredith co. 



Chicago. 



Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



Do. 



Do. 



Heinrich Bauer, New Y'ork. 



E. A. Crippen. 



E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, Ohio. 



August Bungert, 

Berlin, Germany. 



A. F. Wall. 



Brazil, Ind. 



Harry Coleman, 

Philadelphia. 

B. F. Wood music co., 

Boston. 



Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



Enoch tfc sons, 

London, England. 



Do. 



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Let in (lis little coon. Words and music by L. Briiin- 
inger Ellis. Stevens Point. Wis., Mrs. L. B. E. Wad- 
leigh. (1898. no. 9748. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 131 

Let vonr voices loud uplifting. Words \>y Geo. W. 
Duncklee. Music by G. A. Daggett, [n. i.] (1898, 
no. 9456. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 132 

Licbesbann (Der). (Aut. Aug. Naaff.) Fiir maimer? 
cbor. Von GustavBaldamus. op. 51, no. 1. Leipzig, 
C. F. W. Siegel's musikalienhandlung. (R. Linne- 
maun.) (1898, no. 9183. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 133 

Lift up your beads. Easter anthem, for mixed voices. 
Bv Albert J. Holden, [n. i.] (1898, no. 9497. Rec'd 
Feb. 3, 1898.) 134 

Like as the hart desireth. Sacred song. Words 1'rom 
Psalm xlii. Music by Frances Allitsen. With 
accompaniment for violoncello. Londou. W., Boosev 
&co. (1898, no. 9331. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 135 

Like his fatber. Song. Written and composed by 
Harry Wincott. London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 
(1898^ no. 9988. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898. ) 136 

Little babv bunny. (Darkey song. ) Words and music 
bv H. 1\ LeavitT. New York, F. A. Mills. (1898, no. 
9814. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 137 



Lo. a risen Lord we sing. 
R. M. O fiord. Music bv 
no. 9475. Rec'd Feb. 3, 



Mixed voices. Words by 
A. F. Loud. [n. L] (1898, 
1898.) 138 



Love is king. March. (Two-step.) For the piano. 
Bv F. N. Lnnes. Cincinnati, John Church co. (1898, 
no. 9454. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 139 

" Love thoughts." Waltz. By Arthur Pryor. Piano 
solo. St. Joseph, Mo., Brokaw music pub. co. (1898. 
no. 10469. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 140 

Love's desire. Words by Fred. M. Spotswood. Music 
bv Mrs. Carrie B.Adams. Lexington, Ky.. Fred. M. 
Spotswood. (1898, no. 8830. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 141 

Love's story told again. Waltz song and chorus. 
Words by John M. James. Music by H. C. Verner. 
Chicago, Thompson music co. (1898. no. 8951. Rec'd 
Feb. 1,1898.) 142 

Lucile. Waltz. By Arthur E. Godfrey. For orches- 
tra. Bv Herman Finck. London, Robert Cocks & co. 
(1898, iio. 9693. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898. ) 143 

Lyceum stock co. Two-step. By E. V. Cupero. For 
piano. Baltimore. Geo. Willig & co. (1898, no. 9073. 
Rec'd Feb. 1,1898.) 144 

Magnificat. By C. C. Stearns. For solos and chorus 
of mixed voices. Boston, White-Smith music pub. 
co. (1898, no. 9646. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 145 

Maithan. May-time dew. Vortragsstiick, fiir das 
pianoforte. Von Carl Heius. op. 238. Leipzig, 
Rob. Forberg. (1898, no. 9536. Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) 

146 

March of the Montgomery. (For piano.) By L. B. 
Vanderslice. Phuenixville, Pa., Chester county pub. 
co. (1898, no. 8829. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 147 

15747— Vol. 14, Ko. 5 3 



Mrs.L. B.E.Wadleigh, 

Stevens Point, Wis. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



C. F.W. Siegel's musikalien- 
handlung. (R.Linnemaun.) 
Leipzig, Germany. 

Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



Boosey & co., 

London, W., England. 



Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London, England. 



F.A.Mills, 



New York. 



Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Chas. 0. Brokaw, 

St. Joseph, Mo. 

Fred. M. Spotswood, 

Lexington, Ky. 



Thompson music co. 



Chicago. 



Robert Cocks & co., 

London, England. 



Geo. Willig & co., 

Baltimore. Md. 



White-Smith music pub.co. 
Boston. 



Rob. Forberg, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



L. B. Vanderslice. 



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Marclie Americaine. Pour piano. Louis Gaune. 
Paris, Enoch & cie. (1898, no. 9697. Rec'd Feb. 5, 

■ 1898.) 148 

Marching. Chorus for men's voices. Music by J. 
Brahms. New York, G. Schirmer. (1898, no. 10732. 
Kec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 119 

Matinee (The) girl. March and two-step. By John 
T. Hall. [For piano.] Minneapolis. Minn., John 
T. Hall music pub. co. (1898, no. 9232. Bec'd Feb. 
2,1898.) 150 

Menuett. Far violine and pianoforte. Componirt 
von Rudolph Niemann, op. 18. Leipzig, Fr. Kist- 
ner. (1898, no. 9189. Kec'd Feb. 2, 18l'8.) 151 

Mighty (The) victor. Easter service for Sunday 
schools. Philadelphia, Geibel & Lehman. [The 
Sunday school leader. Jan., 1898. v. 1, no. 2.] 
(1898, no. 8872. Kec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 152 

Miniature dauces. For the piano, no. 1. Waltz, op. 
82. Bv F.R.Webb. New York, G. Schirmer. (1898, 
no. 8993. Rec'd .Ian. 31, 1898.) 153 

no. 2. Polka, op. 82. Bv F.R.Webb. New York. 

G. Schirmer. (1898, no. 8991. Rec'd Jan. 31. 1898.) 

154 

no. 3. Mazurka, op. 82. Bv F. R. Webb. New 

York, G. Schirmer. (1898. no. 8995. Rec'd Jan. 31, 
1898.) 155 

no. 4. Schottische. By F. R. Webb. op. 82. New 

York, G. Schirmer. 1898, no. 8996. Rec'd Jan. 31, 
1898.) 156 

no. 5. Galop, op. 82. By F. R. Webb. New York, 

G. Schirmer. (1898, no. 8997. Rec'd .Jan. 31, 1898.) 

157 

no. 6. March, op. 82. Bv F. R. Webb. New York, 

G. Schirmer. (1898, no. 8998. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 

158 

Minuet. By Carl G. Miiller. [Attractive teaching 
pieces carefully fingered for piano.] Boston, Oliver 
Ditsonco. (1898, no. 9180. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 159 

Mohnbliimchen. (Yictor IHiithgen.) Kompositionen 
fiir mannerchor. von Gnstav Baldamns. op. 51. no. 
2. Leipzig, C. F. W. Siegel'a mnsikalienbnndlnng. 
<R. Linuemann.) (1898, no. 9184. Rec'd Feb. 2, 189^) 

160 ; 

Morning. Chorus for men's voices, with tenor obli- Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



Enoch & cie., 

Paris, France. 

G. Schirmer, New York. 



John T. Hall, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 



Fr. Kistner, 

Leipzig, Germany. 

Geibel & Lehman, 

Philadelphia. 



G. Schirmer, New York. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



C.F.W. Siegel'smnsikalien- 
handlung (R. Linne- 
mann), 

Leipzig, Germany. 



no. 3, 



gato. Bv F. Brneschweiler. op. 20. 
(1898, no.' 9505. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898. ) 

Morning promenade. By Carl C. Miiller. 
teaching pieces, carefully fingered 
Boston, Oliver Ditson co.* (1898, no. 
Feb. 3, 1898. ) 

Mother at the gate. Ballad. Composed by Joe. New- 
[ Vocal.] Denver, Colo., Joseph Newman. 



[n. L] 
161 

[Attractive 

for piano.] 

9477. Rec'd 

162 



<1898, no. 11739. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 



163 



Mother (A) is watching for you. Words by Raymond 
A. Browne. Composed by Monroe H. Rosen f eld, 
£n. i.] (1898, no. 9437. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898. ) 164 



Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



Joseph Newman, 

Denver, Colo. 



National music syndical 
co., New Yorl 



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Mother's love. Words by Lillian Landon Waldron. 
Music by Joe. Newman. Denver, Colo., Joseph 
Newman. (1898, no. 11740. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 165 

My horn shall weight a willow bough. Chorus for 
men's voices. By J. Brahms. New York, G. Schir- 
mer. (1898, no. 10728. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 166 

My lovely mountain girl. Words by John T. Mullens. 
Music by Joe. Newman. Denver, Colo., Joseph 
Newman* (1898, no. 11741. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 167 

My old New Hampshire home. Words by Andrew B. 
Sterling. Music by H. Yau Tilzer. New York, 
Orphean music pub. co. (1898, no. 2927. Rec'd Jan. 
31,1898.) 168 

Nantasket two-step, for piano. By Henry T. Gilday. 
Boston, Oliver Ditson co. (1898, no. 9468. Eec'd 
Feb. 3, 1898.) 169 

'Neath the shadow of Thy wing. Sacred song for high 
voice. Words by Wm. H. Gardner. Music by P. A. 
Schnccker. Boston, White-Smith music co. (1898, 
no. 9068. Eec'd Feb. 1, 1898.) 170 

Neues kinderlieder album. Fiir eine mittlere sing- 
stimme und klavier leicht bearbeitet von W. Aletter. 
Erster band. Wiesbaden, A. Aletter's musikverlag. 
(1898, no. 9528. Eec'd Feb. 4, 1898. ) 171 

Nicene creed. For mixed quartet or chorus. By J. C. 
Warren. Boston, Oliver Ditson co. (1898, no. 9490. 
Eec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 172 



O joyous Easter morning. 
Sclmecker, [n.i.] (1898, 
1898.) 



Easter carol. By P. A. 

no. 9501. Eec'd Feb. 3, 

173 



Joseph Newman, 

Denver, Colo. 

G. Schirmer, New York. 



Joseph Newman, 

Denver, Colo. 

Orphean music pub. co., 

New York. 



Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 



B. F. Wood music co. 



Boston. 



Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



Do. 



O Salutaris (Sun of my soul). Sacred song for low j White-Smith 
voice. By C. C. Stearns. Boston, White-Smith co., 
music pub. co. (1898, no. 9069. Rec'd Feb. 1, 1898.) 

174 i 



music pub. 
Boston. 



Oh that I had wings. Anthem. Words and music by 
Mark M. Jones, [n. i.] (1897, no. 67945. Eec'd 
Dec. 6, 1897.) 175 

Old Ironsides. March. By C. W. Bennett. [For or- 
chestra.] Boston, Oliver Ditson co. (1898, no. 9502. 
Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 176 

On the silver lake. Song no. 1 in C. Words by 
Henry Yaughan. Music by Paul Rodney. New 
York, Boosey & co. (1898, no. 9703. Rec'd Feb. 5, 
1898.) 177 

no. 2 in E flat. Words by Henry Yaughan. 

Music by Paul Rodney. New York, Boosev &■ co. 
(1898, no. 9702. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898. ) 178 

Our own. Solo and chorus. Words by Margaret E. 
Sangster. Music by Chas. H. Gabriel, [n. i.] (1898, 
no. 8983. Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) 179 

Parody on "The Arkansas traveler." Episode humor- 
esque. For band. By Lovenberg. Boston, Oliver 
Ditson co. (1898, no. 9466. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 180 

Peace, gentle peace. Anthem. Words by Mary O. 
Page. Music by Rob't Schumann, [n. i.] (1897, no. 
67962. Rec'd Dec. 6, 1898.) 181 



Evangelical pub. co., 

Chicago. 



Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



Enoch & sons, 

London, England. 



Do. 



E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, Ohio. 



Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



Evangelical pub. co., 

Chicago. 



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Peacemaker (The) galop. [For orchestra.] By Theo. 
Bendin. Boston, Oliver Ditson co. (1898, no. 9503. 
Ree'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 182 

Penitent (The). For soprano or tenor solo and chorus. 
Words and music by Jules Jordan, [n. i.] (1*98, 
no. 9507. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 183 

Petit tarantelle. For pianoforte. By C. W. Krog- 
mann. Boston, White-Smith music pub. co. (1898, 
no. 9647. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 184 

Phantasiestiick. Fur violine und pianoforte. Com- 
ponist von Rudolph. Niemann, op. 46. Leipzig, 
Fr. Kistner. (1898, no. 9191. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898). 185 

Pilgrims (The). Song for soprano or tenor. Words 
by Adelaide A. Proctor. Music by Leslie F. Wat- 
son. Cincinnati, John Church co. (1898. no. 9455. 
Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 186 

Plain (The) speaker. (A hesitating ditty.) Written 
and composed bv Charles Osborne. London, Fran- 
cis. Day & Hunter. (1898, no. 9993. Rec'd Feb. 5, 
1898.) v 187 

Polonaise. (D dur. ) Fur pianoforte, Componist von 
Rudolph Niemann, op. 42. Leipzig, Fr. Kistner. 
(1898, no. 9187. Rec*d Feb. 2, L-98.) 188 

Postponed. Song. Written and composed by T. W. 
Connor. London, Francis, Day & Hunter. (1898, 
no. 9991. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) " 189 

Praise of German song. Chorus for men's voices. 
Music by Richard Miillcr. New York, G. Schirmer; 
Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898. 1 190 

Anthem. Bv J. H. Hall. [Mixed 
(1898, no. 8977. Rec'd Feb. 4, 

191 

ibine. op. 11, no. 1. lingered bv 

For piano.] [n. i.] (1898, no. 

192 



Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



(1898, no. 10730. 

Praise ye Jehovah. 
voices.] [n i.] 

is: is.) 

Prelude. By A. Stria 
Win. Arms Fisher. 
9459. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898. 

no. 13. Fingered bv Wm. Arms Fisher. [For 

piano.] [n.i.] (1898, no. 9471. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 

193 

Pretty (The) little scorcher. Words by Dave Reed. 

Music bv George Rosey, [n. i.] (1898, no. 9322. 

Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) 194 

Prosperity march. For piano. By Edward Louis 
Rueckheiin. op. 1. Chicago, F. W. Rueckheim & 
bro. (1898, no. 5648. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1S9S. ) 195 

Punch and Jndy. (Waltz.) Composed by Charles 
Denote, op. 28, no. 1. Designed for second-grade 
pupils. (For piano.) [Children's delight.] Bos- 
ton. -Arthur V. Schmidt. (1898, no. 9657. Rec'd Feb. 
4. IS! is., 196 

Qnartett. Fiir zwei violinen, viola, und violoncell. 
Aon Hermann Gradener. op. 33. Leipzig, Josef 
Weinberger. (1898, no. 9530. Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) 

197 

Queen of the ballet. A musical comedy. By R. A. 
Barnet. Music by Edward W. Corliss; with addi- 
tional numbers by Alfred Norman and others. Bos- 
ton, White-Smith music pub. co. (1898, no. 9305. 
Rec'd Feb, 1,1898.) 198 



Do. 



White-Smith music pub. co., 
Boston. 



Fr. Kistner, 

Leipzig, Germany. 

John Church co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London, England. 



Fr. Kistner, 

Leipzig, Germany. 

Francis, Dav & Hunter. 



G. Schirmer, NeAv York. 



E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, Ohio. 



Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



Do. 



G. M. Rosenberg, 

New York. 

Edward Louis Rueckheim, 
Chicago. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



Josef Weinberger, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



White-Smith music pub. co., 
Boston. 



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Words by Cy. 
Denver, Colo., 
Rec'd Feb. 2. 

202 



Romanze. Fiir violineund pianoforte. Yon Rudolph 
Nieman. op. 47. Leipzig. Fr. Kistner. (1898, no. 
9190. Rec'd 1 eb.2jl898.) ' 199 

Rose fairies. Yalse. For pianoforte. By.C. W. Krog- 

mann. Bostou. White-Smith music pub. eo. (1898, 
no. 9070. Rec'd Feb. 1,1898.) 200 

Rosie Claueey. Song and chorus. Words aud music 
by Arthur Gillespie. New York. M. Witmark 
*.V : sons. (1898, no. 9835. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 201 

Sad (The) sea. Ballad in key of F. 

Warman. Music by Joe. Newman. 

Joseph Newman. (1898, no. 11712. 

1898.) 
Sanctus. For mixed quartet or chorus. By John C. 

Warren. Boston. Oliver Ditson co. (1898, no. 9470. 

Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 203 

Sauselndes liiftchen. The whispering zephyr. Genre- 
stiick fiir das pianoforte. Componirt von Carlo 
Heius. op. 239. Leipzig, Fob. Ferberg. (1898, no. 
9537. Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898.) 204 

Say not that we must part forever. Words and music 
bv H. C. Yerner. Chicago. S. Brainard's sons co. 
(1898, no. 9086. Rec'd Jan. 20. 1898.) 205 

Scherzo. (G Moll).. Fiir pianoforte. Componirt von 
Rudolph Niemann, op. 37. Leipzig, Fr. Kistner. 
(1898,no.9188. Rec'd Feb. 2, 1898.) " 206 

She got on at Houston Song bv Andrew B. Sterling, 
[n.i.] (1898. no. 9813. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 2"7 

Silent (The) message. Song. no. 1 in F. Words by 
Henry Van gh an. Music by Paul Rodney. New York, 



Boosey & co. (1898, no. 9701. Rec'd Feb. 



5.1898.) 

208 
Music bv 

(1898. no. 
'209 



no. 2 in G. Words by Henry Yaughan. 

Paul Rodnev. New York, Boosev & co. 
9700. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898. ) 

" Silver crescent." March. By Bert L. Billings. Ar- 
ranged for band, bv Bert L. Billings. Cleveland, 
Ohio, H. E. McMillin. (1898, no. 8759. Rec'd Jan. 
31, 1898. ) 210 

Silver (The) lining. Song for soprano or tenor. 
Words by George D. Sutton. Music by Edward 
Broome. Key of G. Boston, Oliver Ditson co. 
(1898, no. 9461. Rec'd Feb. 3, 1898.) 211 

Song of the rivulet. For pianoforte. By C.W. Krog- 
mann. Boston. White-Smith music pub. co. (1898, 
no. 9828. Rec'd Feb. 5, 1898.) 212 

Spaniola (La) waltz. (Piano solo.) By Arthur Pryor. 

Brokaw music pub. co., St. Joseph, Mich. (1898, no. 

,8837. Rec'd Jan. 31, 1898.) 213 

Spanish beauties waltzes. Composed by Julius Lenz- 
berg. [For piano.] Baltimore, Geo. Willi g & co. 
(1898,no.9072. Rec'd Feb. 1, 189^.) 214 

Speedaway (The). Two-step. For piano. New York, 
Metropolitan music nub. co. (1898, no. 9231. Rec'd 
Feb. 2, 1898.) 215 

Spirit of air. Divertimento for the piano, bv Dor- 
sey AY. Hyde. Philadelphia, Hatch music co. * (1898, 
no. 9666. Rec'd Feb. 4, 1898. ) 216 



Copyright Proprietors. 



Fr. Kistner. . 

Leipzig, Germany. 



White-Smith music pub. co.. 
Boston. 



M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 



Joseph Newman, 

Denver, Colo. 



Oliver Ditson co.. Boston. 



Rob. Forberg, 

Leipzig. Germany. 



S. Brainard's sons co., 

Chicago. 

Fr. Kistner, 

Leipzig. Germany. 

F. A. Mills, New York. 



Enoch & sons, 

London. England. 



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